Weird & Wacky Travel News from 2017!

Here are our top 5 weird and wacky travel news stories from 2017 – just for a bit of fun!

1. The colourful kites of Taiwan

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This year’s International Kite Festival in Hinschu, Taiwan was a corker! Some of the best designs included: an octopus, a caterpillar and an owl. See them here.

2. The car-vending machine in China

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Alibaba, car industry giant, have put plans into action for their 60 slot, car-vending machine which works via a touchscreen on the ground floor and takes 2 minutes for each car to arrive. Seriously. Find out more here.

3. Scottish island for sale

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A small Scottish island near Dumfries has gone on the market for with a very reasonable price tag. For £325K, you could be the proud owner of Little Ross isle – a picturesque, 29-acre lighthouse island. BUT. (And it’s a big but) It comes with a dodgy past. Back in 1960, a lighthouse keeper was murdered by his colleague and his body was later found by visitors to the island. No thanks.

4. Escaped pigs in Japan

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Back in June, 19 pigs attempted escape from being slaughtered on a Japanese motorway causing a 5-kilometre traffic jam. Chaos ensued. See the pics here.

5. Huge moose found in cellar in Idaho

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In January, a family in Idaho were shocked to find the massive creature after it had smashed through a window looking for food. Eventually, the moose was sedated and carried out, unscathed. Scary times. Find out more here.

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