Gadling’s top stories of 2007

Hello, 2008 — nice to meet you. Your earlier counterpart, 2007, was an incredible year for Gadling. Our team wrote nearly 5,000 posts over the course of the year (4,937 to be exact), and you guys left almost 25,000 comments. That’s an average of 67 comments per post! In addition to all that, we had some great coverage on nearly every nook and cranny of the globe including Neil’s trip to North Korea, Matthew’s adventures in Japan, and Ember’s tour through China. We interviewed travelers of all kinds, including Peter Greenberg, Anthony Bourdain, and Timothy Ferriss. And let me be the first to tell you: 2008 will be a banner year for Gadling. We have some INCREDIBLE things in store for you, so stay tuned. Now here are the ten most popular stories for the year:

  1. 10 Drinks Men Should Not Order
  2. It’s not such a small world, after all
  3. BA 747 narrowly escapes a mid-air collision
  4. Love the snow globe, but don’t hand carry it on an airplane
  5. Disneyland’s Secret Restaurant
  6. A Collection of Funny Signs from Around the World
  7. The girls of Ryanair calendar, 2008
  8. Japan Invents a 26-Hour Work Day
  9. Which Country Has the Most Frequent Sex?
  10. Smoking Bans on Cruise Ships Cost Millions in Cancellations