Diplo, Prince George, the Red Sox and even Frankenstein make an appearance in this week in photos. See what some of our favorite blogs, including Buzzfeed and Nomadic Matt, have in store in this week in travel.

Do you have plans on where you’re going to hide during the zombie apocalypse? A viral post on Buzzfeed featured a town in Australia that is so far away from civilization that outer space is, in fact, the closest destination. You might want a buddy for companionship if you find yourself traveling to Western Australia anytime soon.

Two Boy Scout leaders were removed from their positions after a trip to Utah went awry last week. During a visit to Goblin Valley State Park, the leaders pushed over an ancient rock formation that is about 170 million years old and posted a video of their actions on Facebook. The leaders said that the rock formation was loose and they feared it was “dangerous” to the safety of the scouts. Park authorities are conducting a criminal investigation into the incident.

Are you a “travel hacker?” Nomadic Matt says you should look into it. Travel hacking is a term used to describe those savvy frequent fliers who strategically use their “miles” to get free flights. While it may sound complicated and not worth the hassle, he says that’s not an excuse and that with a few tips you can be racking up free transportation in no time.

If you think that the person you shared a taxi with was a little rude or wild and crazy…you haven’t seen anything yet. VICE has “exposed” some of the unbelievable behavior that takes place in taxis these days. After watching this video, you’re going to want to give a cab driver a hug.

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