Travelers beware! If you opened a Chase Sapphire card because of the advertised travel benefits, keep reading. Despite being routinely crowned the best credit card for travelers, Chase travel insurance fails miserably. Relying on this card in a travel emergency–like a terrorist attack or natural disaster–can either leave you stranded or cost you thousands. Learn why Chase’s travel insurance is like driving a car without brakes.
A once-in-a-lifetime family Galapagos trip can cost a bundle…but it doesn’t have to. Learn how to plan the perfect 10-12 day Galapagos itinerary that provides an extraordinary experience on an ordinary budget. You can finally cross this destination off your family’s bucket list!
200-year Galapagos tradition connects families across Alabama. Learn how years of Criminal Minds’ binging played role in mother’s search for serial killers when participating in this unique postal service.
Did you know there is a post office that will deliver your mail anywhere in the world and it’s ABSOLUTELY free?! Learn tips for visiting Floreana Island and participating in the 200 year Galapagos Islands’ tradition. You never know who’ll you meet when you deliver a card from Post Office Bay!
Before visiting magical Angkor Wat you must brush up on Cambodia’s tragic history! Get tips, movie and book recommendations before your trip to Siem Reap.
Travel is the gift that keeps giving. Teen shares how traveling the world has taught her lessons in American privilege and how travel has made her a more patriotic, grateful American.
Although I’ve never lived in a war-torn country, feared an oppressive government, suffered religious persecution, or fled genocide, I HAVE actually been detained in immigration and deported from a foreign country. I wouldn’t wish that experience on anyone, but it has given me a unique perspective on the current immigration debate.
Namibia offers some of the most spectacular sights on the planet but lots of things can go wrong! Follow these 10 tips when planning your family road trip.
A friend recently asked me to give her daughter, who was graduating from college, some real-world advice. My advice is directly opposite of the mainstream notion that you can do anything if you just believe in yourself. Here’s why.
Alabama family’s global field trip appears in Birmingham’s Over-the-Mountain-Journal.