- Best Times to Find Lowest Airfares
- How Much Junk Is In Your Trunk?
- Get INTO Your Comfort Zone
- Travel Fare Considerations
- Quality of Living Rankings
- Best and Worst Prepared Cities
- 5 Happiest and Saddest Countries
- Gifts and Goods for Others
- The Road to Success
- 9 Things Cruise Lines Usually Won’t Mention
- 21 Things Your Burglar Won’t Tell You
- Travel Brochure Terms (translated)
- How To Pack Clothes
Category Archives: Travel
Unless you are planning travel for high-traffic days, like Christmas or July 4th, you stand the best chance of finding the lowest possible airfare 45 days out for domestic flights and 60 days out for international flights. You will seldom … Continue reading
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Personal safety and quality of living criteria can vary from person to person as much as place to place. Research consulting firm Mercer has released its 2011 Quality of Living Report, which includes ranking of the cities according to the … Continue reading
Some U.S. cities are more equipped and prepared than others to survive disasters. Disasters come in all sorts of shapes, sizes, and severity. The list of natural disasters is long: earthquakes, tornadoes, tsunamis, hurricanes, snow and hail storms, fires, floods, … Continue reading
Countries are often ranked according to their GDP (Gross Domestic Production). Usually not considered, or even having any consistent criteria, is some kind of GHQ (Gross Happiness Quotient).
There are many “roads” to “success” – but few “worth” taking are short or easy.
1. Fancy ships don’t always have staff or service to match.
1. Avoid announcing your vacation on your Facebook page. It’s easier than you think to look up your address.
Old world charm (Room and a bath)
Individually folding items of clothing and then piling them atop one another is sometimes just about the worst thing you can do from a packing perspective.