Have you used corporate rates “inappropriately” when booking hotels? And, if so, how did it work out … and did you/do you feel morally deficient?
Monthly Archives for November 2014.
As is pointed out in a thread on the Lonely Planet forums, there is a genre of literature that is popular with many travelers – namely fiction or non-fiction tales that include extensive descriptions of the geography, destinations and the culture of the region.
Do frequent flyer programs need to evolve with the times and become simpler, more intuitive? Or would doing so necessarily remove most of the value of the programs for the truly frequent traveler?
Do Macedonians mistreat Indo-Canadians? The short answer is “no”. The follow-up questions are, “What would make you ask that?”; “What’s an Indo-Canadian?”; and “Why didn’t you ask this sooner?”
The three most popular posts/thread on ThreadTripping last week.
What’s the first thing Songdoc is going to do once he returns from his trip to New Zealand? Pen a nasty letter to the New Zealand Tourism Board – that’s what.
Sleep is a sort of bizarre thing. Our bodies are designed to require it. Yet, many find it exceptionally difficult to achieve … particularly when they are staying at a hotel.
There are no shortage of discussions amongst travelers around the interwebs about travel clothing options. But which fabrics do travelers prefer their clothing to be made of for specific garments?
It is exciting to think about hanging it all up, even if only for a brief while, and seeing the world at your own pace. Here’s to a trip of a lifetime. May you find joy, strength, wonder and fulfillment. To “no regrets” and the promise of tomorrow.
We travel to see temples, cathedrals, natural wonders, ancient ruins … to collect miles, to eat at a particular restaurant, to stay at a destination hotel. But how many staircases do you have on your “must visit” checklists?