New York City (New York Newsday)
Thursday: Partly cloudy.
A step out of the ordinary (FSView)
For most, Orlando needs no introduction. The many theme parks and attractions that make up the famous city in central Florida are well known. Kissimmee, however, a city minutes outside of Orlando, offers something different.
Top End with a twist (Escape.com.au)
THIS is my wife's favourite place on earth, he says loudly. American, from New Mexico, it transpires. Her passion is to travel to remote places and it doesn't get much remoter than this.
We all know what it sounds like - the squeals and gushes when a freshly engaged colleague holds out her left hand and flashes that sparkling ring.
New York City - Business (New York Newsday)
Partly cloudy tonight with a chance of flurries. Lows around 30. ... Sunday, Mostly sunny with highs in the upper 30s. ...
Ocean motion cures all (Escape.com.au)
Cruising lures 11 million people worldwide every year. TAKE 12 albatrosses, a strangely calm Tasman Sea, one glass of champagne and a chocolate-dipped strawberry.
Up the lazy river (Escape.com.au)
When fog crept on to the Mississippi and made further travel on the river dangerous, our captain decided to pack it in for the night. So he ran the riverboat American Queen on to shore and then tied it up to a tree.
Marine biologyWhale fall (Nature)
The fatty bones of dead whales provide rich pickings for creatures on the sea floor. Amanda Haag meets the scientists who go to extreme and unpleasant lengths to study the unique ecosystems on these corpses.
Sunny Isles Beach (Miami Herald)
Once a seaside haven for retirees and snowbirds, Sunny Isles Beach has been transformed over the last two decades into a 21st-century high-rise city.
Taking in the ocean deep (The Star Online)
If you want to dive into the sea but donâ€™t want to get wet, here's how: head for Mauritius, the only place in the Indian Ocean where you can get an underwater cruise on board a submarine, as RENA GOEP discovers.