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Expert tips for avoiding tainted alcohol in Mexico - USA TODAY
Travel safety experts say tourists should not feel that they have to fully avoid drinking alcohol in Mexico. But they do advise being extra vigilant. While this may not help in every situation, here are some tips provided by experts for handling.

'Vacation Shaming' Is Preventing Millennials From Taking Time Off - Travel+Leisure
The American workforce is shaming its largest segment of workers into leaving behind unused vacation days. A new survey conducted by travel insurance firm Allianz Global Assistance revealed that millennial workers in the United States are suffering the&nbsp.

What It's Like to Travel Abroad in the Age of Trump - Travel+Leisure
Katharine Phillips also found while traveling to Iceland that once people learned she was American , they needed to check on her political leanings. She was in the Toronto airport and shared a table with a local, who looked her square in the eye and.

Iceland: Volcanoes, horse rides and geothermal baths - it's the ideal wellbeing holiday -
Sure enough, a feeling of cosy contentment washes over me and in that moment, I know that when it comes to wellness breaks, there's no better destination than Iceland . ... No visit to Iceland is complete without a trip to the Blue Lagoon (

Visitors leave piles of trash and garbage at one of Iceland's most picturesque swimming pools - Iceland Magazine
Locals have grown increasingly frustrated by trash left by visitors to Seljavalllalaug swimming pool in South Iceland . The pool, which is located in Laugarárgil ravine in the Eyjafjöll mountains south of Eyjafjallajökull glacier in South Iceland , is a.

Four Ways to Ireland’s Viking Heart
The rate of North American visitors skyrocketed to ... Ireland into a trading network that stretched from Iceland to Turkey and the Baltic.” According to Jack Burtchaell, historian and tour guide in Waterford. The Vikings spent 300 years making Wexford.

Cool fast-casual concepts across the country - USA TODAY
Smart money is on the latter. Just as the ascendance of fast food coincided with America's budding automotive industry and highway system, fast casual is ideally suited to the post-millennial era. Americans today work longer hours and are more likely.

‘The passport rule I’d never heard of, that almost ruined my holiday.’
When airlines send a reminder to check your travel documents before flying, how many of us think to look at expiry dates? Avoid the last minute scramble for passport renewal forms with Skyscanner Australia’s country-by-country guide to the requirements.

What fliers need to know about the airline laptop ban - USA TODAY
U.S. travelers woke up Tuesday to the confirmation of reports that an electronics ban would affect certain flights to the United States. Under the new “temporary” restrictions announced by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, personal electronics.

Faster TSA Bag Scanners Are One Step Closer to Reality -
TSA has approved new baggage scanners designed to do two things: Speed up airport security lines, and provide better imaging of your bag's contents. Once installed, these scanners could make airports safer, and security checkpoints run smoother.

The Top Vineyards All Around the US - Travel+Leisure
Travelers who tour vineyards and indulge in a few glasses of the house speciality are unlikely to leave less cheery. But there are a few select vineyards around the country that go above and beyond to astound visitors. Yelp analyzed the reviews of.

VISIBLE: Women Writers of Color: Faith Adiele
The daughter of a Nordic-American ... Girl’s Guide To Lady Problems, a humorous, tri-cultural look at Black women and fibroids. A graduate of the University of Iowa Writers’ Workshop and the Nonfiction Writing Program, Faith teaches travel writing.

What You Need to Know About Your Passport - New York Times
Last year, more than 72 million Americans traveled abroad, according to the National Travel and Tourism Office. Yet many international travelers are turned away at the airport because even though they have a valid passport, its expiration date does not&nbsp.

Fallout from lamb killing by US travellers: Camper van rental criticized for seemingly encouraging sheep rustling - Iceland Magazine
American travellers killed the lamb for food. The company offers its customers various advice on how to behave and what to do in Iceland . Some of the advice seems to encourage poaching, illegal fishing - or even sheep rustling: "As a measure to keep&nbsp.

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