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The most notable ‘travel disasters’ of 2014

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The most notable 'travel disasters' of 2014 1
The most notable 'travel disasters' of 2014 1

The Telegraph has just published a list of incidents voted by many tourists as `tourism disasters` that occurred in 2014 around the world.

`Precious` shaped map

The town of Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, England became the focus of ridicule and criticism on Facebook in August due to the release of a guide map shaped like a man’s sensitive parts.

The most notable 'travel disasters' of 2014

Coffee shop names can be confusing

A coffee shop in Doncaster, England was fiercely criticized by tourists and locals in September after choosing to write the shop’s name in a misleading font.

The most notable 'travel disasters' of 2014

Injured from climbing a mountain

In June, a man injured his ankle while climbing a mountain in Scotland.

The most notable 'travel disasters' of 2014

Careless letter to customer

In August, United Airlines made itself a laughing stock when it sent an apology letter to a customer.

The most notable 'travel disasters' of 2014

Entering the wrong country name

The Greek Tourism Board has been criticized by the public for releasing a video introducing the country’s tourism, but one of the images appearing in it is an Australian scene.

The most notable 'travel disasters' of 2014

Malaysia Airlines continues to encounter bad luck

2014 is considered a dark year for Malaysia’s national airline because of two consecutive incidents of MH370 and MH17.

The most notable 'travel disasters' of 2014

There are no giraffes in Ghana

In June, US airline Delta was criticized by travelers for being `ignorant` and `ignorant` after posting a message congratulating the home country’s soccer team on their 2-1 win over Ghana.

The most notable 'travel disasters' of 2014

Loss of money due to uncontrolled use of the Internet

In the photo is an 18-year-old British student named Carissa Grice.

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