Posts Tagged “to”

18 Inspiring books to gift travelers this holiday

By |

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…

Read more »

Tulsee Nathu explains how to get the most out of business travel

By |

Tulsee Nathu explains how to get the most out of business travel

There are two schools of thought when it comes to business travel. For some professionals, traveling for business is a necessary evil, one that takes you away from the comforts of home and loved ones. For others, business travel provides a one-of-a-kind opportunity to visit new places, meet new people and collect memorable experiences (and…

Read more »

Who is listening to you?

By |

Who is listening to you?

Four of the biggest tech companies are using human contractors to listen in on samples of voice requests. This means requests between you and your voice assistant may have another set of ears listening in. One of the most popular voice assistants, Google Assistant, is included with most Android devices, devices running the Chrome browser,…

Read more »

Travel companies rely on offbeat destinations, tech adoption to beat slowdown

By |

Travel companies rely on offbeat destinations, tech adoption to beat slowdown

Despite the lack of policy boost, industry players are hoping for a revival soon Online travel company Easemytrip is focusing on promoting offbeat locations these days as a way to beat the overall slowdown in the travel and tourism industry. “At present, we are focusing on promoting offbeat locations that are equally beautiful but lesser-known…

Read more »

Tourism expert: ‘Many say they want to travel sustainably — but then they don’t’

By |

Tourism expert: ‘Many say they want to travel sustainably — but then they don’t’

DW: Europe has experienced the second summer with record temperatures in a row. Will we soon be spending all our holidays in the cooler forests of Scandinavia while the beaches of Southern Europe are deserted? Wolfgang Günther: No, because first of all there are no precise forecasts about what the next summer will bring. People…

Read more »

6 brilliant travel books to give you wanderlust this summer

By |

6 brilliant travel books to give you wanderlust this summer

Travel can be a state of mind and sometimes it comes in the form of a bundle of pages. But, while sci-fi and thriller keep us alert in the winter, hot weather somehow calls for more laidback reading material. So what could be better than a book that will make you wander around (at least…

Read more »

7 Novels to Read on Your Summer Travels

By |

7 Novels to Read on Your Summer Travels

Whether it’s hours spent waiting in an airport terminal due to an unexpected (but really, expected) delay or hours under the sun (with sunscreen) on the beach, a good book is a welcome companion. And a page-turner at that is necessary to keep you entertained and pass the time enjoyably. Thus, here’s a list of…

Read more »

How to become a travel writer?

By |

How to become a travel writer?

Do you love travelling and want to make a career in travel writing? In modern days, travel literature has increasingly emerged as a legitimate field. People are curious to know about various cultures and the diversities of it and hence this could be an interesting field of career for you. Different types of travel writing…

Read more »

Travel Gadgets To Take On Your Next Vacation

By |

Travel Gadgets To Take On Your Next Vacation

Scrubba is basically your very own portable litle washing machine! All it takes is a couple liters of water, a little washing liquid, and 3 minutes, making it faster and cheaper than desperately trying to find a laundromat. Ostrich Pillow Ostrich Pillow | $98 AMAZON It may look a little silly, but you’ll thank me later!…

Read more »

17 Best Travel Gadgets to Buy in 2019, According to the GH Institute

By |

17 Best Travel Gadgets to Buy in 2019, According to the GH Institute

Getting ready for a vacation is never easy (there’s always something you’re bound to forget to pack) but once you’re there, you want the trip to be a breeze. To make your adventure easier than ever, all you need is a few of these cool products ranging from smart luggage to the ultimate utility jacket. These are the best travel gadgets to buy…

Read more »

Amazing Apps To Improve Your Business Travel Experience

By |

Amazing Apps To Improve Your Business Travel Experience

v In this age of technological innovation, I believe that there is hardly anything which technology cannot experiment with. You say it, and there is a chance that there has been some or the other technological innovation with that respect. So, naturally, you can expect that we have good enough technology to make travelling easier…

Read more »

Travel writer to share tales, tips in Old Forge

By |

Travel writer to share tales, tips in Old Forge

ON THE GO — New Hampshire-based travel writer Dan Szczesny shares stories, photos and travel tips of his voyages around the world May 7 at the Old Forge Library. Posted Tuesday, May 7, 2019 4:00 pm New Hampshire-based journalist and travel writer Dan Szczesny will host a presentation on “Living the Traveling Life” about travels around the world…

Read more »

8 Ways to Avoid the ‘Bad Health’ Burden of Business Trips

By |

8 Ways to Avoid the ‘Bad Health’ Burden of Business Trips

“I love traveling for business,” said very few people ever. Traveling, sure: Who doesn’t like a change of scenery and the insights gained from seeing the world with new eyes? But frequent business travel is strongly correlated to a wide range of physical and behavioral health risks. International travel can be particularly problematic for business professionals, exposing…

Read more »

BEST TRAVEL-FRIENDLY ACTIVITY BOOKS TO KEEP YOUR YOUNG ONES OCCUPIED

By |

BEST TRAVEL-FRIENDLY ACTIVITY BOOKS TO KEEP YOUR YOUNG ONES OCCUPIED

“Mom, are we almost there yet?” asks your 5-year-old child (for the tenth time) 15 minutes into your trip. Whether you’re on a long journey to god-knows-where or waiting for a flight, sleep isn’t an option when you have young ones to entertain. If you’re tired of playing a few rounds of ‘I-spy’ or listening…

Read more »