It is Throwback Thursday, and today we are talking about lessons learned from past travel faux pas! What’s the biggest travel boo boo you’ve had to overcome? Take a look at the situations below and see if you can relate! 1. Misspelling My friend Lindsay was the inspiration for this post, so it’s only fittingContinue reading “Crazier Things have Happened”
Tag Archives: Flights
6 Things that Happen to Travelers
Let’s be practical for a minute. We all know I LOVE to travel, but I’ll be completely honest, there are some uncomfortable and less than convenient parts to traveling.
The Ultimate Guide to Surviving Long-haul Travel
I’m letting you in on my top tips to travel your best. If the length of a flight has ever kept you from traveling to your dream destination, this post is definitely for you!
Halifax and the Never-ending Layover
It’s our last full day in Nova Scotia, so first up, a run for me! The harbor in Halifax is just beautiful, and such a great place to run! The boardwalk is really nice, and from the point where I started (straight down the hill from our hotel), it was a mile down to theirContinue reading “Halifax and the Never-ending Layover”
What to Do When a Volacno Cancels Your Flight
We realized we had a bigger problem, we knew we needed to get that figured out first! Steve clicked on the “See My Options” link in the United cancellation e-mail, and the message we received was: “There are no options.” No kidding.
How to Spend 1 Day in Quito
we landed in Quito again, still the world’s highest capitol! I was all excited because it’s a new place to me, it was one of the first ever UNESCO World Heritage sites (tied for first with Krakow, Poland), it is one of the best preserved cities in the world, and Steve picked out a hotel for us that was originally a grand home with two indoor patios, built in the 16th century!
The Flight that Almost Wasn’t
Originally published on 4 February 2013. So there we were, Bianca and I. We awoke at 5:00 am as planned, but little did we know we should have woken up at 4:00! We packed our few belongings, squeezed into the tiny elevator for the last time, checked out, and set out for the train station!Continue reading “The Flight that Almost Wasn’t”