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By Matt Gibson | September 14, 2013

Your bags are packed, your boarding pass is printed, and now you’re rushing ou

By Cam Wears | September 10, 2013

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By Cam Wears | September 2, 2013

Having a baby is a game changer. The first time you hold your precious little pe

By Nora Dunn | August 27, 2013

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By Matt Gibson | August 15, 2013

  We’ve been waiting for a formal list like this for a long time. As

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Convincing an airline employee to give you an upgrade may seem difficult, but a

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By Cassie Kifer When we first got our dog, I was a bit nervous about how this wo

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By Steph Spencer | December 20, 2012

Interrailing is great fun – and buying a Europe rail pass is one of the most e

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If staying home amid the ice and snow over the holidays has lost its lustre, def

By Steph Spencer | November 6, 2012

You’ve lost count of how many minutes have passed since any luggage came o

By Steph Spencer | September 20, 2012

Few fields have a deeper love of jargon than the travel industry. Let’s de

By Steph Spencer | June 17, 2012

It is extremely rare to encounter a traveller who doesn’t care where they sit

By Steph Spencer | March 23, 2012

You’ve arrived at the hotel, perhaps after a long journey. It’s time to enjo

By Guest Author | September 21, 2010

Fees, fees, fees! Excess airlines fees are, at times, the bane of the 21st centu

By Guest Author | July 18, 2010

Although globalization has brought us closer together in many ways, most of us w

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It’s always enrich ing to discover native customs when traveling abroad, b

By Guest Author | June 22, 2010

Traveling to far-flung locales always has its perils, and it’s good to be

By Guest Author | June 3, 2010

There’s no surefire way of avoiding turbulence. Although weather systems can b

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No matter how much fun you might be having on your international jaunt, there ar

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Today, a major war is being waged around the issue of carry-on baggage. In one c

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