What’s up, everybody? While the winter season has started to show itself for many countries of the world, I hope you all are in good spirits. This week we have good news from all around the world. Croatia has good news for digital nomads; Uber will finally solve a critical problem for travelers; and so on… And, one of the most interesting news is the wine train for Harry Potter fans! So let’s move on to the news and see you next week!!
The Wine Train For Harry Potter Fans
The Napa Valley Wine Train is offering excursions for its “Wizards and Witches” murder mystery. In the train, suspects will be portrayed as “genuine individuals,” rather than actors. And the case will unfold as “true happenings” rather than a performance. You must interrogate characters in order to figure out what happened in real life and become a part of the “real Life Theater.”
On October 16 and 23, there will be an almost Harry Potter performance, as well as a single installment of “Crime and Punishment” on November 13. The two-hour hike will set you back £370, which includes a multi-course meal. There’s also a Thanksgiving-themed ride, as well as a Christmas and New Year’s-themed “Jingle + Mingle” ride.
Reserve Your Uber in Advance for Your Flight
Thanks to Uber’s new function, hailing a cab at the airport has never been easier. Passengers will be able to request an Uber Black or Uber Black SUV up to 30 days ahead of time with the debut of Uber Reserve. More than 20 airports around the United States will provide the new service, including Atlanta, Charleston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Miami, and New York.
Passengers are requested to give their flight details when booking a car so that Uber can alter the reservation automatically based on when the plane lands. Uber also stated that drivers will wait for a passenger for up to 60 minutes after landing at no additional cost.
Take A Look At This Digital Nomad Village in Zadar, Croatia
Croatia is constructing the Digital Nomad Valley Zadar, a town for remote workers. The Valley, which is around 30 minutes from the old port city of Zadar, is designed for digital nomads looking for a studio, two-, and three-bedroom apartments that may be rented for as little as two weeks or as long as you want to remain.
Prices for a private bedroom inside a shared apartment start at £110 per week for a minimum two-week stay started on October 10. Prices include access to an exclusive co-working space, free Wi-Fi, and participation in village events.
You can find remote work vacancies from Jooble.
Thailand Will Charge Tourist Tax in 2022
Thailand is considering imposing a tourism fee next year to fund tourism-related initiatives. The 500-baht tax (about $14) will go to a “tourism transformation fund,” which will help the country’s tourism industry change away from mass tourism and toward eco-friendly tourism. The governor of Thailand’s Tourism Authority, Yuthasak Supasorn, stated that the goal is to collect 5 billion baht in the first year.
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