With the trend toward more safety videos and fewer or reduced safety demos, one begins to wonder how far removed we are from the death of safety presentations entirely.
Monthly Archives for May 2014.
Ultimate Fodorite Finalist, Amy, describes a trip to Australia with her nieces in a report laced with wonderfully detailed descriptions and finely crafted witticisms that would make any humorist proud.
Delays, lost luggage, rude gate agents … these are all legitimate and oft repeated complaints about airlines. But the following two threads, in which FlyerTalk members offer a litany of trivial – but still very real – airline complaints, are prime examples of why I started this blog. The threads: What’s the stupidest, least substantive…
ThreadTripping strives to highlight the astounding conversations taking place in the online frequent travel communities – no matter in which community the conversation happens to be taking place.
About 65% of the world’s population live in countries with right-hand traffic and 35% in countries with left-hand traffic. So, what happens at the borders?
Reason #46 why you absolutely have to love online forums that cater to world travelers – where else will you find someone post, without a touch of wryness, “Anyone been to Yemen recently?”
If you just so happen to be planning a trip to Europe und you also just so happen to be in the market for a new car you might want to consider a BMW European Delivery.
When you enter an aircraft, one thought you absolutely do not want to have is, “boy, this airplane sure looks run down.” Is there one carrier whose planes are cleaner than the rest?
If we complained about all of the people who have annoyed us all we would be doing is annoying others with our complaints. And so what do we do? We figure out ways to complain that don’t sound like we’re complaining.
You probably tip the hotel doorman and the person who brings your bags to your room. But would you ever tip a hotel’s front desk clerk?