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15 Jul

Preparing Your CASH While On Vacation

Start with a vacation budget plan and check with your bank on the fees for using your ATM card on foreign land.

You can’t always plan for when you’re going to spend money just like you can’t plan for all the little shops you would see along the way. It’s particularly common for tourist to come across something they want at a local small shop, only to then discover, they don’t have enough cash on hand to make the purchase. When planning your spending, don’t forget to always carry something extra. It’s better to have a little bit more just in case, than not enough.

18 Mar

Tips for Flying with Senior Travelers

Travel tips for elderly parents to ensure a stress-free flight while they fly across the country or world, as well as request special services for senior traveler in advance.Traveling in a group is always fun. Whether you are traveling with your parents or your children, you should always try to make your trip memorable.  However without adequate preparation trips can be hectic and tiring.  When planning for international travel or long flight with your aging parents, consider taking extra steps to ensure that they are comfortable and happy during the trip.

21 Feb

5 Tips for Making A Connecting Flight

Smart traveler has a great connecting flight game plan and a reliable flight companion.

My last flight from San Francisco to Mumbai via Istanbul was rather exciting even though I was on a one-stop flight and my luggage had been checked to the final destination.   I had a two-hour transit at Istanbul airport, which seemed to be plenty of time to make the connection.  Unfortunately my flight from San Francisco left late due to a rain storm in the Bay Area.  That left me only 20 minutes at Istanbul to rush from arrival gate to the departure gate for my connection.

27 Jan

Travel Companion In-Flight Guide

Travel Companion In-Flight GuideBefore the Aircraft Leaves the Gate
1. Find the seats for both of you
2. Remind the traveler to remove the comfort items like water bottle, a book or a shawl from the carry-on
3. Help the traveler put their carry-on bag in the overhead bin or under the seat in front of them
4. Stow away your carry-on bag
5. Make sure you and the traveler to put the seat belt on and keep it fastened for as much of the flight as possible
6. Acquaint them with the aircraft safety card and point out the emergency exits