Are Hotel Rooms Just For Women As Safe As They Appear?

So the new trend in hotels is rooms designed specifically for solo women travelling, with the aim of keeping them safe. Sounds like a great idea, right? On the surface, I certainly think so, but do they work out as well as they should? The hotel where this concept has started is the Dukes Hotel…

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Airport and Life Crossover

Travelling and seeing the world will open your eyes to many amazing things that you didn’t even know existed. There is no way that you can go through it without learning a thing or two and changing as a person as you go. If you don’t grow up and shift your attitudes in the face…

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10 ways to stay tech secure whilst travelling

Keeping safe whilst travelling is often a high priority, but people can forget to worry about their technology too. According to Business Reporter, a 18% of people are targeted for cyber crime whilst abroad – which shows you how much of an issue this is. Here are some tips to help you protect yourself: 1.…

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You won’t guess which airport I like sleeping in…

I have reached the stage in my travels where it is not often that I actively make the choice to sleep in an airport. Airports can have bad or no wifi, nothing is open and sometimes they can be a bit creepy. However, on a trip back from Aisa this time I decided I wanted…

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Another way to get TSA pre-check

As a non-USA citizen who is not enrolled in Global Entry, I don’t really have the option of getting TSA pre-check. However, there is another way. Why would you want TSA pre-check? The need for speed! With TSA pre-check and a well-planned airport, you get the following: You get to use special marked lanes at…

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