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Handling Emergencies on your Asian Trip

July 31st, 2009

You’ve been pick-pocketed. You lost your passport, or you’ve had an accident and smashed up that cute little rental car. Maybe you had too much to drink and ran afoul of the local authorities. read more

How to Use Priceline on Airfare and Hotel Reservations

August 28th, 2009

How to Use Priceline on Airfare and Hotel Reservations Name how much you are willing to pay and someone will do the work of finding out what you can get for the price you want. No more haggling, no read more

Top Five Situations in Which to Observe Tipping Etiquette

July 27th, 2009

  Tipping has always been one of the most confusing actions, especially when you travel to another country. Sometimes, you are not sure whom to tip, when, how much to give, or whether you should read more

Asia.com: Your One-Stop Shop to Buy International Flight Tickets Online

July 27th, 2009

International travel is a main preoccupation of many people all over the world. Thanks to international TV and Hollywood, people from the East develop a desire to go to America and Europe. And, read more

Senior Air Fare Discounts

July 31st, 2009

Senior air fare discounts can be found on some airlines for several Asian connections. If you are approaching your senior years you can probably still visualize Dennis Hopper waving his arms around read more

How to Get the Best Seat On the Plane

July 25th, 2009

If you are planning to go on tour or are required to fly for business, then finding the best seat on the plane is a must. Admittedly or not, flying is still one of the most feared activities you need read more

The Traveler’s Airport Survival Guide

July 27th, 2009

The idiom, “When it rains, it pours,” perfectly governs the airline industry. If you are a frequent traveler, you must be very lucky if you have not experienced delayed flights, lost tickets, read more

How To Complain When Things Go Wrong

September 1st, 2009

Vacation is synonymous with phrases like “no worries,” “no hassles,” and “no stress.” However, everyone knows that sometimes vacations can be so stressful that you need another one to read more

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