When folded, this ultra-slim keyboard is still thin enough (just under a ½-inch thick) to slip in your coat pocket. While fingers feel cramped typing on many diminutive keyboards, this one’s ergonomic, V-shape design lets you tap away more comfortably. And because the entire unit is wrapped...
One of the best travel emergency stories I’ve ever heard was told to me at Botanica bar in New York over some whiskey. Things didn’t go as planned and he soon was involved in the highest mountain rescue on record, successfully getting a fellow climber, Conan Harrod, down from the North Face.
The Cabeau Evolution was your favorite travel pillow (by a long shot), and now save 20% on the company’s “Cool” model as well.
• We rounded up the best flight booking hacks from a Quora thread. • Some tips include clearing your cookies before browsing, changing your IP address, booking early morning flights, and embracing layovers.
When something gets invented that can make people’s lives better, it will also be used to make people’s lives worse. The road to hell is paved with good intentions and time travel only helps you get there quicker.
To say that I travel for work is a bit of an understatement. As an executive coach and speaker who specializes in cross-cultural management, I usually make an average of three trips a month, often overseas. It's not uncommon for me to hit two continents and three countries in a two-week span.
How much money do you need for your trip? I’ve estimated that for a yearlong trip around the world will cost you an average of $50 per day. That includes day-to-day expenses, flights, gear, insurance, and everything in between.
Travel tech startup FLYR raised $8 million in Series A funding for technology that predicts the price of airfare by applying artificial intelligence to a database of both open industry data and a proprietary collection of years of past prices and fluctuations.
Here, Peddicord shares her top picks to live around the world: eight places where expats can get by on next to nothing. “They’re beautiful, interesting, welcoming and adventure-rich places that are also single-friendly and uber-affordable,” she says.
Turns out, you don’t need a car to see America. Traveling coast-to-coast across the United States by train is one of the world’s greatest travel experiences. Amazingly, it’s also one of the world’s greatest travel bargains — the 3,400-mile trip can cost as little as $213.
If one of your 2017 resolutions is to see all of the beauty and history that America has to offer on a dime, then you're going to love this supremely affordable travel idea.
Hey there! This page covers my complete minimalist travel guide. I’ll share my exact system for packing light, my favorite pieces of ultralight travel gear, and my thoughts on why it is always better to travel the world with just one bag. I have traveled to more than 25 countries so far.
Paris? Been there. London? Done that. No offense to those storied standbys, but 2017 is a time to break out of your travel bubble and try someplace you’ve never thought to visit before. Travel teaches us invaluable lessons we can’t learn in school. It expands our worldview.
No matter where you travel, you want your hotel room to be a place you can take a load off and relax. It’s hard to do that, however, if you don’t feel comfortable and safe. This hotel safety checklist from a former CIA operative can help.
Traveling by train is one of the simplest ways to get around, and it can also be the most photogenic. These 12 routes from around the world are so visually striking you’ll be glued to your railroad car’s window for the entire trip.
It’s a new year, which means it’s time to start planning your next life-changing trip. But with so many options to choose from and so little time to plan, you’re gonna need some assistance. Behold 12 of our favorite travel sites, popular with travel bloggers and backpackers alike.
It’s easy to take our local train services for granted, yet rail travel has historically been connected with ideas of adventure and destiny. Hurtling along at 100 km/hr with cinematic scenes unfolding whilst safe in your seat, travelling by train can be a truly exciting venture.
It flies the fanciest product on the biggest planes on the longest routes. There might not be much more room to soar In their fifth week of training, women hired as flight attendants at Emirates Airline spend a day in Dubai with Pamela Mizzi.
Flying is a pretty cool experience—you’re sitting 35,000 feet up in the air after all—but it can also be tiring, uncomfortable, and dirty. In a recent Reddit thread, flight attendants revealed some of the less glamorous aspects of flying.
Saving on flights, hotels and other aspects of travel is a question of how much you value your time versus hours and energy spent. You can scour the internet for low prices on rooms and airfares, but at some point you just have to pull the trigger so you can start planning your trip.
For some, traveling is not so much a hobby as it is a way of life, especially for those who are young, wild and free spirited.
Chances are you’re familiar with Google Flights. The travel search engine does everything you assume it would, like locate flights based on your ideal outbound time, inbound time and number of stops. After all, it’s the same technology that powers both KAYAK and Orbitz.
We’ve all experienced the tiresome, repeated searching when trying to book the cheapest possible flights to any given destination. With endless search engines and continually fluctuating prices, the approach to frugal flight booking is overwhelming.
If you want to save money on travel, you’ll do well to focus on the costliest expenses, typically airfare and lodging. In their 2017 Travel Hacker Guide, Kayak names the top cities for affordable travel this year, considering those factors.
To some travelers, “vacation” means lying on a tropical beach or staying in an urban hotel, and there’s nothing wrong with that. But the start of a new year is time to think outside the box and start planning trips that help you both unwind and grow as a person.
LONDON — Travel should be more than crossing attractions off a bucket list. It should be an opportunity to see some truly magnificent — and surprising — parts of the world.
Flight Attendants of Reddit: What do the passengers *not* know? (self.AskReddit) Count the seat backs to the closest exit. Good chance you won't be able to see in some types of accidents. EDIT spelling
You may remember a while back when we shared the news that $69 flights to Europe were going to be a thing come 2017. Good news: We've got an update, and we've got word on which destinations are being featured on this new route.
It’s Packing Light Week on Never Ending Voyage to celebrate the launch of my new book, The Carry-On Traveller: The Ultimate Guide to Packing Light. We’ve been living out of a carry-on backpack for six years now.
This film is a collection of audiovisual moments and memories of a 3-week railway journey through Japan in 2015. We were whizzing through the country with the Shinkansen visiting Tokyo, Osaka, Hiroshima and Kyoto as well as lots of wonderful little places along the way, meeting the most friendly peo
LONDON — Even for someone trying to break a record for visiting every country in the world, travel is about more than just ticking places off a list. Planning a trip is an opportunity to see something unique, and to discover people, places, cuisines, and scenery you didn't know existed.
The world is in love with Charleston: the antebellum mansions, the cobblestone streets, the mild climate that might bring 70-degree days in February, the scent of tea olive trees that floats in the air, the orchestra of church bells that crescendoes on Sunday morning, the day drinking.
She looked at me like I was speaking a foreign language and went right back to her pitch: long commute, full-time, no benefits. No way, I thought.
Need me to rush out on a last-minute travel assignment? No sweat. I always keep a few hundred bucks in ready money handy, an up-to-date passport with extra visa pages, and a carry-on kit with these essential items I never leave behind. Ever. I sleep on planes. Or try to.
Practically every major airline and hotel loyalty program has recently changed or is on the road to being upended, be it the new American Airlines award chart, which went into effect on March 22, or a potential merger of the Starwood Preferred Guest and Marriott Rewards programs.
Travel can be tricky. Did you pay too much for that flight? Forget to pack some important items? What happens if your flight is delayed or canceled? As always, knowledge is power. The more you plan, research and prepare, the better off you'll be.
The first time I went to Santa Fe, I went out for a morning run and the city willed me to fall in love with it. The sunny sky, sweeping views and smell of the pinyon — the natural beauty captured my soul. That was three decades ago. I never stopped going back.
We’re building the Model 01, a hackable ergonomic keyboard with mechanical keyswitches, programmable RGB LEDs, opensource firmware, and a gorgeous hardwood enclosure. We expect to ship later this year. You can pre-order one today at https://shop.keyboard.io.
Whatever the age of your child, there is a world of opportunity in 2017 to challenge your family to try something new.
Make That Your New Year's Resolution Before It Disappears. The northern lights are nature's most dazzling light show. Also known as the aurora borealis, it's often on any traveler's bucket list.
This is a tactical post on travel from Ryan Holiday, who’s written on this blog before about the pragmatism of Stoicism and lessons learned as Director of Marketing for American Apparel. To his 21 rules, I’ve added a few of my own tricks. Please share your own rules and tips in the comments!
Visitors to the Petite-Patrie neighborhood northwest of Montreal’s city center previously had little reason to venture beyond the Marché Jean-Talon, a popular food market stocked with local bounty: seasonal produce, Quebec cheeses, canned maple syrup.
Whether you want to document a family holiday or aspire to shoot for National Geographic, there are some simple things you can do to take better travel photos. A good travel photo is about a place or event, or even a small aspect of a place or event like the people or the food.
Few post-9/11 security measures have proven as enduring as the creation of the Transportation Security Administration, which effectively nationalized airport security and dramatically increased screening procedures on flights.
Enjoying the sunset with your significant other will never be the same again. To make the most of the beautiful views, Pande Villas is equipped with floor-to-ceiling windows, so you can wake up to the sunlight streaming in in the morning.
Killing time before your flight can be a serious drag, but traveling just got a lot less painful thanks to this airport Wi-Fi map.
You're not going to stick to most of your resolutions this year, for the same reason you'll be writing 2016 on your checks at least till February: The calendar changed, but you're the same person you've been for a while now.
It wasn’t long ago that travelers recoiled at the idea of visiting Iceland in the wintertime. Iceland? In winter? The country’s name should dismiss the very premise.
At Bloomberg Pursuits, we love to travel. And we always want to make sure we’re doing it right. So we’re talking to globe-trotters in all of our luxury fields—food, wine, fashion, cars, real estate—to learn about their high-end hacks, tips, and off-the-wall experiences.
A thousand years ago, huge pyramids and earthen mounds stood where East St. Louis sprawls today in Southern Illinois. This majestic urban architecture towered over the swampy Mississippi River floodplains, blotting out the region's tiny villages.
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Almost five years ago today, my apartment lease expired, I shipped a few boxes to my mom’s house, packed a suitcase to (hopefully) last me a few months, and took off across the Atlantic. I had less than $1,000 in my bank account.
I can’t explain airline pricing but I do know some plane tickets can be cheaper depending on where you buy them or, even better, where you appear to buy them from. This is all about leveraging foreign currencies and points-of-sale to your advantage.
Some jobs come with a built-in requirement for travel, like teaching a language abroad or working in sales. But if you want to travel for fun and earn some extra cash in the process, there are a few options for that, too.
For many travelers, planning a journey is a simple matter of point and click—but there are some amazing tools you may not know about that belong in your travel arsenal. These eight websites can change the way you find, book, and experience travel.
OK, I’ve had a few short posts recently. Now it’s time for my favorite: a post you will want to print out, refer to often, and take with you on adventures. In this case, we’ll explore budget travel that is luxury travel.
In the hourlong traffic jam from Mexico City International Airport, on a road clogged with cars, buses and trucks, I keep glancing out the window, looking for familiar signposts, streets, neighborhoods, name places, threads of childhood memories.
When you fly a lot for work, as I do, you check your frequent-flier mile balance often, to provide data for competitive commiseration. “Eighteen flights this year already, fourteen hotel nights in eleven different hotels,” a friend e-mailed me, in victory, earlier this month.
Want to do a little networking on your next vacation? Pick your destination strategically. We’ve asked eight influential financiers to reveal their favorite places to unwind—and offered our own advice on how to recreate their trips.
You might like to travel as a way to find the best far-flung boutiques and artisans, capture epic selfies, or even to try out new types of food (perhaps reindeer in Finland?). But some people have another thing entirely on their minds when they pack their suitcases and hit the road: sex.
The pink-tinged sky was darkening, and the air was warm and humid when my husband, Bruce, and I landed last February in Pointe-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe, the French Caribbean island.
In Iceland, teenage smoking, drinking and drug use have been radically cut in the past 20 years. Emma Young finds out how they did it, and why other countries won’t follow suit.
I was halfway through a job interview when I realized I was wrinkling my nose. I couldn't help myself.
In the last 14 months, I’ve been home for only two. The other 12 were spent vagabonding around the planet, working on my laptop in Tokyo, Hong Kong, Paris, Barcelona, and more.
American Airlines Flight 998 from Orlando, Fla., landed at Los Angeles International Airport at 8:19 a.m. on a cloudy Tuesday morning, carrying 181 passengers. The minute the A321 jet reached the gate, teams of workers swarmed the plane with the precision of a marching band. For good reason.
Three adventurers share their advice on cash-free journeys around the globe, and reveal the highs and lows of the challenge 05.00 EST Last modified on Tuesday 3 January 2017 06.
Whether you’re looking for a dream holiday or a last-minute city break, here’s the lowdown on how to find bargains and late deals for all types of getaway from now until December 02.00 EST Last modified on Monday 16 January 2017 04.
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You’ve heard the myths: Tuesday is the best day to book airfare. Wednesday is the best day to fly. January is the cheapest month to travel. All of them are up for debate, to a certain extent. But according to new data from Booking.
Do you have little attachment to where you live and work? Then why not move somewhere new — somewhere where the climate or culture better fits your tastes and personality?
Putting together our annual list of the best places to travel is a process that takes several months—we survey writers based around the world, talk to our A-List travel specialists, and look at the most exciting hotel and restaurant openings.
If the airport’s experimental team succeeds, every critical infrastructure site in the world might soon have its own in-house intel operation. No one paid the car any attention as it crept forward through morning traffic at LAX.
If you’re not sure what Odd Things in Odd Places is and why I’m in Iraq by myself, here’s why. On the morning of Saturday, August 2nd, I got in a taxi in Erbil, the regional capital of Kurdish Iraq, and asked the driver to take me to the Khazir refugee camp.
Think you can’t afford to go on vacation? Think again. A Wisconsin-based teacher and author with a passion for Spain, Abbey Algiers looks for inexpensive ways to take trips on her summer holidays. So when she discovered Diverbo, she couldn’t believe it.
Several years ago, my father died as he had done most things throughout his life: without preparation and without consulting anyone. He simply went to bed one night, yielded his brain to a monstrous blood clot, and was found the next morning lying amidst the sheets like his own stone monument.
Thirty things. Ten pounds. That’s all. Fifteen months ago, I left my job, sold 90% of my things and set off on the road.
This article is part of a series aimed at helping you navigate life’s opportunities and challenges. What else should we write about? Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org. There’s no better way to change your perception of the world — and maybe yourself — than travel.
New York City can be an intimidating place. The lights! The taxis! The millions of people rushing along the sidewalks with their elbows out! The city is home to 8.6 million people, a good amount of whom were raised in the Big Apple and know how to navigate its streets, subways, and many, many lines.
If one of your 2017 resolutions is to see all of the beauty and history that America has to offer on a dime, then you're going to love this supremely affordable travel idea.
When I made my way through European hostels a decade ago, I remember dreaming of a future in which I could pay for something fancy. Back then, fancy meant privacy, pools, mosaic-floor lobbies, and coffee drinks with foam.
Google Flights is a solid tool for booking travel. You’re probably already familiar with its basic functions, like finding the best price for flights and browsing flexible dates that can save you money and time.
A celebrated Indian chef told me recently that the Indian food in London is better than anything available in Mumbai and New Delhi, so who I am I to argue? What's most exciting is a batch of new restaurants that makes it even better, going far beyond the traditional curry house and brin
658 million. That’s how many vacation days Americans left on the table in 2015. In other words, as a country, we missed out on nearly two million years worth of traveling.
The world of travel apps is saturated. There are apps for almost everything these days, from the planning stages right through to post-travel reminiscing. Some of them are fun, some are seriously handy and others are just gimmicks.
Even though air travel is safer than ever and in many cases cheaper than 10 or 20 years ago, travelers love to complain about its agonies. Cramped and narrow seats, crying babies, chatty seat mates and armrest wars are common gripes.
We've got a whole bunch of weekends coming up in 2017. To help you make the most of them, we put together a compendium of the 52 best hikes in California — that's one for every Saturday from now until December.
For those who insist that traveling is all about the journey, we say this: It really depends on which carrier you’re flying. Aside from variations in cabins and service quality, there’s the major concern of how likely you are to get delayed.
Sometime back in January, I decided to leave my job with Apple and take a dive into the unknown — explore the world while working remotely. Initially, my plan was to freelance, but I’ve been the creative director with The Infatuation since May, and the remote work is going great.