Whether you’re heading out to explore the back roads locally or you break out your passport and Global Entry to immerse yourself in a new culture, entirely different from your own, travel is an education like no other.
After more than a year of sticking close to home, travelers are ready to book their own vacation. In the chance that your desire to travel happens to outpace your finances, a growing number of “travel now, pay later” services are making immediate vacations possible. Services such as Klarna and Afterpay give you the flexibilityContinue reading “Travel Now … Pay Later!”
It’s no surprise that I’m a fan of villas, but there’s a reason why I love them (no, make that 10 reasons why I love them) and I think they can be better than any other type of group accommodation.
For many people, the hardest part of traveling (aside from waiting for your vacation to start) is packing.
You may have long looked to a network of trusted travel professionals to take you to the far corners of the earth.
The New Year is the perfect time to stop procrastinating, and start organizing you home, your life and your mind.
So if someone sneezes eight rows away, should you be worried?
This is the first blog I’ve ever written regarding the subject of race and racism in the travel industry. As a woman of color, I see this as my opportunity to reflect and educate instead of being considered as simply an “angry black woman,” – a stereotype that has long been used to highlight womenContinue reading “What the Travel Industry Can Do to Fight Racism!”
Whether your little ones are anxious or pretty chill, when it comes to traveling, they will be on high alert and their energy is going to increase. If you are prepped and ready, getting there can be half the fun — by plane, train or automobile!
It’s hard enough getting a hotel or flight cancellation refund if you booked directly, but it can be even more difficult to get cash back if you made your reservation through a third-party site, including online travel agencies (OTAs) like Expedia or Priceline.