Exactly 24 years ago we started travelling together – little did we know that would mark not just the beginning of our lives together as husband and wife, but the beginning of a journey that would turn us into travel bloggers. Back in the day, the advice we got for planning our honeymoon was – “don’t worry about planning some exotic vacation – save yourself the stress – just wait until you’re married and book something last-minute, you’ll save yourselves a fortune!” Who knew that our first vacation together would turn out to be the worst we’d ever experience … and THAT my friends turned out to be the FIRST and LAST, last-minute vacation we’d ever take. Fortunately, what didn’t kill us (almost quite literally) made us smarter.
After long-debating the idea of venturing to Instagram with TravelBloggers.ca, we’ve decided to take the plunge. Why would we hesitate? Well, while we know anything and everything social media is the way to go these days, we wanted to make sure we’d use the platform wisely – not haphazardly. Since we’re not on the road 24-7-365 we felt Instagram might not be the place for us, since we wouldn’t have something new and exciting to share every day. Sure we have thousands of photos we could pump out to our audience, but we wanted to do something more
In 2015, only 1.59 percent of all U.S. domestic flights were canceled, and only about 0.3 percent were diverted to an airport other than the original destination. But though your odds of being canceled are slight, you can face some real hassles if it does happen. Read more about your rights involving over-booked and cancelled flights on AirFare WatchDog – What Are My Rights if My Flight Is Cancelled?
Have you ever wondered why your seat mate paid a different price for the same flight? Airline ticketing is a complex process. The more you know about how seat pricing works, the better equipped you are for beating the system. Here’s a rundown of what goes into a ticket.
It’s that time of year when everyone resolves to do something … be a better person, lose weight, get fit, eat right, organize the chaos, quit smoking, simplify, and on and on the lists go. As TravelBloggers we figure there have to be at least a few of you out there (like us) who are itching to travel more. Maybe that’s your New Year’s resolution … if not … maybe it should be!
Jet Lag effects people in different ways… here are some useful tips from Thomas Cook to make your future travel across time zones more comfortable.