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A pair of unexpected incidents offered awe-inspiring results. In clip one, a woman got her head and legs stuck in a train door for three miles. She suffered injuries to her vertebrae due to the incident. In clip two, a runway in Greece was the setting of some serious car damage. A plane's jets ripped the trunk door off of an SUV as a man filmed the take-off.
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Is there anyone who hasn't dreamt of traveling the world? Well, Felix Starck decided to Pedal the World. He traveled for a year covering over 11,000 miles through 22 different countries, all while riding his bike and capturing everything on his camera. He joined RTM to talk all about his incredible journey.
If you've ever lost anything while traveling you know how much of a depressing inconvenience it can be. Most services, such as airlines, will endeavor to return your misplaced items to you, but that can be difficult. That is until Dutch airline KLM started receiving help from a very handy source! Check out how a trained dog can now sniff you out and return your lost iPhone, headset, teddy bear, etc. to you with speed and adorability!
Sometimes it is the most subtle messages that hold the most weight. With the help of a William Shatner voiceover in this new commercial by the U.K. travel brand Thomson, a very worn-in teddy bear is taken on a family vacation to Jamaica, where it discovers its smile. Pay attention closely and you can see the company logo of Thomson's parent company, TUI, on the bear's face.
Mike Hudson decided to quit his job and live out his dream of living and traveling in his van. But, this is no ordinary van. Mike spent five months turning it into a home with all of the essentials. Once he finished, he set out on his journey, which he documents on his Van Dog Traveller Blog. This time-lapse video gives you a glimpse into his life inside the van.
Mike Falzone is back to offer some helpful advice! Here are five must-have things when traveling that have less to do with plane tickets and neck pillows, and more about patience and ways to keep what little you have left of your sanity!
Based on the photo book by James Mollison, BuzzFeed has put together some of the faces of children and their rooms around the world. It's amazing to see how kids live so differently from each other, some without even a roof over their heads.
Alex Hennessy and Michael Graziano (Global Degree) were riding their bikes around Buenos Aires, Argentina when Hennessy was approached by a thief who flashed a gun at him. Hennessy was wearing a GoPro camera at the time of the incident and was barely able to get away from the gunman. Argentina was one of the stops on the duo's awesome 195-country journey that they have documented on YouTube. Graziano and Hennessy joined the RTM hosts to discuss the encounter and their travels.
Ace & TJ Show host TJ Ritchie has been traveling the country to bring awareness to an important cause. In hopes of raising money for Grin Kids, a charity for terminally ill and chronically-disabled children, Ritchie and several listeners known as "The Misfits" have volunteered to work for food, money and places to sleep as they travel across the country. Their final stop is Las Vegas, where they hope to attend the iHeart Radio Music Festival. TJ and the Misfits visited the RTM studio and cleaned out our fridge to help fund their journey.
James Victore recently traveled around Brooklyn and Queens to study the text on the signage throughout the area. Victore offered a unique perspective on everything from "mom and pop" diners to Starbucks.
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For 42 days Zilla Van Den Born's family thought she was traveling around Southeast Asia. However, what she was really doing was photoshopping herself into pictures. It was actually for a university project to prove how easy it is to distort reality. The talented and "well traveled in photoshop" graphic artist joined RTM via Skype to tell us all about it.
University of Louisiana at Lafayette graduate student Xiangbo "Bill Lee" Li wanted to show those in China what the boot-shaped state looked like, so he came up with a fun video that quickly went viral there. Check out this awesome dance video highlighting places around Louisiana and set to the Chinese song "Small Apple" by the Chopsticks Brothers!