Should a 24-year-old with a stable job spend a lot of money and take a long backpacking trip or should she play it safer, save her money, and keep her nose to the grindstone?
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The passion with which AirBNB hosts and guests express their conviction to the “trust is a beautiful thing” philosophy would indicate that the business model is going to be successful in the long term.
This discussion taking place on the City-Data forums is incredibly informative and is definitely worth a read if you are planning a visit to Europe and are unsure about how to manage the money exchange issue.
It seems weird doesn’t it that in 2015 you still carry around a little book of blank pages and when you cross a border someone physically picks up a stamp, dips it in ink, and stamps your little book. The whole process just seems so antiquated.
Would you travel by bus if you knew the busses were new, the seats were comfortable, and the in-ride entertainment options were good? Would clean terminals with dining and restroom options that were fully staffed with security personnel 24-7-365 cause you to consider the bus as a travel option?
This post, and the thread featured within, is all about laughing at other people. People who do and say stupid stuff. People who deserve to be laughed at. People not like us. You know … tourists.
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.
About a year ago “This is That”, a Canadian show hosted by Pat Kelly and Peter Oldring, ran an episode in which they spoke to the CEO of Atlanta-based North Gulf Air. The CEO, Clarence Hickey, was on the show to discuss a new fee the airline had introduced – namely a charge-by-the-pound fee based…
A couple of weeks back I sorta kinda laid into Travellerspoint member meadysy5 for seeking advice as to whether he should quit his job to travel. Today I offer my unfair, but more positively, opinionated take on Nolegator’s approach to essentially the same dilemma.
Many ThreadTripping readers choose hotels based on loyalty programs. But over on the City-Data forums they take a different approach to hotel/motel selection.