The Dubai-based Emirates airline has recently announced new routes to and from the cities of Dallas and Houston in Texas, which are launching over the next few months. That’s great news, because the airline’s A380 plane is seriously awesome. Here are the top 7 reasons why you need to fly on the Emirates A380: Read More
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Limiting your spending while traveling abroad can be difficult when there is so much to see, do, and eat around the world, particularly when you’re on a student budget. Here are five ways you can save money through budget traveling so you don’t need to skimp on experiences. Read More
Oftentimes people’s happiest memories in life are from when they traveled and explored the world. That’s not surprising – travel is often done with loved ones, and it’s nice to take a break from the routine of everyday life to go out and do something fun. Despite how happy vacationing can make people, there’s always room for more happiness. This infographic from Happify gives some insight into how you can maximize your happiness before, during, and after a vacation; read about the science behind happy travels, the impact of travel on relationships, the balance between work and travel, and more: Read More
Long overnight layovers, delays, and—even worse—flight cancellations are inevitable, and honestly, it’s part of the travel charm. Airport overnight layovers, however, (a stop to change planes that runs overnight, with the connecting flight the next morning) take the cake for being the worst of the worst. If you’re a student traveling on a limited budget, a “reduced” room at the airport hotel may not be the best accommodation option for the night. So, once you’ve accepted that you’re spending the night in the airport, read through this quick survival guide for tips to help make the next eight to twelve hours of your life easier. Read More
Most airlines do an adequate job of helping you relax while in-flight. But when the plane hits the runway, panic suddenly hits when you realize that you have actually arrived. A major part of flight anxiety is the journey to the unknown, somewhere unfamiliar and out of your comfort zone. But by making a few simple preparations, you can transform that apprehension into excitement.
We all know that feeling, you step off the airplane after a 12-hour flight unsure of your surroundings, with no idea of what time it is, astounded at the feat of making it to your hotel bed. Upon waking up after an unexpected eight-hour nap, you find it difficult to sleep when it is actually dark outside, starting the vicious jet lag cycle. Jet lag, medically referred to as desynchronosis, can deter many from making the most of their travels abroad. However, there are a few things you can do to prepare yourself and alleviate the awful affects of jet lag. Read More