Travel agents have been searching and booking request for many, many years, but sometimes they receive requests that are a bit, well, interesting to say the least.
Here are some of the most ludicrous demands made by customers, some of which may make you think, “some people are just really out there”.
I bet everyone reading this owns a smartphone, whether it’s an Android, Apple or Window device, there are apps on there that you rely heavily on for your day-to-day activities.
But there are probably a few apps out there that you may not have come across, but really should. They can be life-changing for those who love (or have to) travel.
Here’s a list of the best travel apps to help you get around, surf safely, chat freely, and so much more.
Are you one of those people that like to grab a meal in the airport terminal right before your flight? From burgers, chicken wings, and smoothies to a good ole’ cup of joe to keep you awake for the next few hours—the choices are endless. But a lot of these edible options are not your stomachs best friend, especially when you’re about to fly.
Many foods, in fact, will cause your tummy feel bloated and gassy, making your whole trip very uncomfortable (and even harder for you to fall asleep). So to make your long flight a bit more enjoyable, here are a few foods and drinks to avoid. Your digestive system will thank you ;).
Vacations are not cheap, and some of you save for months so that your time can be spent relaxing (not worrying about spending those extra dollars). But dealing with foreign currency exchange can hit you a bit hard when you get off that plane, especially if you’ve already budgeted out your vacation.
With ATMs and currency converters charging you crazy fees that sometimes can confuse you, no wonder some of us get ripped off when we hand over our dollar bills. However, there are a few tricks that will help you avoid being duped, allowing you to keep your vacation budget (and head) intact. 😉
Okay, being kicked off a plane for screaming or threatening people or the surrounding environment is one thing, but for others, the reason can be a bit absurd. Here are some incidents that forced passengers off planes, leaving them in awe…even we feel bad for them.
Being hit with jet lag is not rare—it happens to most of us who travel, whether we’re flying long distances or short. And no matter how hard we try, some of us end up suffering more than others as we try to adapt to the time change.
However, regardless of how many time zones you’ve crossed, or how many times you’ve flown, there are easy ways to help you cure jet lag and even beat it.
Here are some recommendations we think will help you every time:
It’s barely September, and we’re talking about holiday travel already? Well, yes. And here’s why: many people believe that the sooner you book your hotel rooms and airline seats, the better the deal, but that’s not entirely true.
Skyscanner, a travel search engine, recently performed a study that showed how the best times to book your accommodation and tickets for holiday travel is four weeks before each holiday, be it Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Years. There can even be deeper discounts if you book a week prior, but that type of risk is left to those who are willing to take one.
Air travel to Mars may no longer be just a dream. Imaginative, a nonprofit organization, has created a conceptual design of Solar Express, an “express space train” that can take us from Earth to Mars in only a few hours.
The creators of Solar Express say that the train would travel at high speeds that do not slow down, and that it would “run non-stop, so smaller vessels would need to catch the train when it passed by,” according to its creators.
With so many airlines upgrading their business class seats, it’s no surprise that Delta has jumped on the bandwagon as well. In 2017, passengers will be able to experience the world’s first all-suite business class seat, “Delta One”, aboard Delta’s Airbus A350s.
Delta One will feature a sliding door, giving you the utmost privacy that you can experience in business class—a fully-enclosed suite that’s usually only seen in first class cabins.
Have you ever thought about travel insurance? With the recent attacks and the Zika virus outbreak, you may be wondering if you should insure your next trip. But what does insurance really cover? And, is the extra cost really worth it? (more…)