Katherine Vallera specializes in promoting world travel with a focus on sustainability through the mediums of writing, film, and photography. Awarded one of the “30 Under 30” in travel. Support her work https://bit.ly/2DZgovF Direct inquiries https://bit.ly/2W3XU4g Lonely Planet affiliate https://bit.ly/2GJYugW Instagram@KatValleraTravel Twitter@KatValleraTrvl
The world’s first commercial jet, the De Havilland Comet, premiered in May of 1952. Sixty-five years later, another jet known as the Boeing 737 Max was introduced in May of 2017. While their stories may share some astonishing similarities, they don’t have to share the same fateful conclusion. In 1953, a De Havilland Comet crashed after takeoff from Calcutta, prompting the Indian government to open an inquiry.
Picture yourself strolling along a brilliant tropical beach with sand so soft it feels like baby powder between your toes. Then, relax at the edge of your private infinity plunge pool and gaze in awe at the sea while watching dolphins frolicking to and fro. Finally, retreat to the delight of your glass bottom overwater villa to soak in the tub while a rainbow of fish is swimming below.