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Clay Hubbs Interviews Jean-Marc Hachey Clay Hubbs: Before I get to my first question, please tell us how this project began and how you've been able to keep it going and growing: What was your own international experience? Why did you see a need for such a compilation of resources?
No matter what you call them – air host/hostess, steward/stewardess, flight attendant – this dream travel job has always been one of the most glamorous. But while many would love to become a flight attendant, the reality is that the jobs are few, and the perks, while good, often do not outweight some of the negatives of the job. The training required and the seniority of each employee can make life as a flight attendant pretty difficult for the first few years.
A few years ago, when I was researching my free online guide to Vietnam (which fell to hacker a couple Decembers ago), I took two trips to the popular Halong Bay.
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By Richard Webber UPDATED: 19:00 GMT, 2 March 2011 With no nearby mountains to entice the skiing fraternity and not one inch of sun-drenched coast, Hungary has kept a low profile among the holiday set.
Okay, I am Dutch so this might be a bit of a strange question coming from a Dutchie. :-)
contents: what is the golden ring • why go there • a map of the golden ring • the distances & times between the cities • the cities along the golden ring • suggested itinerary • how much it would cost WHAT IS THE GOLDEN RING: 'The Golden Ring' is one of the oldest Russian routes.
This article is about the country of Azerbaijan.
So we fly into New Delhi, deciding immediately to take the rest of the day off from travel, as the baby squirmed, fussed and whimpered the entire two hour flight. We used our trusty Lonely Planet India — a tome, which I only pull out when I’m day dreaming about where to go next — or like now, when I’m sitting at the New Delhi airport with a fussy baby, lugging all my belongings, with no backup plan. We shut the book, thwamp.
Most people do get sick on the road at one point in their travels. If you are lucky, your illness will require a quick trip to the doctor and some antibiotics or anti-parasite medication. If you are me, your illnesses will straddle several continents, a multitude of body parts and an exploration of Eastern and Western medicine – all in the span of one year.
Lodging and services for personal self-directed retreats, directed retreats, etc and centers offering a variety of programmed or themed retreats.
Today’s post is by Drew , my husband. This year he did a 10 day meditation retreat in southern Thailand starting on New Year’s Eve.
Slow Democracy? Problem: in most modern democracies, the powers that be swing from harmful quick fixes to toxic inertia.
A few weeks ago in Hpa-An, Burma, I was walking down Mount Zwegabin after sleeping on the floor of a monastery at the summit. It was just after dawn, and the claustrophobic heat of the day had yet to take hold.
I’ve been on the road over two weeks and I’ve seen a repeated pattern of questions people ask me. I thought I would answer the vast majority of them in what I call nodebtworldtravel.com’s Frequently Asked Questions or FAQ.
South East Asia