I have long believed, and still believe, that if SeatGuru, SeatExpert or some other similar site could develop an algorithm that would highlight seats that are positioned next to seats with a low chance of being filled, that site would gain an enormous audience.
Monthly Archives for October 2014.
As a resident of Colorado, I often tell people that skiing isn’t the only, or perhaps even the best, reason to visit the mountain towns. Summers in the mountains are absolutely gorgeous, with plenty of hiking, sight seeing and activities to keep you entertained. And the autumn might be even better, as the leaves are…
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.
In this post I would like to express my criticism of a fellow BoardingArea blogger – Wandering Aramean. I’m not judging his blog mind you. What I’m judging is his posting style within the travel community forums.
Should a 24-year-old working as an engineer keep his job and move out of his parent’s house, or quit to enjoy a 6-month Asian excursion and continue to live with his parents for the foreseeable future?
Most of you probably make your way to BoardingArea primarily to learn about ways you can travel more extensively and luxuriously at less expense. Well, over on TravelFreak.net Jeremy Foster makes a case for traveling with absolutely no money at all.