My Travel Routine: Author Joanna Hershon
Joanna Hershon’s novels often feature gripping destinations—from late 19th-century Santa Fe to Baja California—and her latest, A Dual Inheritance, is no exception, with Tanzania, Anguilla, and China among the backdrops. After getting caught up in the intergenerational tale, we asked Joanna to tell us how travel inspires both her writing and her life.
Planning Responsible Travel Should Be Easy. But It’s Not
I don’t know about you, but when I travel, I would like to know that I am not harming the world. I want to have some sense, for example, of my hotels’ environmental and social impact. If they’re bad guys, I want to know. And if they’re doing cool stuff, I want to know, too….. see more
How Important Is Travel Spending To The US Economy?
On Tuesday, Roger Dow, CEO of the U.S. Travel Association, testified before the House Energy and Commerce Committee’s subcommittee on commerce, manufacturing and trade, and his message was clear: Expanding visa waiver programs, improving the U.S. entry process and investing in business travel could help the U.S. realize “enormous” growth…. see more
When to buy travel insurance
Alaskan eruption offers case study in pros and cons of coverage
Unlike the 2010 eruptions of Iceland’s volcano — which led to an ash cloud that grounded flights into and out of Europe for a week — the eruption of Cleveland over the weekend hasn’t generated much in the way of flight disruptions. But there is a lesson here for nervous travelers: If you want travel insurance, buy early and read the fine print….see morre
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