"Travel" Blogs & Blog Posts

Little London ObservationistLittle London Observationist

Snippets of life in London from an American expat, heaps of colourful photo...

 
Montreal Taxi BlogMontreal Taxi Blog

News of the taxicab industry in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

 
Powell River Books BlogPowell River Books Blog

The Powell River Books Blog features posts about off-the-grid living in a f...

 
transient travelstransient travels

for me, transient travels is meant to satisfy the constant itch to get on a...

 
pic foliopic folio

A collection of random digital images.

 
A Matter of TimeA Matter of Time

My view on the world which includes my travelogues, movielogues and foodalo...

 
Kiwis Can FlyKiwis Can Fly

Travel/Photography Blog

 


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Most people know that flying can be scary, but it turns out simply sitting in a stationary plane at the airport can be a nightmare, too.  We know this thanks to Facebook user ‎Deanna Noel-Dale‎, who shared a post to Air Canada's page...

Many of my peers are afraid of electric scooters on our city streets – or rather, the footpaths.  As someone who lives in the inner city, in fact, at the top of Cuba Street, Wellington, or as I call it the funky part of town, I’m used to ska...

If you’re redeeming reward miles for an international trip on United, there’s an easy way to get a little more bang for your virtual buck: plan a trip with at least three legs.Read more...

Whenever I plan a trip somewhere, it feels “official” once I book the flights, train tickets or rental car, but I’m never quite sure when to book a hotel. Should I do it as far ahead of time as possible to secure the best deal? Or should I wait...

You may not think of Europe as a place where you need vaccines before you go on vacation, but measles cases are at a record high in Europe this year. The CDC recommends that people traveling to any country outside the US take precautions against meas...

After checking out the One Pillar Pagoda, we walked a few blocks and headed to the Imperial Citadel of Thăng Long. This is a royal fortress right in the middle of Hanoi, originally built in the 11th century, during the Ly dynasty. This area was the...

As meteorologist Paul Goodloe mused to us about family travel: “If you include the kids, it’s no longer a vacation—we just call that a trip.” Don’t get us wrong: Traversing the world with your children can be a formative experience in which...