It has been quite the year in the King household to say the least. I traveled a lot (for me) and loved every second of it. If you’re interested, you can read about a lot of 2015's adventures you came to the right place. Here are just a few examples:
So you know a jetsetter you need to buy a present for, and you have no idea what to get. Well, everyone can agree on one thing: that’s not good. However, there’s no need to panic. Here’s a list of 10 gifts every traveler in your life will appreciate:
There’s no way around it: luggage is expensive. And you really can’t fly without it. Which is why it’s not surprising that when someone checks a bag, there are probably two things they’re worried about (maybe more) the most: the possibility of a lost bag, and the possibility of a damaged bag.
Can you trust the airline you’re flying on to take care of your bag? Unfortunately, videos like this, where airline employees were filmed throwing customer bags across a concrete road, make it hard to do just that:
If you fly domestic a lot, you know the pain of the cramped seats, the lack of carry-on space, and the struggle to find some kind of entertainment for yourself. Oh! You bet. The struggle is real. There is, however, a way you can avoid all of those while not paying a single penny more.
What is the most comfortable way to fly domestic?
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