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
When making travel decisions, choose what is safest and most comfortable for your pet. For instance, unless you’ll be able to spend a lot of time with your dog, he’ll probably be happier at home than tagging along on your trip. … Continue reading How to Travel Safely with Your Pet…
Safety is a pretty big concern for any traveler. All those art museums, historical landmarks, and chill bars are going to be really hard to enjoy if you’re not safe. On that note, here are the safest and the most … Continue reading The safest and the most dangerous countries in the world 2016
When an earthquake hit Kinabalu on Borneo last year 18 people died. For the Dusun people it was clear: The guardians of the mountain showed their wrath. A few days prior some backpackers found it very funny to take … Continue reading The Culture Thing – when travelers & tourists misbehave
As it happened on December 7, 2016. Usually the announcements’ made by pilots are routine, for example to welcome the passengers prior to take off. More rare are the ones during the flight e.g. information about a geographic feature which … Continue reading True Tale – flight Southwest Airlines
Qantas, the Australian carrier, is planning the first nonstop flight in history between Australia and Europe. The flights should commence March 2018, taking off from Perth and touching down 17.5 hours later and 14.500 km further in London. This … Continue reading Nonstop from Australia to Europe
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
It does not really matter where we are – on Hawaii, in Africa or on a farm in Tyrol, Austria. Native culture is often an orchestration. But, this can have a silver lining. Perhaps every second traveler is asking … Continue reading Orchestrated for tourists…..yes? no?
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….
Travellers from 51 nations* may take a 72-hour, visa-free stopover in Beijing. A similar 72-hour stay is also possible on arrival in these other Chinese cities: Shanghai, Guangzhou, Chongqing, Kunming, Tianjin, Shenyang, Dalian, Xiamen, Xi’an, Wuhan, Guilin, Chengdu and Harbin. … Continue reading China – 72-hour, visa-free stopover