You Now Have To Pay To Check A Bag On Delta’s International Flights

The days of checking your first bag for free when flying international to Europe of beyond is now a thing of the past, at least if you’re flying Delta’s basic economy fare and wich to check a bag. Delta Airlines has begun to charge international fliers that opted for basic economy fares $60 for their […]

10 Photos That Will Make You Want To Visit Cuba ASAP

Ask any millennial to choose their #1 dream travel destination, and there’s a good chance a large percentage of them will say they want to visit Cuba. That’s not a surprise. Prior to former President Obama forge a relationship with the country in 2015, ending decades-long hostility between the U.S. and Cuba following the Cold […]

Shontel Horne

Oneika The Traveller Joins Forces With The Travel Channel

You’re about to see a lot more of award-winning blogger Oneika The Traveller. Journalist, educator and travel enthusiast Oneika Raymond has joined forces with the Travel Channel to produce two original web series for the network. Oneika will bring what she has learned from visiting more than 100 countries on six continents to her two new […]

Shontel Horne

Is This The End Of NYC’s 24-Hour Subway Service?

New York City’s 24-hour subway system is one of the major reasons why the Big Apple is “The City That Never Sleep,” but the around-the-clock public transportation system could potentially roll back on early morning service as the system heads into the 21st century. Time Out reports that in an effort to expedite NYC’s planned […]

I’m Black & I’m A Backpacker: A Travel Perspective

Throughout most of my travel journey, I have opted for a large backpack instead of a rolling suitcase, hostels instead of hotels, and public transportation instead of rental cars in my great stamp chase around the world. While at home my race is identified before I am, judgment imposed and transcribed on my persona – when […]

Anne Desrosiers

Anti-Racism Training Is Now Mandatory For American Airlines Employees

After the NAACP issued a “travel advisory” for American Airlines back in October, the carrier seems to be fretful of taking any chances. They are now making their employees undergo anti-racism training. According to KTLA,  beginning in 2018, everyone at the company will need to complete annual implicit bias training. The NAACP warned black travelers, urging […]

Inside The New Four Seasons Resort Costa Rica

Costa Rica just got a luxurious new resort and it just may be the most lavish hotel in Central America. After five months of renovations, the Four Seasons Resort Costa Rica, which is also the only Forbes Five-Star luxury resort in Central and South America, reopened this week. The newly renovated hotel, which came with […]

How One Day In Bahrain Made This Traveler View the Middle East Differently

I once held the ignorant belief that Middle Eastern countries were all similar. I thought that they were all countries with desert locales, all holding on to archaic and outdated interpretations of Islam much like Saudia Arabia. I was wrong. Each individual country holds a wealth and art, history and tradition that has withstood the test […]

Alicia Fort

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