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US State Department Travel Warnings
Friday, 11 January 2008
US Department of State For three decades, the State Department has issued “travel warnings” to alert citizens to the potential dangers of visiting certain international regions. Some are minor, some pretty dire – the question is, how seriously you should take them when you travel? Well the fine folks at Travel & Leisure have tried to illuminate the issue with an article addressing what these warnings are, where they come from, and what it means for you.

The warnings are based on assessments by the State Department, the Bureau of Consular Affairs, and other agencies that deal with international relations. Some experts believe that the warnings are often far more alarmist than they need to be. Others suspect that politics are a factor (T&L notes that a travel warning regarding Syria still stands after a single terrorist incident in 2006 on the U.S. Embassy) but State Department officials naturally deny both.

Summer Travel Busier Than The Holidays
Thursday, 10 January 2008
Image Despite the media frenzy that surrounds winter holiday travel, it turns out that summer is actually the busiest travel season, according to USA Today. The newspaper did an analysis using data from the Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) and the Federal Aviation Administration, and found that flight volumes are higher in the summer, and delays are worse.

In fact, the consensus was that take a flight on any Thursday or Friday during the summer months is worse than the same weekdays before Christmas or the Wednesday before Thanksgiving.

Some Tips On Tipping
Friday, 04 January 2008
tipping For most Westerners, tipping is a way of life. You have a nice meal, you leave a little something for the server. If they’re great, you leave a bigger tip – and if the service was bad, you either tip anyway out of obligation, or take your revenge by withholding that 15 to 20 percent. And when it comes to skycaps and bellhops, we automatically slip them a bill just because they’re handling our bags.

It becomes more complicated when you travel internationally, however. Other cultures have different rules about tipping, as reported by Travel & Leisure. A good tip in Rome will be warmly appreciated, while it’s a sign that you’re an out-of-towner of you tip lavishly in London. In Sydney and Stockholm, tipping is light (10 percent for waitstaff is considered generous), while in Thailand and Bangkok tipping is considered an insult.
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