One of the dearest tenets of frugal travel is the ability to fly in premium cabins on points and miles alone, with a small fee to cover other expenses. While this is a perk of using our well-developed plans to earn points Read full post »
I don’t solely rely on travel guides when I am traveling to a new destination, but I do like to have them at my disposal. They’re great for doing a bit of last-minute research on the plane or any other time that Read full post »
I’m one for keeping track of things. Blame it on the engineering and statistics background, perhaps, but it’s given me an interesting collection of data about my travels over the years! For those that are so inclined to track things so you Read full post »
One of the simple joys I take in being an expert flyer is my ability to control my itinerary no matter where I go. Should I want to start an adventure in one place and end in another, there is always the Read full post »
While no one likes to make a mistake, there are times when it’s great to be on the receiving end of someone else’s error. As seasoned travelers, most of us are familiar with airline mistake rates, like when a long-haul business class Read full post »
As some of you may remember, I’m traveling to Iran in October. It caused a bit of a comment frenzy the last time I posted about it. It’s getting to about that time where I needed to finalize the rest of my Read full post »
I haven’t been shy about the fact I love the Chase Ultimate Rewards travel portal. Sure, it’s hit or miss sometimes, but there are deals to be had. And when it comes to the “activities” or excursions section, the deals are plentiful. Read full post »
Greetings from the end of GenCon in Indianapolis! For four days, I gathered with thousands of my fellow gaming enthusiasts to play, trade and make merry with like-minded fellows. Now that the weather is starting to cool down once again and students Read full post »
Although the summer travel season is coming to an end, there are still plenty of adventures yet to be had. In autumn, the world changes in unique ways and offers unique looks at some of our favorite destinations. From the leaves changing Read full post »
Packing for a trip is a very personal thing. We all have our priorities as to which items we can’t live without while traveling and a tolerance limit on the amount of weight we’re willing to lug around. When I reflect on Read full post »
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