Travel Tips

If you long to see loved ones or dip your toes in the sand, you’re not alone. It’s been over a year since the pandemic locked down most of the U.S., and despite guidance from the Centers for Disease...
By The Washington Post 14h agoShare this article:ShareTweetShareShareShareEmailShareBy Natalie B. ComptonRachel from Columbia has been starting to get invites for trips with friends. But she is wary. She said the thought of being in an airport, sitting on...
ROME (AP) — The Italian government on Sunday abruptly delayed opening Italy’s beloved ski season because a coronavirus variant was detected in a good portion of recently infected persons in the country.Health Minister Roberto Speranza’s ordinance forbidding amateur skiing...
My last column on the thicket of new visa rules facing UK business travellers when they resume trips to the EU prompted three recurring questions from FT readers. How, if these visas are such a problem, have so many...
Luxury bags and expensive items can easily raise suspicion when you’re trying to clear the customs at the airport. They’re sure to raise red flags and you can be pulled aside and you know – the questioning and trying...
By Clinton Moodley 41m agoShare this article:ShareTweetShareShareShareEmailShareThis summer will be quite different due to the coronavirus pandemic. Here are some tips to follow to ensure that you have a sizzling and safe holiday.COVID-19 SAFETY:Sanitise, sanitise, sanitiseIt surprises me...
Mohammad Jasem Alwazzan is someone who can make any food look appetizing. It’s not a simple task because a lot of trick goes...