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Travel Do's and Dont's

Travel Do's and Dont's

Walk a mile, or a thousand, in someone else's shoes. Travel Do's and Dont's from those who have been there, done that.

  • Robert Adam
    Published about a year ago
    Avoid These Facts to Experience Smooth Airport Parking

    Avoid These Facts to Experience Smooth Airport Parking

    How many of us actually think about airport parking issues while planning a trip? We do pay a lot of attention to other aspects of travelling such as food, hotel reservation, and flight booking and so on. We want the most top notch choices for all these components but what happens to parking issues at busy airports should be one of the biggest concerns of every traveller.
  • Ada Zuba
    Published about a year ago
    Disneyland: How to Prepare

    Disneyland: How to Prepare

    We all love Disney because of the great movies and it reminds us all of our childhood, when life was simple. So, if you are planning to go in the next little while, here are a few things to remember. (This list was compiled for Canadians.)
  • Ashley Hamilton
    Published about a year ago
    Research Tips

    Research Tips

    I am someone who loves to research, organize and color-code. I am currently planning a vacation for myself. I’m not going by myself, my husband and our good friend is joining me. I quickly realized just how much I really love to do this kind of thing.
  • Rachel K
    Published about a year ago
    A Guide for First Time Flyers

    A Guide for First Time Flyers

    Traveling by plane is a whole different experience. Here is a short list of some tips/tricks/pointers to help you take on the world by air.
  • Brittnay Sharman
    Published about a year ago
    Different Ways to Approach Long-Term Travel

    Different Ways to Approach Long-Term Travel

    If you really want to see the world and experience everything there is beyond your hometown, then the only real way to do that is through long-term travel. This will allow you to spend more than enough time in various places so you’ll have a chance to see everything you want to see without having to rush through and only catch the big tourist attractions.
  • Marlene Affeld
    Published about a year ago
    Coping with the Threat of Terrorism

    Coping with the Threat of Terrorism

    It seems, of late, that the world is going crazy. We confront a risk of injury and death that dominates our awareness. As acts of terrorism are played out nightly on the national news, many people live in real and daily paralytic fear. This is a time that is especially difficult for those who survived the horrific terrorist acts of 9/11 or who have endured the grief of having a family member or friend killed because of an act of terrorism.
  • Leigh Victoria Fisher
    Published about a year ago
    How to Determine If Travel Insurance Is Worth It

    How to Determine If Travel Insurance Is Worth It

    How much can common sense protect you when you're on vacation?
  • Alice Le Bihan
    Published about a year ago
    Tips for First-Time Tourists

    Tips for First-Time Tourists

    Traveling to a new city is exciting. You get out of your comfort zone, experience new foods, places, cultures, and people, and come back with lots of memories. Yet traveling can also bring unwanted frustration. This is easily avoidable with a little extra care-so, from one traveler to another, here are a few steps you should consider taking for your next big trip.
  • Nancy Rogers
    Published about a year ago
    How to Cope with Jet Lag?

    How to Cope with Jet Lag?

    Those in the habit of frequent and international travelling are very much familiar to jet lag. Feeling fatigued, disturbance in sleeping pattern, stomach problems are associated with long-haul flights. Jet lag can’t be eliminated while travelling across the multiple time zones, but its effect can be lessened by simple tips.