Images capture people who refuse to have their days ruined

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One snap rounded up by MailOnline Travel captures a trio of hungry British tourists in America who got caught in a flood and used inflatable rubber rings to float their way to a fast food joint.
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The expansion of Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort is complete, just in time for swimsuit season. It’s in a prime position for that — the two towers are adjacent to Volcano Bay, the water park that
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