Travel by plane, train and ship is amazing – each in its own way. But for most of us, there might be no more freeing form of travel than when we settle into our own car for a good old fashioned road trip.
Monthly Archives for July 2014.
This discussion about upgrading to business-class on an intra-European flight reminds me of the old saying about peeing on my leg and telling me it’s raining. You will have to click through to find out why.
How do you get the most bang for your hard-earned miles? It’s a question that plagues all miles and points collectors – including one who you might be surprised to see struggle with it.
It’s natural after any tragedy involving air travel to pause and reflect on our views about travel. How do we benefit from travel? What do we enjoy about it? Why do we travel and why should we continue to do so?
The three most popular posts/thread on ThreadTripping last week, as well as a list of all of the travelers and travel communities that were featured over the course of the week.
An Australian mom is trying to decide whether to continue the travel approach her family has been employing – namely short trips, but more of them – or splurge on one big vacation to Disneyland while the kids are still young enough to enjoy it.
Here I thought climbing into a cage, having that cage submerged into Great White shark infested waters and allowing people on the boat to pour chum all over you and the cage was pretty adventurous. Then TravelKane comes along and says, “Who needs the cage?”!
This discussion isn’t about your favorite dishes/types of food. This discussion is about determining what’s your favorite food served at a specific location.
Eat where the locals eat. Get a peek into what it’s really like to live in a place you are visiting. These are common yet elusive goals for many travelers.
We all have places we’d like to visit – if only they weren’t so darn dangerous, or so darn difficult to get there. If You Only Had The Guts To Do It, Where Would You Go?