Kelsey Prima was planning a trip to Bangkok, then on to Phnom Penh, Cambodia. It was a complicated itinerary using multiple airlines, the sort of thing that many travelers wouldn’t want to plan on their own, so she used a company called TravelMerry.
Oregon’s cool and mysterious coast isn’t a what-you-see-is-what-you-get kind of place. Only repeated visits allow you to discover why it’s one of America’s most underrated destinations.
Welcome back. What’s that? You didn’t want to come home? You might have a touch of the post-vacation blues.
Tiffany Jones wasn’t worried about her upcoming trip to Albuquerque. After all, she’d purchased a World Nomads travel insurance policy.
When Nicholas Nygaard and his wife returned home from a trip early to attend a family member’s funeral, he tried to reschedule his trip using Expedia. Then he found that Expedia had sold him tickets with the wrong dates. He asked our advocates for help in getting the dates corrected.
It’s often the most overlooked travel accessory — an afterthought to your itinerary that barely registers on your packing list. It’s your shoes.
Deanna Cotton is planning a trip to Israel soon. She wants to hedge her bets, and hopes travel insurance will help.
What’s the first thing you should do when you plan an international trip? If you said “Confirm the validity of your passport and investigate the visa requirements of the country you’ve decided to visit,” then maybe you know Thomas LaViolette.
If you’ve ever been to a travel trade show, you’ve probably seen the freeloaders. They prowl the floor in small
As far as ridiculous stories go, Nina Radkiewicz’ ranks right up there with the best of ’em. Or, depending on
Greetings from Chattanooga, Tenn., our first stopover on our month-long road trip out to Oregon. We spent yesterday packing, cleaning
We’re a nation of drivers, no doubt about it.
I am not allowed to show you any pictures of our 2007 Honda Accord.
Craig and Jamie Talley just had the worst vacation ever. Their words, not mine. I’ve seen a lot of bad trips, and as far as “worst vacations” go, this one’s right up there with the worst of ’em.
If you don’t have the time or the money for vacation this summer, maybe you can spare a few hours for a daycation.
Here’s a balloon disaster with a happy ending.