Today we can think about whether or not flight attendants should be tipped? If so, why? Read a piece that provides tips on how to carry more souvenirs home and learn about the safety questions recently raised about using personal electronic devices aboard aircraft.
Last week, I discussed what “expedition cruising” is all about, and whether it’s the right kind of travel for you. This week Ned Levi has nine tips for your consideration, to use when choosing and going on expedition cruises.
During the holiday season, many who rarely travel take to the air to travel to be with family, and families take the chance to vacation while their children are on their winter holiday break from school. This week, Ned Levi has tips on what to do at home before going to the airport to get through TSA airport security during the busy holiday travel period.
Today we look at common items you should bring with you when traveling, but may not; get a list of the 10 countries with the cheapest gas in the world; and take a look at five borders that pose some unusual problems.
Cruise ship packing has a lot to do with what clothes you’ll need for the cruise and your excursions off the ship, but there are many other issues which significantly affect what you pack and how you pack it. Ned Levi examines many of the issues which affects packing for cruises and offers his top 7 cruise packing tips.
Rules for a roadtrip from Karen Fawcett. When Spring break comes, do you take off with the family on an adventure. If so, here are some tips to keep from driving into a disaster.
Some of these videos are hard hitting and some of them are hitting back at recent travel stories in the news. Ryanair gives the students that mutinied because one of their group had to pay for excess luggage a lesson in packing. Brian Williams confesses to an encounter with TSA. And two British comedies take swipes at the airline industry and immigration that seem awfully close to below the belt.
Think ahead when you pack, when getting through security, waiting at airports, choosing an airline seat and getting to your hotel.
What’s the most useless ‘essential’ item you have ever packed? You know, the thing you thought you had to have, but it stayed in the suitcase through three countries? In the interest of helping travelers pack lighter and maybe even save some fees, I thought I’d ask around. C’mon, I’ll start.
Fly to a ski destination with only carry-on luggage? Friends are incredulous when I tell them I’ve flown to Marble Mountain, Newfoundland (powder, baby!), Whistler, British Columbia (Oympic dreams), and Salt Lake City, Utah (powder and Olympic dreams) with only a roll-aboard and my boots. Here’s how I do it.