Hopped on a very short flight from SJC – BUR in California. Alaska Airlines had a sale when you fly on Saturdays of only $29 US each way, what a steal! Took advantage of this and booked a flight on an Alaska Airlines flight, operated by Skywest.
My favorite discount Japanese airlines which I’ve never flown. Still waiting to find an opportunity to fly with them! Peach is having a sale and prices are quite nice.
To make another year peach-ful, now you can plan your new year trips with Peach!
Flew on American Airlines from SFO – DFW and was pretty happy that there were seatback TVs. Unfortunately, flight attendant came on the intercom and said that catering didn’t load headphones on the plane so they don’t have any to give out. Bummer, luckily for me I brought a set of my own,
Marriott bought SPG and will be merging ‘soon.’ Maybe 2019 at my best guess. They’re both huge companies so it takes quite awhile to finalize everything both on the legal ends and operational end.
In the meanwhile, why not take advantage having two programs?
Exciting changes in the prepaid SIM card space lately. It’s certainly gotten more competitive in both features and pricing. I’ll focus on data SIM cards for use in both Hong Kong and Macau. In the past, you were roaming in Macau with a HK SIM, but these days the cards here will provide data service in Macau as though you were locally in Hong Kong.
When is the best time to visit Hong Kong? There is no specific answer to that as it all comes to personal preference. However, the two major reasons why visitors bother to check this kind of information is because of hotel rates and weather.
Hotel rates vary as per demand.
As discussed in Travel Insurance Basics, you buy travel insurance to cover four protections, namely: Accident Protection, Medical Expenses, Personal Liability, and Travel Benefits.
Of the four, Personal Liability is kind of a “freebie”, it’s bundled in with your policy.
How expensive your plan is always depends on the amount of Medical coverage you buy – the more medical expenses covered,
I was a bit excited to go to FTU 2017 in Chicago. Learning new travel hacking tips and tricks from the pros / attendees; or so I thought. It was a bit of a snoozefest to be honest.
If you read a lot of the travel hacking blogs,
I’ve never been to Frequent Traveler University before, and am a bit excited to go. In case you aren’t aware, FTU is basically a travel hacking conference. According to the FTU website:
Frequent Traveler University is the world’s premier educational series of seminars devoted to teaching traveler’s the best way to maximize their frequent flyer miles,
What does Travel Insurance even cover? Why are you always being asked to buy it when you buy airline tickets on Expedia, Zuji, and airlines’ own websites?
In Western countries, many benefits are bundled into your credit card – most people don’t even know! But in Hong Kong,