Wunder360 C1 is a 360-degree camera that lets you record video and take photos that show everything around the camera (up and down, right and left, front and back). It is an affordable camera aimed at people who don’t want to dive deep into 360 details, but just want to snap images, perhaps apply a special effect to the image and share it. We wanted to find out how the Wunder360 could assist us in travel photography.Read the story “360-degree camera for travel photography: a review of Wunder360 C1”
In a landmark case for travel industry, a person in Italy has been sentenced to prison for nine months for writing fake reviews of hotels. The entrepreneur marketed review writing services rather aggressively to Italian hotels. Some hotels alerted TripAdvisor, where the majority of fake reviews were published, already in 2015. The entrepreneur has to pay an 8000 euro fine as well.
It was on a road trip to southern France where I realized I should have filmed some of the spectacular sceneries along the route that went over and through the Alps. After that trip, I began testing different types of dash cams (small cameras that are attached to the car’s dashboard or windshield). To my own surprise, I finally settled for an old camera phone that got a new life as my dash cam, but this article features recommendations for ordinary types of dash cams as well.
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In reality, it is impossible to name the greatest hiking trail in the world, because every outdoors lover has his or her own favorite. In addition, what are the criteria to be nominated as the best hiking trail? Scenery, level of experience and fitness required, safety, frequent signposts, or services? Karen Berger decided to choose 80 routes around the world for her book The Great Hiking Trails of the World, and here, she picks the best ones from random categories.
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The City of Gothenburg is Sweden’s second largest city after the capital Stockholm, but Gothenburg is closer to Copenhagen, Denmark and Oslo, Norway than it is to Stockholm. Scandinavian city life mixed with international trends from Continental Europe is perhaps Gothenburg’s asset as far as city life goes.
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