With the advent of mobile technology, hotels finally seem to get it. Technological advances that are actually useful to guests are cropping up in hotels across the globe. Hopefully, that includes a hotel you stay at in your near future.
If you’re dying to travel the world as soon as possible, but everything you read or watch makes you have second thoughts, I’m here to open your eyes and bust those annoying travel myths! Here are 20 myths about travel you can safely ignore.
With all the crazy stories going on around the world – terrorist attacks, Brexit, and political coups – I’m beginning to think that these whack-job survivalists I see on television aren’t that whacky. While I’m not deterred from traveling (and neither should you be), I might consider packing some of these gadgets just in case crazy happens.
Most relationships start more or less in the same way: you meet someone, be it a friend or a partner, and slowly you get to know them. You eventually learn about their peculiarities and the things they like and hate, but to quickly assess if a person is a good match, I’d argue you have to travel with them.