Here is a funny story about the changing face of hiking in the Sierras… now you are packin’ poo! -editor P.S.: Congratulations to Brendan and Marily Nelson for not only climbing Mt. Whitney, but also getting in the...Read More
Tripods are great, but if you have had to lug one around for any length of time, you know what a hassle they can be. There are some pitfalls, however. In many places, you cannot use a tripod at all, as it classifies you as a...Read More
Southwest Airlines has matched Virgin Americaâ€™s fare prices, but S.W. is also offering deals for many more destinations than its rival. Book your travels by Sept. 6th for travel Sept. 12-30, 2007 for great deals. Seven day...Read More
This is an interesting topic that begs for discussion. In the past, I have traveled all over the world with NO supplemental travel insurance (in fact, as a broke youth I traveled with NO insurance whatsoever. The folly of...Read More
Airline food used to be part of the glamour and experience of air travel. Everyone has historically made fun of airline food: dry, frozen-and-now-McDonalds-hot, cardboard-alicious. Nonetheless, there is someting satifying about...Read More
Travelocity has launched Travelocity Mexico to serve residents of Mexico and its Spanish-speaking customers in North America. Great news for traveling to and from Mexico! For more on Mexico at ITKT Back to the ITKT Home...Read More
Wouldnâ€™t you love to fly on an airline with low fares, excellent service, and cutting-edge in-flight entertainment? What about leather seats, massage chairs and mood lighting? Virgina America is ready to provide such things as...Read More
Hi everyone, In the Know Traveler is about to launch an exciting new section of the site: Spanish language posts and pages on many of our featured articles, as well as a series of Spanish language podcasts. Our very own Maryl...Read More
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