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Policy for Air Travel During Pregnancy

September 2nd, 2009

The moment a pregnant woman decides to travel – whether for business or pleasure – several issues need to be considered carefully before her departure. Most chief among these is that due to the read more

How to Travel Safely During Pregnancy

September 1st, 2009

Gone are the days when women had to avoid traveling because of pregnancy, because modern means of transportation have made traveling easier and safer for pregnant travelers. Most commercial airlines read more

How to Survive Airport Problems, Travel Simply and Have a Better Trip

August 28th, 2009

Your holiday fun starts with a smooth flight. We have a few tips to help you enjoy your travels. Traveling Light – A Joy Many Never Experience Depending on your complete itinerary, try to read more

Your Overseas Embassy or Consulate

July 31st, 2009

Before you leave and while you’re there, your country’s embassy or consulate can be a valuable source of information and assistance. You can register to vote by absentee ballot if you’re read more

What to do about Travel Insurance

July 31st, 2009

In today’s travel environment, with airlines increasingly at risk of going out of business and traveling into dangerous territories, Americans are more and more turning toward travel insurance as a read more

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

Asia.com Best Traveler Safety and Vital Tips – Travel Safety – Help – Assitance

July 31st, 2009

Asia.com’s Best World Traveler Tips cover such diverse subjects as a continent’s busiest airport hubs, tipping etiquette in Asia, traveling with a child, traveling during pregnancy, and handling read more

Helpful Advice When Your Child Flies Alone

July 28th, 2009

Every child has his or her own set of precious firsts. You saw your child ride his bike for the first time, lose his first front tooth, go to his first day of school, and now you will see him fly on read more

Passenger Programs to Bypass Airport Security and Customs Lines

July 28th, 2009

If you are a frequent user of airports, you have probably experienced the same struggle every time you go through several airport security and customs lines. Basic procedures have more or less 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



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