Posts Tagged ‘ travel tips ’

Travel with strangers

Oct 12th, 2019 | By

All the tips and advice you need to travel on your own terms



Don’t stop travelling

Sep 30th, 2019 | By

The low-down on how to mix work and travel



Where the experts holiday: Mel Stephens, founder of Travel Queen

Aug 24th, 2019 | By

Mel Stephens, founder of Travel Queen – a UK based group tour operator specialising in adventures with style for women aged 25 to 60 – shares her travel experiences and insights with JAT readers



12 Travel

Aug 26th, 2018 | By

Decision-making is a bore, so find your destiny by following lucky number 12…



Travel tips

Mar 14th, 2017 | By

Check out these tips to become a calmer, more productive you while travelling



Where to go when

Jan 18th, 2017 | By

Looking to escape the February chill? We asked our friends at Lonely Planet for a few super suggestions…



The year that was

Dec 31st, 2016 | By

It’s been a busy year and it’s time to take stock. Here travel writer and enthusiast, Kaye Holland, shares her 2016 holiday highlights



Where the experts holiday: Gavin Stone, travel author and ex intelligence operative

Mar 16th, 2016 | By

Gavin Stone, a former ‘intelligence operative’, has written a book revealing the tips and tricks of travelling “next to nothing”. Result! Here the Wolverhampton-born author, who has stayed in super yachts and castles, shares some of his experiences with Just About Travel readers



Tips to make travel a breeze

Jan 14th, 2015 | By

10 travel tips to help you make your next trip a breeze



Travel talk: where the experts holiday

Dec 4th, 2009 | By

In the first of a new series, CD-Traveller spoke to Bob Schumacher, Senior Director UK and Ireland at Continental Airlines – who recently unveiled its new fully flat-bed Business First seat – about the three C’s in his life: Canada, cruising and, of course, Continental Airlines



25 free travel attractions

Oct 21st, 2009 | By

Who said travel had to cost the earth? Here are 25 fabulous travel attractions. And the best bit? They’re absolutely free!



Jetlag and Tasimelteon

Dec 9th, 2008 | By

As I thumbed through The Lancet last week, that well known medical anti-insomniac relief for non medical types, I read something that kept me awake. Research at a Harvard University outpost, the Brigham & Women’s Hospital in Boston in USA seems to indicate that this drug may relieve some of the inability to sleep as you cross time zones. Tested on 411 people who had “transient insomnia” over a 7 day period, some of the patients were given a placebo and the others, tasimelteon. Sleep
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Toilets!

Oct 21st, 2008 | By

Adrian spends sooo much time at the airports, however, being male, and I assume a sparse packer, I very much doubt he has experienced the issues females travelling alone have with the toilets at airports. We are constantly reminded that we are not to leave our luggage alone at any time, so off we pop to the toilets, with hand luggage and 21KG suitcase in tow…. HOWEVER, once there, unless you are a size zero (which i am most definitely NOT!) one has to allow
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Cut the cost of calling home while abroad.

Sep 4th, 2008 | By

Update: 6 July 2011: Three years on from when this story was written, roaming charges in the EU will again decline from next summer. Beware though it is still very expensive compared to the UK to use time to download pictures, videos or use the internet. Texting is still the cheapest method of contact if you can do it. Data roaming bills were limited to €50 a month on 1 July 2010. From July 2012 prices will drop for calls made from phones across Europe
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