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With summer in full swing and the world still in quasi-isolation, thousands of would-be-travelers are biting their nails, awaiting the moment when airlines again hit the clouds and cruise ships take to sea. The wait is made all the more

Flying is gross. Airports are filled with thousands of germ-carrying people carrying diseases from who-knows-where. Airport bathrooms are disgusting areas that are to be avoided at all costs, if possible. Food courts reek of a terrible mix of all sort

I’m not a fan of massive groups of people.  Yet, as one who loves traveling, I have to deal with airports that are covered like anthills with thousands of people, each zooming across the campus like an emotionless robot to

It also has a temperate Mediterranean climate with mild(ish) winters and hot summers and averaging 300 sunny days a year making this a destination for all seasons. Spring Spring arrives early in Puglia and at this time the weather is generally

As people continue to store more of their personal information online, identity theft has become a crime on the rise. And that risk becomes even greater when traveling. In 2016, more than 15 million Americans were victims of identity theft,

Working out what to pack — and more importantly, what to leave behind — is a major hassle for travelers, whether you’re gone for a week or a year. Tech gear, in particular, is a problem: models and features change