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7 Holiday Travel Apps That’ll Let You Jingle Around The World

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7 Holiday Travel Apps That’ll Let You Jingle Around The World

No matter where you’re heading to, traveling can be particularly chaotic throughout the holiday season. But if you have some of the best holiday travel apps downloaded on your phone, then you can jingle all around the world with hopefully a lot more ease. In a few hours, you can be prancing through the door at your…

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Business travel pain points? Read more to find out

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Business travel pain points? Read more to find out

An independent survey commissioned by CWT, the B2B4E travel management platform, has revealed the two most significant worries that frequent flyers complain of. These are a deterioration of life at home, and increased pressure on colleagues.  As per the research, when it comes to their personal life, 22 per cent of the respondents believe that…

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Why You Need to Consider Buying This Beaten-Down Travel Stock

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Why You Need to Consider Buying This Beaten-Down Travel Stock

Thursday was a terrible day to be a shareholder in Expedia Group (NASDAQ:EXPE). The company suffered a nearly 30% evisceration of its stock price, essentially due in large part to what Expedia says are developments basically outside of its control. Prior to today, the company had packs of bulls supporting its share price, which had generally risen…

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Jodhpur in world’s top 10 emerging travel destinations. Planning a trip?

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Jodhpur in world’s top 10 emerging travel destinations. Planning a trip?

Jodhpur among world’s top 10 emerging travel destinations Photo: Reuters Agra is passe. In India, more foreign tourists now want to visit Jodhpur, than the city of Taj. Don’t take our word for it? Take that of digital travel leader booking.com, which has delved into global booking trends to reveal the top 10 emerging travel…

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Indian passport holder? Now travel to Brazil without a Visa

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Indian passport holder? Now travel to Brazil without a Visa

Brazilia President on Thursday said that Indians will no longer need visas to visit Brazil. (Photo: Reuters) Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said on Thursday the South American nation will drop its requirement that visiting Chinese and Indian tourists or businesspeople obtain visas. Bolsonaro, a far-right politician, came to power at the beginning of the year…

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The Best Dog Gear For Travel

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The Best Dog Gear For Travel

I have had dogs my entire adult life, and as a travel writer, there are plenty of times I cannot take my dog (or dogs) with me because of the flights, distances or other complications. To compensate, I make it a point to traveling with my dog whenever possible, which means just about every driving trip,…

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From Rs 30K to Rs 2.50 lakh, millennials take loans to travel

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From Rs 30K to Rs 2.50 lakh, millennials take loans to travel

YOLO seems to be the motto the millennials live by. A recent study by IndiaLends, a new-age digital lending platform, found that 85% of individuals who applied for loans of Rs 30,000 to Rs 2.50 lakh for travel purposes were millennials. The study was conducted ahead of World Tourism Day which is celebrated on September 27 and…

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Top 5 Books On Travel To Read

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Top 5 Books On Travel To Read

The success of any travel book is not measured by the awards it wins but in the miles it covers with the readers. Reading a travel book can transform you as a person and your imagination can inspire you to travel miles, hike, drive, fly and swim. We have got to you covered with an…

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The travel agency of Britain’s far-flung 19th-century empire is dead

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The travel agency of Britain’s far-flung 19th-century empire is dead

The British travel agency Thomas Cook, which announced its bankruptcy today (Sept. 23), was born with a railway journey that took place in 1841—the same year that Hong Kong was ceded to Britain, then at the peak of its imperial power. The liquidation, which followed the collapse of last-ditch bailout talks over the weekend, has set off…

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These travel companies add climate-conscious options to your itinerary

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These travel companies add climate-conscious options to your itinerary

Hundreds of thousands of students skipped school around the globe on Friday, and took to the streets demanding action to deter catastrophic climate change. From Australia to Kenya to Berlin, the demonstrations were kick-started by 16-year-old Swedish activist Greta Thunberg, who led protests in the U.S. Earlier this month, Thunberg sailed across the Atlantic ocean to attend…

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Escape to the Whitsundays with this hot travel deal alert

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Escape to the Whitsundays with this hot travel deal alert

Home to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, the Whitsundays is arguably one of the most beautiful places in the country – and you could be headed to Daydream Island Resort thanks to this hot deal alert from Flight Centre. With fresh accommodation and a revitalised swimming hub, the resort allows you to swim and enjoy unparalleled…

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Quirky travel tech: the latest travel gadgets to make your trips easier

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Quirky travel tech: the latest travel gadgets to make your trips easier

Each September the world’s tech innovators come together in Berlin to show off their latest and greatest gadgets at IFA. The media tends to concentrate only on the newest phones and giant TVs, but there’s a lot more going on behind the scenes that rarely gets written about. Check out T3’s ultimate travel guide Make sure you’re…

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18 Inspiring books to gift travelers this holiday

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18 Inspiring books to gift travelers this holiday

ALL THE #INSTATRAVEL posts or Tripadvisor reviews can’t take the place of a gorgeous photo book or a compelling travel tale that you can get lost in. These 18 new books will inspire wanderlust, shine a light on a corner of the world you might not have known about, and help you explore more deeply once…

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Travelling around the world by train

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Travelling around the world by train

Sparked off by the success of her earlier project of traversing India on 80 trains, Monisha Rajesh’s Around the World in 80 Trains is an outright pleasure to read. The seven-month trip is carefully planned, and features journeys on a wide spectrum of trains, from almost ramshackle ones to those featuring on travellers’ bucket lists like…

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