Another year has flown by, holiday celebrations are wrapping up, and 2018 has arrived. With any luck, your new year brings with it a long list of travel plans and dreams. Wherever your adventures take you this year, these 18 travel tips will make your journeys better than ever before.
Are you someone who gets a warm fuzzy inspiring feeling when reading travel quotes as you prepare for your next adventure?
I am. But after exhausting the list of classic travel quotes, I started seeking inspiration from sports. Why not take a quote from something else you love in life and see if you can find some travel inspiration? Perhaps that’s religion or food. Or what about a movie star or your favourite author?
Have you ever wondered about the germs and bacteria on airplanes?
I don’t think of myself as a germaphobe, but have you considered the quality of air and the cleanliness of airplane cabins?
For as much of a thrill as exploring the world may be, there’s one thing most travelers agree on: the actual act of getting there can be a major drag. Airplanes are crowded, cramped spaces where you’re more likely to get a crick in your neck than a wink of sleep, leaving you grumpy and groggy when you finally reach your destination. Flying long distances doesn’t have to be totally miserable, though! Here are nine ways to make your next flight more comfortable.
Your trip is approaching, your itinerary is sorted, and you’re eagerly counting down the hours until you reach your destination. Only one obstacle stands between you and your journey, and it’s no small feat: packing. Fitting all of the items you may need for your trip into your luggage can prove to be quite a challenge. These travel experts share their advice for packing like a total pro.
Smart phones have revolutionized the way we travel. Staying in touch with friends and family back home, navigating each twist and turn of a new city, finding the best attractions in your next destination… There’s an app for nearly everything. Here are six stand-out travel apps that you’ll be itching to try on your next trip. Even better, they’re free, so you can devote more of your dollars, euros, or yens to making your journey as memorable as possible.