This Week in Travel: London’s Wild Exhibit

A new photography show captures rare moments in nature, plus a Twitter study says travel makes us happy.

Apr 11, 2013
David Yarrow, Grumpy Monkey, 2013
Grumpy Monkey by David Yarrow is part of the new exhibition, “Recent Encounters,” opening this week at London’s Eleven art gallery.
Photography courtesy Eleven, London

A wild photo exhibit in London
David Yarrow travels around the world photographing wild animals in their natural habitats. His new exhibition at London’s Eleven gallery opens Friday, April 12. (Condé Nast Traveller)

Twitter science: travel makes us happy.
A university study concludes that our tweets become happier the further away from home we go. (BBC)

Russia’s creative revolution
It’s cool to be creative in Russia, where ping-pong clubs, stylish bars, art and design festivals, and Brooklyn-esque boutiques are finding their places in the cultural scene. (The Guardian)

Watering holes around the world
Reporters stationed from Tokyo to Rio reveal their most memorable drinking spots. (The New York Times Magazine)

A cavalcade of Lamborghinis in Italy
In May, hundreds of vintage and contemporary Lamborghinis will travel a 750-mile route through Italy in celebration of the luxury brand’s 50th anniversary. (The Telegraph)

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