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  • Travel the world on a cruise for $30,000 a year

    Travel the world on a cruise for $30,000 a year

    New world travel opportunity just dropped and it’s a doozy! Life at Sea Cruises is now taking bookings for a three-year journey that is slated to sail on November 1, 2023. The long-term cruise will visit 135 countries in all seven continents. The 400-cabin cruiser, which will sail with just over 1,000 passengers is scheduled…

  • Airmageddon 2022: How to protect yourself against flight delays and cancellations

    Airmageddon 2022: How to protect yourself against flight delays and cancellations

    The airline industry is experiencing an unprecedented level of dysfunction all over the world. It’s the perfect storm of dropped Covid restrictions, increased interest in travel, and airlines and airports still working with pandemic levels of resources. Flight delays and cancellations are becoming rampant, and while it’s always a good idea to insure yourself against…

  • Travel in 2021 and beyond

    Travel in 2021 and beyond

    We’re almost a year into a pandemic-induced cataclysmic shift in the way we live, and travel will likely never be the same. As vaccines begin to roll out in countries all over the world, we’re seeing a light at the end of the tunnel of this coronavirus hell. What does that mean for travel in…

  • Free cruise? Cruise lines need volunteers to test Covid measures

    Free cruise? Cruise lines need volunteers to test Covid measures

    Everyone is itching to get the hell out of their house, and cruise lines are itching to set sail again. According to new CDC measures released at the beginning of November, ships will be required to sail on simulated voyages to test their Covid safety protocols before resuming normal sailing operations. What will the test…

  • Considerations for international travel post-Covid

    Considerations for international travel post-Covid

    Just when we thought summer vacations wouldn’t be salvageable, things have started looking up. A few travel corridors have paved the way for mass border reopenings. It seems that the European Union will once again become a united travel destination starting July 1 after most member countries successfully controlled the pandemic. It’s unclear what countries…

  • How American racism is affecting all of us

    How American racism is affecting all of us

    It’s been a bizarre year, but the United States always finds a way to make a bad situation worse. The pandemic washed over Europe and Asia, where life is now returning to business as usual. Restaurants are full and borders are opening for travel, but in the United States, a reality that is somehow far…