A lost, stolen, or otherwise compromised bankcard can be one of a traveler’s worst nightmares. Here are some tips to help you reduce the chances of any of these things happening during your trip.
Archive | September, 2013
It all depends on WHERE you purchase your travel insurance. Here are some tips on what to consider when selecting a travel insurance provider.
For most people, the 40s can be both a very challenging and satisfying time. Many are entering their peak earning years at work and raising teen-agers simultaneously. Many also have the financial resources to take the kinds of trips they only dreamed about in their 20s and 30s and even, maybe, to splurge a little […]
Recently, we posted 5 tips to consider so you don embarrass yourself when traveling abroad. We found this such a rich subject, we wrote a follow-up post with 6 additional tips…
So, what are some tips for connecting more deeply with our destinations—for increasing our chances of getting that “emotional lift” we all hope to find when we travel? Keeping in mind that this is a subject large enough for entire books, here are 6 thoughts to mull over.
If you think you are having problems with your airline regarding lost luggage, see the kind of problems Rhod Gilbert has with his luggage.
With a little patience and creativity, you’ll find that communicating with non-English speakers when you’re traveling can be easier than you think. Here are 6 helpful tips.
If you’re ever booked for a cruise that’s cancelled because of a mechanical breakdown, here are a few cruise insurance tips to keep in mind.
Will travel insurance cover you for extra costs–such as additional airline or hotel fees–incurred if you want to change your trip dates?
This is a very sensible question, of course. But, it’s probably best to break it into 2 more specific questions: “When does my trip cancellation coverage go into effect?” and “When are the other coverage features of the policy in effect?”
In the interest of fairness, we thought we would divide our choices for 10 trips to take in your 30s into 3 categories: romantic escapes, getaways for singles, and family vacations.
Here are 5 tips we thought would be helpful to anyone preparing for a first trip overseas — tips to help assure that you’re a little more in sync with the local customs and preferences.