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Around The World And Back With Chris Wadsworth

’s path to travel started back in 1996, when he decided to chase his passion for travel and take a trek around the world. After college, Chris had a desire to learn about different cultures and visit places that he had only read about in books. Like many of his clients, he didn’t know where to begin. He started by traveling around the world for 15 months. When he returned from that first RTW (round the world) trip, all he could think about was getting back on the road. Coming off his first trek...
Tags: Travel, London, Interviews, Nepal, Fleetwood Mac, Travel Tips, Laos, Fiji, Chris, Tonga, Travel Stories, Rtw, Chris Wadsworth, Tongatapu, Polynesian Islands, Vava'u


MATTA Fair 2019 Highlights – Travel Trends For Year 2019

First of the two MATTA Fair 2019 has come to an end yesterday. The 2nd half of the event will be held sometimes this September. I went to the event on Sunday, the last day of the 3-day event which held from 15th- 17th March 2019. Huge crowds were seen flocking in and finding empty car park lot was next to impossible. After exploring the event, here I would love to recap some of the event highlights which reflect the travel trends for year 2019. Travel Trends for year 2019 This half...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Russia, Taiwan, Thailand, Malaysia, Korea, Travel Tips, Royal Caribbean, Travel Deals, Travel Destinations, Travel plan, Overseas Travel, Taiwan Tourism Bureau, Malaysia Travel Event, Matta Fair 2019


Around The World And Back With Justin Baker

A California Native, Justin Baker started working for AirTreks in 2008. His passion for travel aligned perfectly with the AirTreks core values of making meaningful connections, embracing change, working and playing with passion, loving learning, and owning our experience. Justin’s interest in wildlife and the outdoors sparked his journey to traveling the world. We had the chance to catch up with Justin to hear all about his worldly treks. Where was the first country you ever traveled to ou...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Usa, Interviews, California, Germany, Frankfurt, Travel Tips, Namibia, Travel Stories, Airtreks, Justin, Etosha National Park, Justin Baker


Flight Review: El Al Business Class (787-9) From New York to Tel Aviv

I have long been fascinated by El Al. Since they became a Qantas codeshare partner in 2017, I have wanted to experience the Israeli national airline. Long had I heard that El Al’s long-haul staples – the trusty Boeing 777-200ER – were not as fresh and comfortable as rivals flying on similar routes. But when El Al took delivery of their first Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner in 2017, I was set determined to experience their long-haul product. It only took me two-years! (NB: This photo taken of similar p...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Hong Kong, Europe, Business, Usa, New York, Instagram, Scotland, New York City, Israel, US, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Flying, New Jersey


Seven Cruise Ship Room Locations You Should Avoid

Someone’s gotta get a cruise ship room location near the disco, but why you? A quick read through cruise lines’… The post Seven Cruise Ship Room Locations You Should Avoid appeared first on Cruise Maven.
Tags: Travel, Travel Tips, Avoid Seasickness, Stateroom Location, Plan Your Cruise


How to Travel Long-Term with a Companion (Without Killing Each Other)

When you think about long-term travel, you might like to have a travel partner for the whole trip or just part of the trip. It can get lonely when you’re travelling for a long time, and having a special friend or loved one with you can make it much easier. But being on the road also means putting that relationship to the test. Friend or romantic partner, sibling or travel companion — at some point, you’ll want to scream at each other or worse. So before you find yourself nose-to-nose wi...
Tags: Travel, Friends, Features, Seattle, Travel Tips, Solo Travel, Traveling Together, Traveler, Companion


The New Rules for Traveling to Europe for Americans

Starting in 2021, Americans, as well as others from a ton of other visa-free countries, will have to do a little more work before they’ll be able to visit a number of European countries. Now, getting into places like Germany, France, and Spain just requires your U.S. passport, but in a little under two years you’ll…Read more...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Traveling, Spain, Lifehacks, Travel Tips, Germany France


What Americans Need to Know About the New Rules For Traveling to Europe

Starting in 2021, Americans, as well as others from visa-free countries, will have to do a little more work before they’ll be able to visit a number of European countries. Now, getting into places like Germany, France, and Spain just requires your U.S. passport, but in a little under two years you’ll also need to…Read more...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Traveling, Spain, Lifehacks, Travel Tips, Germany France


How to join the Qantas Frequent Flyer Program for free

Last week when I was helping my friend sign-up to the Qantas Frequent Flyer program I realised something that I had totally forgotten: they charge a joining fee. Forget paying that fee, there are numerous ways to join the Qantas Frequent Flyer program for free in 2019. That’s right zero, nada, zilch. Why join the Qantas Frequent Flyer program? Here are just three reasons I recommend you sign-up: Collect Qantas Points: you have to join to collect these babies, and there are some great re...
Tags: Travel, UK, Australia, Saving, US, Samsung, Qatar, Flying, Avis, Antarctica, Qantas, Airlines, Travel Tips, Deliveroo, Ana, Destinations


These Airlines Are Offering to Waive Rebooking Fees Due to Winter Storm Taylor

A winter storm is making its way through the midwest this weekend. If you have a flight over the center of the country you’ll likely be in the clear, but if your travel plans involve either leaving from or traveling to a number of midwest destinations or a layover in any of those cities, you could be in for a pretty…Read more...
Tags: Travel, Winter Weather, Lifehacks, Travel Tips, These Airlines


Do All These Things Before Traveling Internationally 

So you’ve finally booked that overseas vacation that’s been marked on your calendar for months now. Congratulations! Read more...
Tags: Travel, Travel Planning, Traveling, Lifehacks, Flights, Travel Tips


The Lifehacker Guide to International Travel

So you’ve finally booked that overseas vacation that’s been marked on your calendar for months now. Congratulations! Read more...
Tags: Travel, Travel Planning, Traveling, Lifehacks, Flights, Travel Tips, Lifehacker Guide to International Travel


10 Common Family Travel Mistakes (and how to avoid them)

We’re in full trip planning mode right now. In just a few days we will be traveling to Ireland for the first time. This trip will also be the first time Connor, our youngest, will cross the Atlantic and set foot on European soil. He’s 2.5 years old right now, which is not an ideal age to take a long haul flight, so we’re crossing our fingers everything goes smoothly. We’ve been mapping out our Ireland road trip and firming up the 2 week itinerary. We want to limit the number of unexpected surpr...
Tags: Travel, Home, Europe, Mexico, Netflix, Atlantic, New Brunswick, Ireland, Hawaii, Paris, Ryanair, Glasgow, Vancouver, Connor, Dublin, Travel Tips


In Mother Nature’s Embrace: 9 Tips for Making Your Camping Trip an Absolute Blast

If this is the first time you want to experience all a camping trip has to offer, don’t worry! Even experienced campers were complete beginners at some point in time. To help you get your feet wet, we’ve prepared the following list of tips. 1. Don’t leave at the last minute Rushing at the last minute unavoidably leads to stress, which defeats the whole purpose of going on a camping trip in the first place. So make sure to leave when the sun is still out and study the campsite befor...
Tags: Travel, Travel Tips, Camping Trip, Planning Tips, Checklist For Camping


Around The World And Back With Camille

A true nomad at heart, AirTreks Travel Planner, Camille Kaczmar, has been traveling the world from a very young age. She spent her early years on a small island located in the South Pacific called Pohnpei, and then her father’s job in the Air Force allowed her and her family to explore the world growing up. Early on, she learned that travel urges you to open your mind and engage with the world around you; to let go of the normal and embrace the extraordinary. Currently, Camille is digital n...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Japan, Bali, Germany, Barcelona, Thailand, Chile, South Pacific, Air Force, Travel Tips, Costa Rica, South East Asia, Travel Stories, Travel Philosophy, Camille


How Globalization Has Created Opportunities Around the World

Globalization. By definition, the term refers to the process to connect people and entities all over the world. That meaning has not changed and has only grown more profound since origination. But the worldview has evolved drastically. It seems such a long time ago when the term was often regarded with risk, worry and apprehension. People often thought of what would happen to local opportunities, businesses and entities if someone from the other end of the world was able to provide the same serv...
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5 Experiences to Suit Every Taste

If there’s something worth investing in, that would be ‘experiences’. Creating fun memories, especially when traveling, is priceless. If you are into experiencing only the best, check out the following ideas and enjoy: Go on a canal boat around Great Britain. Great Britain is known for giving tourists the best experience when journeying across the waterways. The United Kingdom has more than 2000 miles of navigable inland waterways, making exploring Britain by canal boat the perfect adventure. T...
Tags: Rome, Britain, Manchester City, United Kingdom, Oxford, Vatican, Peru, Glasgow, Alps, Edinburgh, Vatican City, Avon, Travel Tips, Bangkok, Machu Picchu, Travel Blog


The Best Hotels near Kuala Lumpur International Airport

Looking for the best hotels near Kuala Lumpur International Airport? You’ve come to the right place! As one of Asia’s biggest international airports, Kuala Lumpur is a great place to transit or have a layover en route to your final destination. It’s home to AirAsia, one of the world’s biggest low-cost airlines, and the full-service national carrier – Malaysia Airlines – continues to offer incredibly competitive flight prices. To take advantage of some of the best deals, they may require long lay...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Hotels, US, Transit, Malaysia, Middle East, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Airlines, Airport, Travel Tips, Selangor, Klia2, Airasia, Destinations, Kuala Lumpur International Airport


How To Choose The Perfect Travel Backpack (Plus Win A Free One!)

How To Choose The Best Travel Backpack Backpacking Gear As a professional world-traveling backpacker, I get a lot of emails asking about the best backpacks for travel. There are so many to choose from! Here’s my advice, plus tips for how to find your own. There’s something magical about traveling to new countries for the first time. Getting lost in foreign cities, meeting cool people, breaking out of your comfort zone, discovering cultures different than your own, and having life-changing exp...
Tags: Google, Europe, Southeast Asia, US, Italy, South America, Iceland, Travel Tips, Gregory, United States Canada, Granville, Mount Whitney, Kelty, Osprey Farpoint, Osprey Atmos, Gear Reviews


How To Choose The Perfect Travel Backpack (Beginner’s Guide)

How To Choose The Best Travel Backpack Backpacking Gear As a professional world-traveling backpacker, I get a lot of emails asking about the best backpacks for travel. There are so many to choose from! Here’s my advice, plus tips for how to find your own. There’s something magical about traveling to new countries for the first time. Getting lost in foreign cities, meeting cool people, breaking out of your comfort zone, discovering cultures different than your own, and having life-changing exp...
Tags: Google, Europe, Southeast Asia, Alaska, Italy, South America, Iceland, Travel Tips, Gregory, Granville, Mount Whitney, Kelty, Osprey Farpoint, Osprey Atmos, Gear Reviews, Kelty Redwing


Ship Baby Supplies to Your Vacation Destination 

When you have a baby, packing for a vacation feels a bit like moving out of a small apartment. Infants need a lot of stuff—diapers (so many diapers), diaper cream, wipes, formula and food. Some parents choose to do a Target or Costco run when they arrive in the new city, but the last thing I want to do after a long…Read more...
Tags: Travel, Parenting, Babies, Lifehacks, Travel Tips, Costco


Grown-ups Are Stupid! How to Travel + See the World Like a Child

I t was 4:48 a.m. 4:49 … I awoke to a pattern of lights gliding across my bedroom ceiling. A pale, yellow apparition in the shape of my window that twisted in upon itself before vanishing. Seconds later, another. Then … a third. For a moment, I was captivated. In the quiet morning hours, it felt like a special light show that someone had choreographed just for me. As I was still half-asleep, it felt alien, yet calming and beautiful. Within seconds I realized it was the mere reflection of headlig...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Inspiration, Society, Features, Travel Inspiration, Eiffel Tower, Cia, Travel Tips, Robert Redford, Don, Nana, Jim Henson, Hugh MacLeod, Childlike, Live Like A Child


3 Terrific Reasons to Transform Your Family into Digital Nomads and Travel the World

Pre-Internet, all but the most eclectic families followed the same template when it came to work, school, and vacations. September through May, everyone hunkered down and got through the daily grind best they could. This 9-month stretch known as the school year was punctuated by a few breaks, when you could visit Disneyworld, road-trip to Grandma and Grandpa’s, or maybe take the whole gang to Europe for a week’s worth of culture – and then there were three months of summer vacation, most of whi...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Travel Tips, Civil rights movement, Disneyworld, Travel the World, PTA


7 Best Cycling Trips and Trails around the World

Cycling is traveling at your own pace, where you can take in the scenery without reducing it to a blur. And while it looks like a solitary activity, you can always opt for company like your family to share the view and the experience of biking tours. Where do you want to go for your next cycling adventure? The world is one huge meandering, challenging, and exciting path where the cycling pros and enthusiasts ride. Take your trusty bike with you, and explore the best trails and tracks around the ...
Tags: Travel, Europe, England, Australia, France, Africa, Alabama, Rome, Canada, Italy, Antarctica, Switzerland, Cambodia, Tanzania, Travel Tips, Quebec


The Best Hotels in Singapore with Swimming Pools

Need to cool off in Singapore? Discover some of the countries most swoon-worthy hotels to take a dip in while you are on holiday to the Lion City! Here are my 10 picks for the best hotels in Singapore with swimming pools – complete with views, cocktails and cabanas. Get ready to relax, just remember to pack your bathers! High-End Luxury The Fullarton Bay Hotel Located right on the waterfront of the iconic Marina Bay Singapore, The Fullarton Bay Hotel is one of the city’s most luxurious h...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Hotels, Singapore, Luxury, Travel Tips, Resort, Changi, Destinations, Hotel Review, Bay, Accomodation, South China Sea, Marina Bay Sands, Jen, Pickering


Holidaying With Another Couple

Going on holiday with your couple friends isn’t everyone’s idea of a perfect break. You might be worried about potential clashes when staying in such close proximity or that you and your partner won’t get any time alone. However, holidaying with another couple can be great if you’re open and honest about any worries because […]
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Keep a 'Mobile Medicine Cabinet' Packed in Your Suitcase For Travel Mishaps

I do a good bit of travel writing, which means I spend a lot of time on the road. After a few “emergency” trips to the local drug store, which can often be difficult to find, I took a small cosmetic bag and created a bag of medication for my suitcase that I always have with me because I leave it packed.Read more...
Tags: Travel, Traveling, Lifehacks, Travel Tips, Travel Hacks


The Ultimate List of Travel Accessories

The right eye mask, noise-canceling headphones, earplugs, or neck pillow could be the difference between touching down and feeling fresh and ready to hit the ground running OR feeling exhausted and beat down. All it takes is one big game-changing item to realize how impactful your travel gear can be. Stay ahead of jet lag with this list of travel accessories our travel experts curated for you! Portable Digital Hanging Luggage Scale Cost: $7 Prevent additional charges at the airport for oversize...
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How Travel Can Change You

Thanks to technological innovation and the arrival of budget airlines, it has become easier than ever to travel somewhere abroad. This is no longer an activity that is reserved for those who are exceptionally well-off, either. Travel can change people, and it’s always for the better. Whether you are planning a vacation or a long-term backpacking trip, you will help alleviate your stress when you are in a new and beautiful environment. Of course, you will open your mind, and you have the pote...
Tags: Travel, India, Finland, North America, Travel Tips


Top 5 Tips For Planning Your Overseas Travel This Year

Lunar New Year celebration has come to an end. After the week long break, we finally have to get back to our daily routine. For avid travelers, this is also the best time to start planning your overseas travel this year. Hang on guys! I have put together some useful tips here just to help you spark a great idea on where and when to travel this year. Fengshui guidelines Believe it or not, according to Fengshui or Chinese Geomancy Master So, if you were born during Autumn and Wi...
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