Signup for Airfare Alerts There are numerous popular destinations in Asia, but most flyers from the U.S. head for (or transit through) one of these three nations, listed in order of popularity: Japan, South Korea and China.
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I love road trips. Just saying or writing the words sends shivers of excitement down my spine. If you think I'm crazy, it's probably because you grew up in a country where road trips are taken for granted, and the number of places you can drive to and go to are endless. To me, road trips are fun and exciting no matter why I have to take them. Regardless of how you feel about them, it's always good to prepare before you embark on one. So how do you prepare for such a long drive?
Shopping for air travel can be both confusing and frustrating — airline ticket prices change frequently (with seemingly no particular rhyme or reason).
“I have to tell you sir, this is easily the most ridiculous itinerary I’ve ever put together, ” said the American Airlines operator the other night as I finalized plans for a worldwide adventure that would make Marco Polo blush.
10 Useful Secrets the Major Airlines Don’t Want You to Know Monday, October 22, 2007 at 2:25pm by admin
By definition, a ghost town is an abandoned town or city. Some cities become ghost towns because the economic activity that supported them has failed; others are abandoned after natural or human-caused disasters such as earthquakes, floods, or war. Ghost towns can be found all over the world, but some of them have become very famous. This is due either to being very well preserved or to the reasons which lead to their abandonment.
The easiest definition for the Eastern Europe countries would be: “countries which used to be behind the Iron Curtain.”
Some 25 million South Koreans -- about half the population -- travel abroad at least once a year, but it’s safe to assume that most haven't seen all the beautiful sights within the country. Seoul only takes up a mere 0.6 percent of South Korea's territory: here are 50 stunning photographs from the other 99.4 percent of the country that are all worth a visit. Here are the flowery spring landscapes, sandy beaches, rocky mountains and quietly stunning historic sites on your new Korean travel bucket list. And just in case you were wondering, they are in no particular order. Feel free to add some suggestions of your own in the comment box at the end of the article. 1.
Help a reader out: Seoul recommendations » Dramabeans » Deconstructing korean drama and kpop culturePop Culture & Society Help a reader out: Seoul recommendations Reader Sheryl is heading to Seoul soon and wrote in to ask for recommendations on great places to visit.
Singapore Airlines AFP/Getty Images Tired fliers often think about how nice it would be to stretch out across a whole row of economy-class seats and take a nap.
So you’re on Hostelworld.com ready to book your hostel with a few friends. You’ve easily narrowed down your choices by price and ranking, but are wondering how to sort through the over 200 hostels still available in your city of destination. Well I’ve come up a list of necessary requirements that will make your stay a lot more pleasurable, and as a matter of fact, if the hostel doesn’t meet all of these requirements I won’t even consider it. From my hostel experiences both good and bad, here’s what to look for in a hostel. 1. Location
My favorite low cost airline It’s no secret that one of my favorite parts of studying abroad was traveling, and it’s safe to say I did plenty of it. I plan on doing just as much traveling when I head abroad this fall, but since China includes so many regions with their own geography, climate, and culture, I don’t know how big of a rush I’ll be in to leave The Middle Kingdom. While I loved planning week-long multi-country excursions in Europe, the fact is that a majority of my traveling was done on weekends when I didn’t have any big papers to write or tests to study for. Believe it or not, if you follow these simple planning guidelines, your weekend trips will not only be hassle-free, but much more enjoyable as well.
myTab Removing the stigma of the “cash gift” one Facebook post at a time Let’s face it, if you’re going to be abroad, you’re going to need some cash.
Before you can even step foot out of the U.S., you need the right paperwork – a passport and, depending on where you are headed, a visa.