Practical Travel Advice

Whether you’re looking to save money, obtain visas or get from “Point A” to “Point B,” these travel articles assist you with the practical aspects of travel.

How to Travel Whenever You Want

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Here’s how I went from broke to balling in almost no time—and how you can do the same.

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Smooth as Silk—Still

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How has time (not to mention, many experiences in the world’s best business classes) changed my initial (starstruck) perception of Thai Airways business class?

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Qatar Airways’ Phenomenal—but Paradoxical—First Class

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The impeccable experience offered in Qatar Airways’ first class contradicts the airline’s advocacy for elimination of the cabin.

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How to Best Absorb Culture When Traveling

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During this turbulent time of social upheaval and a rocky political climate, there is no better time to absorb the different cultures you come across upon your travels than now.

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D’oh: A Less-Than-Regal Experience in Qatar Airways Business Class

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Qatar Airways business class provides solid service and a good product, but it wasn’t the industry-leading experience I expected it would be.

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Singapore Airlines’ Surprising Flaw

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Expect to be satisfied when you fly Singapore Airlines in business class, but not stunned.

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Inspiration of Japan

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Very little about the ANA experience has changed since I first flew them, besides of course the percentage of time I’m in business vs. economy.

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A New American Journey

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Onboard American Airlines flight 27, from Los Angeles to Tokyo Haneda, Sandra simply smiled sweetly and handed me a glass of champagne.

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