A few tips from some travel pro’s on dealing with pesky red eye flights! Nobody loves flying in the middle of the night – especially when you can’t seem to get any sleep on a crowded plane. We share a few tips on how to cope with a late night red eye flight. One of our favorite tips: Finds some NOICE CANCELLING HEADPHONES. There are some fantastic ones out in the market… but you don’t need to spend hundreds of dollars. Check out this set of bluetooth wireless noise cancelling headphones for less than $30: http://bit.ly/30dollarheadphones
Traveling in Florida this week with my son David. We fell into a pitiful roadside tourist trap featuring a still 13 foot alligator and some baby gators as well. Let’s just say we were SUCKERED into the Florida Baby Gator Trap!
Travel tips are a bit like salt water taffy on Halloween… you can find them anywhere and most of the time they’re pretty stale. I follow a number of travel experts on Facebook, Twitter, etc… sometimes I see some good advice, but most of the time it’s pretty common sense stuff… even for the novice traveler (everyone knows to wear comfortable shoes when traveling on a long haul flight). So (as someone who logs approximately 200,000 miles per year) what’s the one travel tip I would give… perhaps a clever bit of advice that a novice traveler may […]
One advantage of a long haul flight is it provides a chance to catch up on some of the latest and greatest movies. These days virtually every carrier offers an In Flight Entertainment (IFE) system build into the seat-backs of their aircraft that run the international routes. While my preferred method of burning time is not to binge watch multiple movies (look for an upcoming post on tips for long haul flights) – I will usually watch at least one flick when crossing the pond. In the not-so-distant past all passengers on the plane watched one movie together.