According to some estimates as many as 80% of the guest reviews published on hotel booking websites are bogus, something that few travelers are aware of. There is no surefire way to determine a review's validity, but there are some useful warning signs.
The proposed ‘Transparent Airfares Act’ is anything but. If it passes, travellers in the United States will be subject to the same kinds of deceptive marketing practices that are the norm in many other parts of the world.
Travel Tips Fuel surcharges can camouflage the real cost of airline tickets, Michael Taylor discovers as he books a flight from Hong Kong to Bangkok to attend the Digital Innovation Asia Bloggers Match-up. When I search for an airline ticket to attend the Digital Innovation Asia Bloggers Match-up in Bangkok, Thailand, I do a flexible …
Travel insurance, a guide to buying the best policy to protect travelers.