Ecuador Travel Tips 2014

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After Weeks of Natural Disasters, Should You Change Your Travel Plans? - Condé Nast Traveler
Earthquakes in Mexico, Japan, and Ecuador —all within the span of 24 hours. Wildfires that choked the Northwest and ravaged California this fall. Record-setting, back-to-back-to-back hurricanes in the Atlantic and across the Gulf. The threat of Bali's.

Where to Find Ultra Luxe Vacation Rentals—Concierge Included - Condé Nast Traveler
For certain travelers, embracing home-sharing services has meant accepting some subtle casualties along the way: oftentimes, choosing that cozy East London flat doesn't mean returning—legs weary at the end of a long day—to those impossibly tucked-in.

Hoping to stretch pensions, Americans move to Ecuador, Canada ... - Miami Herald
To casual visitors, this colonial town in southern Ecuador looks like it was torn from the pages of history. With its cobbled streets, soaring cathedrals and bustling markets, it exudes a lazy, old world charm. But Cuenca is also on the cutting edge of.

8 Summer Travel Tips to Help You Beat the Airport Crowds - Condé Nast Traveler
Around 2.5 million people are expected to travel by air in the U.S. each day from June through Labor Day, a 4 percent rise from 2016, making it a record-high summer travel season. That could put an enormous strain on the system, but fears of gridlock.

4 Tips to Buy Luggage That Lasts
Jacquie Whitt, co-founder and director of U.S. operations for Adios Adventure Travel, which offers tours of Ecuador and Peru, chooses luggage with a lifetime warranty. She says she replaced her bags for free four years after purchase thanks to the lifetime.

The Hater’s Guide To The 2014 World Cup
As always, I did no research for this Hater's Guide. These observations are made strictly out ... Everything I know about Croatia I learned from an issue of Travel & Leisure I read in a dentist's waiting room eight years ago. Apparently, you can go to.

A Guide to Kissing Etiquette Around the World - Condé Nast Traveler
Unlike a simple handshake or hug, circumstances that warrant the cheek kiss differ by culture, and the logistics are equally as varied: In Spain, one kiss on each cheek is common; in some parts of Afghanistan, it's customary to kiss up to eight times.

When it comes to self-driving cars, what's safe enough? - Science News (blog)
But the only surefire way to evaluate autonomous cars' reliability is test-driving them in real traffic, explains Nidhi Kalra, an information scientist at the RAND Corporation in San Francisco. “I think a lot of people were thinking, 'Oh, we'll just.

How Hurricane Irma Will Affect Your Travel Plans - Condé Nast Traveler
Following a week of floods and catastrophic storms in Texas from Hurricane Harvey, the U.S. is bracing itself for another potential hurricane landfall; this time, Hurricane Irma has already strengthened to a Category 5 storm, the strongest type of.

The Caribbean 'Is Open' for Fall and Winter Travel - Condé Nast Traveler
It almost feels...dirty, to talk about planning a Caribbean vacation right now. We get it. But this isn't the whole story. The Caribbean is one million square miles, from Trinidad and Tobago off the coast of Venezuela all the way up to the Bahamas.


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