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The lessions we learned when travelling with our teenage daughter and son: Involve your teen in trip planning – involving your teen in trip planning is key. Even though your son or daughter will likely respond with a casual “whatever,” … Continue reading tips for travelling with teens
Piedmont, Italy While Spain has its tomato-throwing, Italy’s biggest food fight takes place in the town of Ivrea, and involves oranges – lots of them. They are the weapon of choice in a re-enactment of a battle that took … Continue reading Some Great Carnival Alternatives in Europe
Travelers used to checking e-mail for free when hopping around the world are often hit by an unpleasant surprise when searching for public Wi-Fi in Germany. Many restaurants, cafes and hotels restrict access to their hotspots or don’t offer any … Continue reading What is it with Germany and public Wifi…?
As a Traveler or Digital Nomad you have an endless opportunity to meet small local businesses all over the world and promote their products worldwide. Dropshipping is not only about Aliexpress or China products, you can either run an ecommerce site with quality products from your home country and sell them worldwide or vice-versa include unique products from destinations you have visited.
Because you’re not carrying or managing any inventory, and there’s no upfront cost, there’s little risk to setting this all up. If you work with trustworthy suppliers, with your eshop site, you are processing customer orders and manufacturers (local small businesses) send products to your customers on your behalf while you travel the world.
Netherlands – from Jan. 1, 2017 onwards it is mandatory that riders of e-bikes, which are able to reach a speeds of up to 45 km/h, must wear helmets. CAUTION – the helmets used MUST be specially designed for … Continue reading Want to ride a bicycle? In Europe? Here are some changes starting 2017
A wise man once said drinking alcohol is like borrowing fun from tomorrow. He might’ve been right, but here are a few ways to help you through the hangover! Part I Line your stomach You’ve probably heard people waffling … Continue reading On Dec. 31 we party…hangover cures that work…part I…before & during your night out..
Every airline has their own baggage allowance rules and regulations, and if you’re transferring from one airline to another during your travels it can be hard to keep track of what’s allowed. To help travellers out, we have posted this … Continue reading Baggage Allowance Guide for EVERY International Airline
One of our colleagues worked for a major cruise lines for quite some years’. Here it is in a nutshell… The waiters in your restaurants and your cabin stewards are part of an automated tipping system. The bar staff … Continue reading Cruise Lines – tip or no tip – a never-ending story
Imagine – you are cruising in Europe, and you stop e.g. in Barcelona, Marseille, Florence (Livorno), Rome (Civitavecchia), and so on. On a trip ashore you discover this great wine shop with all these superb wines, and you immediately picture yourself … Continue reading Cruise Lines – Can I bring alcohol on my cruise? It depends…
Just a REMINDER should some airlines “still work on their system” and the airline is still charging you. UK Air Passenger Duty has been abolished for children aged 2 to 11 years when travelling in economy class, on all … Continue reading Travel from UK: Air Passenger Duty* (APD) for children & young persons
Meet LiLou, San Francisco Airport’s Therapy Pig to Help People Fly. This little piggy, part of the Wag Brigade, is the first known airport therapy pig in the U.S., according to the San Francisco International Airport. Her name is LiLou. … Continue reading The Fear of Flight….