Travel can be cheap, but it is never free. Couch-surfing is cheap -- but not free. Joining the Peace Corps will allow you to travel, but you have to give up years of your life. House-sitting at Aunt Jennifer's in Boca is cheap, but not free -- think of all those cats.
Traveling is really all about connecting. Connecting with people, connecting with places, connecting with memories and connecting with experiences. And if there's one thing technology does well, it's connect the dots.
Congratulations on your engagement and your decision to host a destination wedding for all your friends and family someplace fabulous, tropical, and remote. You have a responsibility to make your guests' trip -- both planning and execution -- as smooth as possible for each and every one of them.
When planning a family vacation, there are many things to take into account. You'll need to search for kid-friendly hotels and attractions, flights, restaurants, deals, etc; and that's not always an easy feat on your own
A new year brings predictions by travel experts based on last year's stats. But how much will the January terrorist incidents in Paris, the unresolved air crashes in Southeast Asia, and other health and safety issues at home and abroad influence these newly released trends?
Lots of professions have fallen to the sword of technology. I, for one, would vote to restore travel agents to their former place in the food chain. Travel agents may stand alone in things the Internet didn't improve.