Red eye flights can be both the travelers best friend and worst enemy. These overnight flights are often inexpensive, but unless you're prepared to cope, they can completely mess with your internal clock. To help you deal with your next red eye flight, we've got five ways to help you quickly recover and get back to normal.
When I think of catching a wave, I tend to think of warmer climes, as opposed to the frigid waters of Nova Scotia. I'm guessing you have to be pretty hardcore, just like the fellow, pictures above.
This picture comes courtesy of our Flickr group.
Washing clothes, even in the most favorable of circumstances, is decidedly an un-fun task. But when you add in the complications of being on the road, and not having a washing machine, the process can become a nightmare waiting to happen. But fear not, fellow traveler, because with a little preparation and our seven-step process, you, too, can become a master hotel-room clothes washer.
Are you reading this from an RSS reader, your iPhone, or any other non-websitey way? If so, we've got some good news for you. After a fair amount of technical wrangling, I'm very happy to announce that we here at Travellious have full RSS feeds available. What's that mean to you, as a reader?
The Daily Traveler Lift the Ban on Travel to Cuba?
Lifting the travel ban to Cuba would be a humongous win for American travelers, Cuba, and the corresponding economies of both countries. Let's hope the whole of Congress can look past small-minded special interests and pass this bill.
Did you know that some people take trips, with the express purpose of seeing boobies? While beaches and other waterfront areas are the best "habitat", you need to know where the best places are, so that you don't come home disappointed. Guys, you know what I'm talking about...So, without further adieu, I present to you the five best places to spot boobies on your next trip.
Are you a first-time traveler who wants to take your first trip abroad? Before you go looking for tickets, planning an itinerary, or searching for hotels, you've got to get yourself a passport. But how do you go about getting the all-important little blue book?
I've had my passport for a while, but I still remember the joy I experienced when I was able to finally leave the country for the first time. To help you find that same joy with as little pain as possible, I've broken the process down into a few easy steps, so that you won't have any excuse NOT to get one.
Tamarind and Thyme A London Food Bloggers Meetup at Tayyabs
Recently, food blogger extraordinaire Su-Lin attended a food bloggers meetup at London restaurant Tayyabs. Her post features some great photos and a new restaurant to try, but what I really took away from this article is a stupendous list of London food bloggers. My recommendation? Subscribe to all of their RSS feeds and drool away. Next time you go to London, your food agenda will be overflowing.
Last week, fresh from a trip to SXSW, I featured all those little essentials I need for dealing with the rigors of flying. I also wanted to find out what you, our dear and loyal readers, thought was essential when flying. Since we've got the best readers in the world, you didn't disappoint. Check out the rest of the article to find out what other readers can't live without when they're trapped in a flying tin can.