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  • September 25, 2011
    Big Pocket Travel vest lets you carry an entire suitcase of items on you

    If you’re worried about the baggage fees airlines charge you these days then this Big Pocket Travel jacket, a low-cost, over-sized, airline-friendly, light-weight jacket is the ideal travel accessory for you that lets you carry up to 22 pounds of stuff with you on the plane. Created by British company Rufus Roo, the Travel jacket […]


  • September 14, 2011
    Hacker Fares on Kayak will save you money on airfares

    Kayak.com introduced a new term called Hacker Fares, along with their ‘nonstop’, ‘1 stop’ options, that allows you to book two one-way flights with separate airlines and separate tickets. The whole idea is to save money by choosing one-way flights on different airlines. You can always deactivate this option by unchecking the “Show results that […]


  • September 14, 2011
    Follow us on Facebook or Twitter for latest news, articles & updates

    Consider liking us on Facebook if you spend more time there. We post a lot of articles, stories and other travel related stuff from around the web, so you’re in touch with everything that’s happening on the planet. Not a fan of Facebook, you say? How about Twitter? Oh yeah! Head over to Twitter to […]


  • September 6, 2011
    Travel tip: Saving money on Frontier Airlines (U.S. only)

    If you are flying Frontier Airlines, then avoid paying baggage fees by having a bag that is small enough to call a carry-on, but big enough to not fit in the small overhead bin in the aircraft. Once you’re at the gate, Frontier Airlines will “gate-check” your bag by tagging it with a pink-slip for […]


  • September 6, 2011
    Airlines offer V.I.P. treatment for a price

    Waiting in long security lines is annoying for any passenger and everyone wished they could sweep through and get in front of the line or board the plane along with the first class passengers. This is possible now. Some airlines are offering services reserved for V.I.P.s and celebrities to the common man for a price. […]


  • August 31, 2011
    South Africa revises Yellow Fever policy

    The Department of Health has informed South African Society of Travel Medicine (SASTM) of the following amendments in its Yellow Fever policy: The Republic of South Africa (RSA) has reviewed its yellow fever vaccination requirements policy, which will be effective from October 1, 2011. As of October 1, 2011, all travelers from Zambia will be […]


  • August 24, 2011
    New rules protecting passengers went into effect (U.S. only)

    August 23, 2011 saw the implementation of some new airline regulations meant to address hidden ticket fees, long waits on the tarmac, and compensation of bumped passengers. Here is a breakdown of the final rules that the U.S. Department of Transportation will begin enforcing this week, as outlined by USA Today: If a U.S. or […]


  • August 24, 2011
    Mumbai railway stations to start prepaid taxi service

    Travelers to India have been warned and some have also experienced the exorbitant cab rates and scams. A few years back some airports in India launched the pre-paid taxis which gave some guarantee that international travelers will not be scammed into double rates than locals. Now, the RTO (Regional Transport Office) will sign a memorandum […]


  • August 23, 2011
    Mediterranean Majesty for minimal money

    Sun, sea and spending are the three components of the average Mediterranean cruise. The cruise costs a lot, the frequent port visits inevitably drain your bank balance and you always end up forking out more euros than you wanted for an emergency cab ride from Rome back to Civitavecchia before the boat leaves. All is […]


  • July 28, 2011
    Airlines that refund when price drops

    Different airlines have different policies on refunding your money if the price drops on that non-refundable ticket after you purchased it. Don’t get going on those fine prints of every airlines because Airfarewatchdog compares airline policies in a chart for your reference. This is what they have to say: Well, if the fare difference applies […]


  • July 28, 2011
    Travel pillow has an in-built MP3 player pouch

    Traveling on a flight is not easy especially if you have many hours on the plane and if you’re like me, then you may want to rest your eyes for the length of the air-time – be it one hour or sixteen hours. And we all agree that the greedy airline companies are narrowing the […]


  • July 12, 2011
    Travel to world’s newest nation: South Sudan

    African nation of Sudan recently broke up into two nations with the southern part claiming to be the world’s newest nation – South Sudan. Developed countries around the world have recognized this country, but they still warn citizens not to travel to South Sudan because of “extremely dangerous security situation, the risk of armed conflict, […]


  • July 8, 2011
    Cost2Drive.com tells you how much it costs to drive in U.S.

    Most of us are planning trips during this time of the year with family or friends and wouldn’t it be nice to know exactly how much it will cost you in gas to drive and how much at each fill-up along the way? Cost2Drive.com promises to give you those answers. We put this website to […]


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