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How Much I Spent During 3 Weeks in New Zealand

I’m not gonna lie: I was nervous to travel to New Zealand. Not because of any inherent threats — it is one of the safest countries for women to travel in, and has no dangerous wildlife — but because of the cost. I’m able to travel s...
by Travel Junkette on Jun 17, 2015

UK CAA now monitors 24 UK airports for delays

The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) is now monitoring an extra 14 UK for on-time performance and delays. The increase brings the total number of airports monitored to 24 and means that 90 per cent of all passenger flights are monitored. The 10 airp...
by Paula Garrett on Jun 17, 2015

The Ramen Rater’s Trip To Thailand: Day 6 – The Long Road Home

Day 1 * Day 2 * Day 3 * Day 4 * Day 5 * Day 6 Came down to have a last try at the breakfast buffet. I’d been putting off the noodles but I figured I’d kick myself if I didn’t give them a try before I left. Good stuff! A little of [&...
by The Ramen Rater on Jun 12, 2015

Simple Ways To Experience A Comfortable Flight

If you travel a lot, or if you are going to be taking a flight that is very long, it is important to do whatever you can to make yourself as comfortable as possible. There are many ways you can go about doing this. Some ways will be more effective fo...
by You Baby Me Mummy on Jun 11, 2015

Hawaii: Happy Kamehameha Day!

Kamehameha Day falls on 11 June. It is a public holiday in Hawai'i, the 50th state of the United States. Kamehamaha Day honours King Kamehameha the Great, the Hawaiian monarch that unified the islands of Hawai'i, creating the Kingdom of Hawai'i.
by Accidental TravelWriter on Jun 10, 2015

looking for the cheapest price?

guests receive valuable amenities at the regular Virtuoso rate at the St. Regis New York Is cheaper better? Buying products and services on the internet has a logic of its own: customers often feel compelled to search out the absolute lowest pri...
by Travel Horizons on Jun 5, 2015

Top 10 Reasons Why Every American Should Visit Europe Now

1. You Speak English, Right? English is the lingua franca across every European country, so a language barrier is not a reason to avoid foreign travel. Even in countries that are highly patriotic when it comes to native language such as France, Engli...

Friday Last Day to Take Advantage of Southwest Airlines $49 Ticket Sale

Update Due to the problems on their website during the promotion, Southwest has announced the sale has been extended until Friday. For those looking to save money on airline tickets in the fall, you’re in luck, but you’ll have to act fast...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Jun 4, 2015

Last Day to Take Advantage of Southwest Airlines $49 Ticket Sale

For those looking to save money on airline tickets in the fall, you’re in luck, but you’ll have to act fast. Southwest Airlines recently launched a 72-hour sale for one-way fares ranging from $49 – $149, with travel dates between Au...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Jun 4, 2015

KLM Hand Baggage Policy Is Driving Me Nuts

I’m sorry to repeat my rant of a few months ago, but this KLM hand baggage policy or lack of compliance with it is now really ticking me off. Whilst I have discussed this before things don’t seem to be improving. For those not familiar wi...
by Flights And Frustration on May 29, 2015

How to Find Cheap Business Class Flights

Don't Stop Living - Jonny Blair - a lifestyle of travel Travellers taking regular flights to Asia, for example cheap business class tickets to Hong Kong, Malaysia or Singapore, and other distant places, know the worth of interior comfort. Many of th...
by Don't Stop Living on May 28, 2015

Gemania bases additional aircraft at Gatwick

Germania is to base a fourth aircraft at Gatwick Airport. The Berlin-based charter airline has been operating at Gatwick since 2013, and will use its latest 215-seat Airbus A321 for Olympic Holidays’ charter flights to the Greek destinations of Cor...
by Paula Garrett on May 22, 2015

Norwegian increases flights to Berlin

Norwegian is set to increase the frequency of its Gatwick to Berlin flights this winter. From 25 October, the airline will add an extra four flights bringing the total weekly number to 11.
by Paula Garrett on May 20, 2015

Packing Tips for TEFL Teachers Going Home on Vacation

From Independent TravelerIt's taken me a while, but I've finally got packing down to an art. I don't have to ship items, re-pack my luggage at the airport, or worry about weight. Here are some of the best packing tips I've learned over the years. How...
by TEFL Tips on May 19, 2015

A weekend in Paris, Nantes, Düsseldorf – with BMI Regional

As a travel blogger I’m lucky to live close to Bristol Airport, my gateway to countless interesting destinations in Europe and around the world. Flying from my local airport means I can stretch my precious holiday time with long weekends a...
by Heather on her travels on May 17, 2015

The Golden Ticket: Teaching English Abroad

The following post is from a guest blogger, Patrick Wolf. He's hoping to start a debate on the need for writing instruction and would welcome feedback. You can reach him at ptrckwolf@yahoo.comThe Golden Ticket: Teaching English Abroad Whether you’...
by TEFL Tips on May 16, 2015

Flying on Tuesday Evenings Can Help You Save a Lot of Cash!

Flying doesn’t come cheap. Plane rides mean you have to have a lot of cash on hand, and in the bank. Flying could be a hassle. Flying is only for the rich and famous, and not for moms who should just be at home. You’ve … The post Flying on...
by Modest Money on May 14, 2015

Your Wine Tasting Adventure Starts in Sacramento

Want to explore Northern California’s wine country?  Well pour yourself a glass of wine, sit down at your laptop, Smartphone, or Home Computer and plan your trip with Free Flights in Sacramento!Not only the California State Capitol, Sacra...
by Sipped in California on May 13, 2015

Romantic Weekend Breaks: My Top 5 Destinations

Planning holidays is like eating Pringles. Once you pop you can't stop! Literally! I've spent the last couple of weeks planning my upcoming trips to the Cannes Film Festival and Jamaica, both in May, but in the back of my mind I'm already thinking...
by Honest Mum on May 13, 2015

4 Things to Do When You’re Stuck in an Airport

Being stuck in an airport thanks to a layover is no fun. Or so you think. Before you sigh heavily and settle down to drown in your own sorrows, do lighten up and take comfort in the fact that there... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my webs...
by Travel on May 10, 2015

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