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Talking about the technological revolution in travel is no longer hypothetical. The next twelve months will see continuous changes in the way people travel.
After years of delays, the long-awaited ‘Merge’ – the software upgrade to Ethereum, the most popular cryptocurrency platform – is finally complete, making the system much more energy efficient.
This year alone we’ve heard about outbreaks of the Hepatitis virus, Hand Foot and Mouth Disease, Monkeypox, Buruli ulcer, Langya and in the last few days, Tomato flu has also come to our attention. Greek Australian and Woman of the Year, Professor Vasso Apostolopoulos updates us on what we need to know.
Every year 25 million pieces of luggage are lost on average, out of the 4.3 billion items that are checked in. This year, lost luggage numbers are much higher. But where do suitcases that are never again to be reunited with their owners actually end up? Learn more about the stores that sell your stuff and the auctions that give away your belongings.
The rich have accumulated wealth during the pandemic and they are looking to spend it on travel, it would seem, as the world experiences a major boom in luxury worldwide travel. The impressive growth in luxury travel worldwide is expected to last at least until 2026, predict experts from the international luxury travel network Virtuoso.
Over 100,000 kilograms of plastic has been removed from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch (GPGP) in a record haul orchestrated by non-profit ‘The Ocean Cleanup’: “If we repeat this 100,000 kilogram haul 1,000 times – the Great Pacific Garbage Patch will be gone.”
Greek City Times met recently with Greek lawyer John Tripidakis of Tripidakis & Associates, who has provided some helpful information relating to obtaining your Greek passport.
The National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUA), Greece, is pleased to announce its new English Medical Degree programme (MD), exclusively for international students.