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In 1964, an Australian man successfully posted himself in a crate from London to Perth via air freight, which took a total of three days.
The World Ship
There's a cruise ship named "The World" where residents permanently live as it travels around the globe.
In 2012, a man wore 70 clothing items through a Chinese airport to avoid paying extra baggage charges.
30 years ago, you could buy a lifetime, unlimited first-class travel pass with American Airlines for $250,000.
Queen Elizabeth does not hold a passport. Since all British passports are issued in the queen’s name, she herself doesn't need one. She just has to say that she is the queen.
In Tunisia, you can book an overnight stay in Luke Skywalker’s boyhood home for only $10.
Chen Guanming, from Jiangsu province in eastern China, traveled by RICKSHAW for 2 years and covered nearly 40,000 miles through 16 countries, surviving flood, war zones and extreme temperatures, finally arriving at the London 2012 Olympics.
In Bangladesh, $5 will buy a beer or a first-class train ticket for a cross-country trip.