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Katie Scott Aiton

Katie has been traveling Asian/Pacific region for 10 years working as a forensic anthropologist and regional analyst. She hails from Scotland, where she studied Anthropology and International business progressing to Sydney to study and teach in the School of Peace and Journalism. Katie has worked for the United Nations as a translator, negotiator and media liaison in Cambodia, Australia, and New York.

We finally know why the Leaning Tower of Pisa has not toppled over yet

The number of active volcanoes in Italy is totally insane

This is what each US state imports the most from abroad

This map shows hilarious literal translations of places in Denmark

If you’re traveling to London, beware of these toxic caterpillars invading the city

Travelers reveal the biggest culture shocks they’ve ever faced abroad

Venice is banning tourists from parts of its city

If you walk 500 miles from Vienna, you could visit 30 different countries

How to hack buying your flight to get the best price, according to an expert

Attention fans of Ugly Delicious: David Chang is already launching a new show tomorrow

Drunk person in Italy accidently hikes up a snowy mountain thinking he’s walking back to hotel

You can win a trip to see the royal wedding by signing up for a last-minute flight alert to the UK

You can now visit an entire museum dedicated to weiner dogs

Robots are working as room service butlers at this hotel

Taiwan might be getting a millennial pink museum

Safari tour has heart-stopping scare as cheetah jumps into the back seat

This airline’s new seats will let parents and babies lie down next to each other

Ireland is opening its first ever nude beach

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