I'm looking to chat with people who have traveled to different countries within Asia (S. Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, China, Japan, etc.) and have food allergies and or dietary restrictions.
I'm trying to learn what worked during your travel experience such as: researching restaurants, mobile apps, recommendations, etc. In addition, I want to learn what didn't work such as using chef cards, translation apps, etc., and why.
Please feel free to reach out with any questions and or additional info. you want to share.
I AM A 70 YEAR OLD MALE AND AM CONSIDERING A WEEK IN BANGKOK NEXT MOHTH.
I HAVE RECENTLY MANAGED HOLIDAYS IN COPENHAGEN AND SOFIA ON MY OWN BUT WONDER IF THIS MIGHT BE A BIT TOO MUCH FOR ME.
I AM PRETTY STREET SMART AND TAKE CARE SAFETY WISE.
ANY COMMENTS GOOD OR BAD WOULD BE WELCOME THANKS IN ADVANCE
Hi, I recently retired and live in Toronto and would love to travel to Alberta this summer. It is rather late to find a good tour and accommodation in the Banff area. I am a bit nervous about going solo and sleeping in the bunk bed in a hostel.
Anyone has visited the area and has the advice? Anyone would like to visit the area? I love hiking and also would be interested in joining day tours and activities.
I've recently completed a full review of my time visiting this most interesting city in Vietnam.
I have always had a fascination with the country and have visited on many occasions including speciality 'battlefield' tours.
However, this particular review covers a visit my wife and I made during a River Cruise along the Mekong River.
The full review complete with over 30 photographs can be read by following the link to my blog...
As always I'd be delighted to answer any questions.
My uncle (aged 82) would like to go away for a couple of weeks in the winter to Benidorm. Can anyone recommend hotels that might cater for single travellers with some group activities? He goes on organised holidays e.g. Titan, but is looking for a hotel stay but maybe with some days out or people to eat with in the evening.
Many thanks for any suggestions.
Hello, I'm looking for advice on travel insurance companies who offer annual multi-trip cover for over 65s (I'm 67), with more than 45 days cover per trip.
Ideally, I'd like a backpackers or silver surfer type insurance, but at my age, I can't find anything suitable. I only have mild asthma and mild hypertension, both well controlled.
This doesn't seem to be a problem but cover only seems to go up to 45 days. How do people find insurance for a round-the-world cruise, for example? Does anyone have experience?
Hi there. I’m new on here. Any suggestions please for a good company to use for a divorced 50-year-old lady to use for first holiday travelling on her own?
Probably UK based for first outing. Many thanks. 😀