4 Days of Thermal Baths, Goulash, and Wine

Where east meets west, that’s where Buda meets Pest. Seriously. The once-separate twin cities Buda and Pest lie on either side of the Danube River, right about where rugged eastern Europe collides with the shinier western countries. Buda is on the left bank, Pest on the right, the same way you’d read the city name: Buda-Pest.     A visit to...

Travel News – Cruise stakeholders in India unite to set up India Cruise Lines Association (INCLA)

The cruise sector in India has finally found a unified voice with the formation of the India Cruise Lines Association (INCLA), bringing together all the stakeholders on a common platform with a vision to create a road map for development of the sector in the country. Notably, in the past few years, cruise travel has emerged as the...

This One-Stop Shop for Planning Europe Train Travel Is the Secret to an Affordable Dream Trip

As an American traveler, I too often let airlines dictate my life. When am I going on that cross-country trip I’ve been planning? Whatever dates the Big Three (Delta, United, American) or Southwest decides are cheapest. With few other modes of affordable transportation in this vast country, airfare reigns supreme. So the perfect antidote...

Travellers scramble to purchase Click Frenzy travel deals

Australia's annual Travel Frenzy travel sale went off without a hitch on Tuesday night - with thousands of shoppers snapping up incredible deals online.But for those who missed out the bargains - which usually only last 24 hours - shouldn't despair because they company have extended selected deals for another two days.You could be jetting off to Fiji...

4 Days of Markets, Temples, and Mezcal

Forget the margarita-soaked Mexican beaches of Cancun and Acapulco—if you look inland, you’ll find a city so wonderful it’s deemed magical (“Pueblos Magicos”) by the Mexican government: Oaxaca. It lies about six hours southeast of Mexico City, and boasts a unique mix of natural beauty, architecture, culture, historical relevance, cuisine, and hospitality. Oaxaca doesn’t disappoint on any front.     The colonial city...

Donkey rides: think twice before taking one – animal abuse for our pleasure doesn’t end at elephants | Post Magazine

Once a holiday rite of passage in destinations such as England’s Weston-super-Mare, donkey rides are slowly going out of fashion as animal rights activists shine spotlight on widespread abuse By Adam Nebbs 8 Aug 2018 The humble donkey has been a part of the British seaside holiday tradition since the 18th century, or so I have read. One of my earliest...

EPAM and Aer Lingus Transform Digital Travel Customer Experiences for Over 12 Million Guests per Year

NEWTOWN, Pa., Aug. 7, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- EPAM Systems, Inc. (NYSE : EPAM ), a leading global provider of digital platform engineering and software development services, and Aer Lingus, the national...

2018 Fall Camp Q&A: Austin Dorris

Austin Dorris (#83) is expected to be the leader of the tight end group for the Hoosiers this fall. (Photo: Mike Pegram, Peegs.com)   Redshirt junior tight end Austin Dorris met with the media earlier this week and talked about the tight end group, what he has seen from the quarterbacks battling to be the starter, and what his...

How This Couple’s Breathtaking Instagram Is Making a Difference

Courtesy of Helen and Alastair Dixon Helen Dixon remembers what it was like starting to run again in 2012. She hadn’t exercised in the decade since high school, and everything seemed daunting from the newbie perspective. As she began to run with her husband, Alastair, they would take advice from any friendly runner on staying motivated and building their...

The Ultimate Brazil Travel Guide: Presented by Guilherme Paulus

When travelers go on vacation, they want to find the inside scoop of where to go, what to do and where to stay. Sure travelers ask concierges, travel agents, friends and family but why not speak with someone who has a clear vision as well as clear advice. When you travel to Brazil the one and only person...