We're darn proud to be Americans, and we don't mind saying so -- whether we're here at our New York City headquarters or standing on foreign soil. But unfortunately, we've all seen the embarrassing U.S. traveler abroad.
In 2002, there was a run on the banks where everyone tried to withdraw their savings at the same time. This exacerbated the country's economic issues, causing the government and banks to put restrictions on how much residents could withdraw.
Global Yodel caught up with Cape Town local Anthea Hartzenberg and asked her about life in South Africa.
4. How to tell which way is north in Brooklyn: It's hopeless. Don't even try.
"If you think about the actual reason, the story you want to tell, you will be in a much better position to convey this to the people looking at your images."
With many of us taking to the friendly skies over the next few weeks, it's time to start thinking about the ideal sleep accessories and snacks. As for me, I'm considering giving the travel pillow another try.
Sometimes a one-week vacation just isn't enough, especially when you wake up the last morning of your trip and don't want to leave yet -- it's too soon, and you've just begun to discover what makes your destination so special.
I travel a lot for work and pleasure. Striking up a conversation has allowed me new experiences and lasting memories.
Winter vacations don't always have to be synonymous with overeating and obnoxious relatives (but even if they are, you certainly deserve another trip that's all about you).
We see dazzling skyscraper debuts, earthshaking sports events, and royal coronations in your future. We're not psychic. But we can predict where packs of travelers might be heading to next: extraordinary cities and countries set to shine in the coming year.
Because I only had a very brief amount of time in the Irish capital, I decided to try something new -- ambush total strangers and see if someone might be my local guide.
Anyone making their way to Machu Picchu must first traverse The Sacred Valley of the Incas (Valle Sagrado de los Incas), and we were no exception. But this was no tedious trek, it was a fascinating adventure in its own right.
You couldn't buy a turkey, plucked or in any condition, really, other than roaming around a barnyard, in Waterford, Ireland, when we moved there years ago. Nor could you find cranberry sauce or pumpkin filling for making a pie in any supermarket.
Skip the long, cold lines of big box stores this Black Friday: savvy shoppers can give the gift of travel, thanks to extremely competitive deals in the market, with savings up to 75%.
A mere 65 miles northwest of L.A., Ojai is known for the "Pink Moment," when the sun sets and everyone stops, faces east and silently takes in the awe-inspiring pink hue on the Topatopa Bluffs, towering more than 5,000 feet above the valley floor.
Could we really still travel with five kids under the age of five? Sure we could and indeed we did. Whether your family is big or small, here is some advice to ensure that your next check-in doesn't leave you wanting to check out!