• "2 baggage items of 23kg" What does this mean?

    I just bought two adult tickets for a flight, and on the ticket, it says; Total: 2 baggage items of 23kg That means each person has got right to carry 23 kilos of a baggage? I'm not native English speaker, so I want to make sure that I'm doing the right thing while booking
    I just bought two adult tickets for a flight, and on the ticket, it says; Total: 2 baggage items of 23kg That means each person has got right to carry 23 kilos of a baggage? I'm not native English speaker, so I want to make sure that I'm doing the right thing while booking
    7 answers · Packing & Preparation · 2 days ago
  • What do you do if you check into a hotel and they request that you leave your passport with them?

    Do you just give them your passport to keep during your stay or do you object?
    Do you just give them your passport to keep during your stay or do you object?
    5 answers · Packing & Preparation · 2 days ago
  • Why are some people so afraid to eat foreign food when they visit a foreign country?

    I heard of people who visited foreign countries who can't go a few days without eating food from their home country.
    I heard of people who visited foreign countries who can't go a few days without eating food from their home country.
    9 answers · Other - Destinations · 4 days ago
  • What sort of travel jobs could i work at?

    As in jobs that allow me to travel?, not a travel agent. I want to see more of the world, im sick of kicking around the same **** hole all the time, im 27 this year and im fed up looking at the same faces and the same place every day.
    As in jobs that allow me to travel?, not a travel agent. I want to see more of the world, im sick of kicking around the same **** hole all the time, im 27 this year and im fed up looking at the same faces and the same place every day.
    4 answers · Other - Destinations · 2 days ago
  • My wife@I have to fly to Florida,has anyone used those vacuum bags (so it will fit in one bag) does it work,if we fly down?

    Best answer: We got these huge ziplock bags made for clothes. You put the clothes in, roll them to squeeze out the air, then close the valve. They have the benefit over the vacuum bags that you don't need a vacuum to use them. Just be careful about weight. Also, check out packing cubes. They do't save space, but... show more
    Best answer: We got these huge ziplock bags made for clothes. You put the clothes in, roll them to squeeze out the air, then close the valve. They have the benefit over the vacuum bags that you don't need a vacuum to use them. Just be careful about weight.

    Also, check out packing cubes. They do't save space, but they help organize stuff which is pretty nice.
    10 answers · Packing & Preparation · 6 days ago
  • Who do I contact to help plan travelling and plan tickets?

    My girlfriend moved to the other side of teh globe. We have holidays that match and are willing to meet halfwy and what not. but doing this ourselves is hard, finding cheap tickets, etc. Who can I contact to help with this? thank you!
    My girlfriend moved to the other side of teh globe. We have holidays that match and are willing to meet halfwy and what not. but doing this ourselves is hard, finding cheap tickets, etc. Who can I contact to help with this? thank you!
    6 answers · Packing & Preparation · 1 week ago
  • Is it easy to for an American to become a wandering and/or forest monk in Asia?

    Particularly in India, Thailand, Cambodia or Japan I assume. Are there any in China? Thank You.
    Particularly in India, Thailand, Cambodia or Japan I assume. Are there any in China? Thank You.
    11 answers · Other - Destinations · 1 week ago
  • What are some reasons why it might be better to drive instead of flying?

    Best answer: Ok for shorter distances. Cheaper. No rush.
    Best answer: Ok for shorter distances. Cheaper. No rush.
    10 answers · Other - Destinations · 2 weeks ago
  • Would being alone on a tropical island for one day feel good?

    Best answer: I won't mind it for a week.
    Best answer: I won't mind it for a week.
    4 answers · Other - Destinations · 1 week ago
  • This woman inspired me to make a resort that bans people of color. What do you think?

    Best answer: I think it's so sad that anyone would judge anyone else based on the colour of their skin.
    We're all just human beings.
    Where did anyone ever get the ridiculous idea that skin colour makes any difference to a person's value?
    Best answer: I think it's so sad that anyone would judge anyone else based on the colour of their skin.
    We're all just human beings.
    Where did anyone ever get the ridiculous idea that skin colour makes any difference to a person's value?
    6 answers · Other - Destinations · 2 weeks ago
  • Places to throw a party ? UK?

    For my upcoming 17th I can’t have a party in my house because my mum won’t allow the noise and I can’t have it at anyone else’s either, was thinking about a hotel room but apparently it’s risky due to the noise, everybody not paying etc etc (I live in Manchester if anyone could recommend a cheap hotel that would be... show more
    For my upcoming 17th I can’t have a party in my house because my mum won’t allow the noise and I can’t have it at anyone else’s either, was thinking about a hotel room but apparently it’s risky due to the noise, everybody not paying etc etc (I live in Manchester if anyone could recommend a cheap hotel that would be more tolerant of this then thanks) . But I can’t think of anywhere else I could throw one
    8 answers · Other - Destinations · 2 weeks ago
  • When you travel long distance with your cats, do you bring a litter box or not?

    Best answer: A long distance in a car might be 100 miles, while that would be a short trip in an airplane.
    Best answer: A long distance in a car might be 100 miles, while that would be a short trip in an airplane.
    8 answers · Packing & Preparation · 2 weeks ago
  • How much money should I take for my trip????

    So I’m traveling to Seattle next month and it’s my first time traveling on my own with friends...I’m staying there for just three days but since I’m traveling from California it’s going to be a new experience for me since I’ve never been out of state on my own before...I was thinking in taking $300 should I take... show more
    So I’m traveling to Seattle next month and it’s my first time traveling on my own with friends...I’m staying there for just three days but since I’m traveling from California it’s going to be a new experience for me since I’ve never been out of state on my own before...I was thinking in taking $300 should I take more? I also have a credit card for emergencies as well.
    14 answers · Packing & Preparation · 2 weeks ago
  • What are some great places to see beautiful sunsets?

    Best answer: NEW YORK - from the Queens end of the Brooklyn Bridge. SAN FRANCISCO - from Baker Beach. LOS ANGELES - from Griffith Park. RIO DE JANEIRO - looking out over the De Freitas Lake. CAPE TOWN - from the V&A Waterfront looking towards the Table Mountain. HONG KONG - looking west from Kowloon waterfront. AYERS... show more
    Best answer: NEW YORK - from the Queens end of the Brooklyn Bridge.

    SAN FRANCISCO - from Baker Beach.

    LOS ANGELES - from Griffith Park.

    RIO DE JANEIRO - looking out over the De Freitas Lake.

    CAPE TOWN - from the V&A Waterfront looking towards the Table Mountain.

    HONG KONG - looking west from Kowloon waterfront.

    AYERS ROCK - it DOES change colour.

    SYDNEY - from Macquarie's Chair in the Botanical Garden.

    LISBON - from Belem, just east of the Monument to Discoveries.

    MALAGA - from the top of the hill where the castle is.

    BARCELONA - from the Olympic Village looking across the port and Montjuic.

    ZARAGOZA - from the far end of the Puente del Pillar, with the basilica and the river in the foreground.

    TANGIER - from the top of the hill looking west.

    MARSEILLE - from the steps of the Gare St. Charles looking west over the city.

    NICE - from the Chateau d'Eau looking west across the city.

    PARIS - from the Pont Neuf.

    ROME - from the SE corner of the Colosseum.

    SPLIT - looking across the harbour.

    SANTORINI - from the cliftops above Fira.

    ISTANBUL - from the Galata Bridge looking west.

    BRIGHTON - from the Palace Pier with the seafront and the old West Pier in the foreground.

    LONDON - from Primrose Hill belvedere or in the Orbit Tower at the Olympic Park.

    TEL AVIV - from the 'wishing bridge' in Jaffa port area.
    7 answers · Other - Destinations · 2 weeks ago
  • Warmest of the Seven (or Eight) Summits?

    Best answer: Five of the Seven Summits are inhospitable mountains that can only be climbed by trained teams of mountaineers. The two other two are Kosciusko in Australia, that should take you a day to climb and return providing you are relatively fit; and Kilimanjaro in Africa which, while not requiring technical climbing... show more
    Best answer: Five of the Seven Summits are inhospitable mountains that can only be climbed by trained teams of mountaineers. The two other two are Kosciusko in Australia, that should take you a day to climb and return providing you are relatively fit; and Kilimanjaro in Africa which, while not requiring technical climbing skills like the other five, is difficult enough that you cannot climb it on your own, and you will need to go with an organised group that includes a leader and porters. Kosciusko will certainly be the warmest and it's best to walk up in Spring or Autumn.

    There is plenty of information available on how, when, and the cost of climbing. On a quick search I found this site which might help: https://mountainplanet.com/seven-summits
    4 answers · Other - Destinations · 2 weeks ago