Tag Archives: Travel

Strikes – live updates: Royal mail staff to stage walkout as travel chaos continues in run up to Christmas

Strikes: Every industrial walkout taking place in December Sign up to Simon Calder’s free travel email for weekly expert advice and money-saving discounts Get Simon Calder’s Travel email Thousands of postal service staff will stage a walkout in a move that the Royal Mail has criticized as “a cynical attempt to hold Christmas to ransom”.… Read More »

Holiday travel: Strategies for getting where you want to go

(CNN) — Thousands of Thursday and Friday flights have already been canceled as holiday travelers try to make their way to their destinations. Chicago O’Hare and Denver International airports were seeing the most cancellations on Thursday, according to data from flight tracking site FlightAwarewhile many of Friday’s cancellations were affecting Detroit Metropolitan Airport and LaGuardia… Read More »

Temperatures plunge as a severe winter storm blasts the US, snarling travel and prompting emergency declarations

CNN — A major winter storm blasting much of the central and eastern US is bringing record-breaking temperature drops and harsh snowy conditions that have resulted in flight cancellations, highway closures and several state emergency declarations. The storm is touching nearly every state, with more than 100 million people across the US currently under winter… Read More »

Storm Adds Uncertainty To Strong Holiday Travel Demand

Concerns about illness or inflation aren’t stopping Americans from hitting the roads and airports this holiday season. But a massive winter storm might. Forecasters predict an onslaught of heavy snow, ice, flooding and powerful winds from Thursday to Saturday in a broad swath of the country, from the Plains and Midwest to the East Coast.… Read More »

Upset family son, 11, kicked off flight for traveling without an adult

Traveling anywhere alone can be stressful, but it can be even worse when you’re just a kid. A family in Australia is upset after their 11-year-old son was kicked off a flight for traveling without an adult. RELATED: Video of Toddler ‘Running Wild’ During 8-Hour Flight Causes Outrage Online The son was accompanied by his… Read More »

The world’s most ‘overrated’ and ‘underrated’ cities, with Orlando taking the top spot in disappointment

The most overrated city in the world is Orlando, Florida, according to research that analyzed online reviews. The study revealed that of more than 9,000 Tripadvisor reviews about Orlando, one in five (19.52 percent) contained phrases related to being disappointed and disappointed. Close behind Orlando is Indonesia’s capital Jakarta, with the researchers finding that one… Read More »

This Spanish city is the number 1 place to live and work abroad

Valencia, Spain is the #1 city for expats to live and work abroad in 2022, according to a survey of over 12,000 respondents by InterNations, an online expat community with over 4.5 million global members. Spain’s third-largest city, Valencia was also named the year’s Design Capital of the World for its architectural wonders spanning UNESCO… Read More »

Most dangerous places to travel in 2023 revealed

Thinking of traveling abroad next year? You might want to stay away from Afghanistan, Mali, Syria, Iraq and Ukraine, which are among the world’s most dangerous destinations for business and leisure travelers alike. That’s according to this year’s “Travel Risk Map,” compiled by global safety experts and clinicians at risk assessment firm International SOS. The… Read More »

These Malaysians want more people to give backpacking a try

For most of us, a thirst for adventure is why we explore foreign lands. Regardless of what stage of life we ​​are in, there is no denying that deep down there is always a desire to see and experience something new and escape any stressful situation that we constantly find ourselves in in our daily… Read More »