How to Prepare for a Longer Journey or Sabbatical by Greg Garcia Occasionally in life we are presented with the opportunity to travel for more than the traditional two-week holiday that we Americans are accustomed to. A sabbatical, a job transition, or a mean case of wander-lust can have you adventuring for months on end.… Read More
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Tips to Make Coach Feel Like First Class Many a seasoned globetrotter will tell you they love everything about travel—except the actual traveling. Airplane seats have gotten smaller, flights are more crowded and it’s been a long time since anyone claimed that “getting there is half the fun.” But that doesn’t mean you can’t travel… Read More
How to Pack Lighter & Tighter – 5 Steps to a more packable & versatile travel wardrobe, while keeping it light. The key to packing light and tight is to think about versatility above all else: Can you wear that sundress sightseeing, and to the beach? Can you dress down those slacks with a tee,… Read More
Every journey begins with a dream—of new vistas, discoveries and experiences. Turning your dreams into reality is a journey in itself, from picking a destination to deciding what clothes you’ll wear each day. Best Times to Travel It’s no secret that high summer (July and August) brings out the traveling masses—and the accompanying peaks in… Read More
Harried mainlanders with packed itineraries will find that island life marches to a different drummer. Trying to fight this slower, hang-loose pace won’t make islanders go faster. As you exit the aircraft, take a deep breath, smile and remember you’re on vacation. Slowing down is the point of the whole exercise. Aloha & Merci Many… Read More
Tips for skipping the lines. How to get free admission. Make the most of your museum visit by reading up on our museum Travel Tips before you go. Advance Reservations Required If you’ve ever shown up at a museum only to find it’s sold out for the day, you already know that many of the… Read More