We all have our particular comfort zone, irrespective of our environment and circumstances. It is where everything is familiar, with happenings and events that can affect our lifestyles generally predictable. Therefore, it offering us a significant degree of security. However, this situation change when we prepare to depart on a journey and traveling far from home.
Archive for October, 2018
In the compacted world of today, most of us are subjected to an environment that is over-populated. We are dictated to by our business and home-motivated schedules. This in effect means that to coin a phrase, we don’t have the time to smell the roses and are allowed to enjoy only limited freedom for our own benefit.
In the real world, things have a habit of going wrong, usually at the wrong times! If you are traveling as an airline passenger, then the chances of a mishap could be greater. In addition, lost luggage when on holiday could be one of the worst travel scenario, especially when landing in a foreign country.
Some travelers may complain about cramped airline seats and security pat-downs. However, for senior travelers simply navigating an airport can be particularly challenging!
You’re stuck at an airport and gearing up to survive long layover. Here are some tips to maximize those hours between flights!
We know that upon our return from our travels there will be a sharing our experiences, showing photographs, and the travel gifts. However, lingering in the background can be an air of anticipation about what are the hidden goodies we have for them. Some popular travel gifts to bring from Italy may include a wine or a Venetian mask.
The climate we experience every day at home does have a certain amount of influence on our every day lives. However, when we are considering making a trip out of town or out of the country, it then assumes that we should adjust to a new climate as it has a positive or negative effect on our general wellbeing.
Not too many years ago the hospitality and standard of conditions that you found at the airport lounges would have been very much on par across the globe.
The meaning attached to “disruptive passenger behavior” in the context of being onboard an aircraft can be ambiguous. A disruption can be a passenger talking loudly during a movie, a baby crying or something significantly more serious, such as religious conflicts on a plane.