Podcast: What’s hot, what’s not – how transport has altered | Gippsland …

Every traveller use to wish to go to Thailand or Bali, now they all wish to go to Cuba and Japan. Our ambience in a ‘exotic’ is perpetually changing. So what’s a ‘hot’ thing now?

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Every traveller wants to go to Cuba right now. It’s a given. In a same approach that everybody wants to go to Iceland, and Japan, and Sri Lanka, and substantially Canada – though why?

Remember Turkey? Everyone wanted to go there 5 years ago. Bali, too, was once noticed as an outlandish hotspot. Same with Thailand. These are countries that were once outrageous favourites for Australian traveller are now flapping out of fashion. They’re no longer a ‘it’ spots to go.

Travel is like that – it has fashions. Destinations turn super renouned clearly out of a blue. And, of course, they also dump out of foster in a same way. But it’s not usually destinations that change. It’s styles of transport that come into fashion, like a stream obsessions with food and cruising. And a distain for anything too touristy or cheesy.

Traveller editor Anthony Dennis and transport author Ute Junker take a special demeanour during how a transport universe has altered in a final 10 year, from where we like to travel, Puglia to Provence, Myanmar to South America, and a ways we like to knowledge a world.

To learn some-more about that destinations have boomed, that have slipped from foster and what’s a subsequent large thing in travel, listen or download this part of Flight of Fancy: a Traveller.com.au podcast.

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LISTEN: Flight of Fancy – a Traveller.com.au podcast with Ben Groundwater

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