Taking Advantage Of Southwest Airlines' Single-Way FaresBy Kevin Wilkerson, PubClub.com Travel BloggerOnce I started flying to Las Vegas instead of driving from L.A., it did not take me long to figure out this neat little trick utilizing Southwest Airlines' single-fare booking service.Unlike many other airlines, with Southwest you book your trip each way – … [Read more...]
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Headed To Long Beach And Instead Winding Up At The PeakBy Kevin Wilkerson, PubClub.com Travel BloggerSometimes, the journey is as much of a story as the destination.That is certainly the case when I set off for an area of Phi Phi Island in Thailand called Long Beach and wound up instead at the very top of the island at a place called View Point.I had been told … [Read more...]
Traveling Home To A Traditional Part Of East Tennessee By Kevin Wilkerson, PubClub.com Travel Blogger No matter where we travel, where we go or what we experience, we should never lose our roots. Sometimes, it's necessary to get back in touch with your heritage, even in a small way, to keep alive the history than can be buried deep within your soul. And that's just … [Read more...]
Wine On The Rails Makes Swiss Traveling A Relaxing PleasureBy Kevin Wilkerson, PubClub.com Travel BloggerOne of the great thrills of being in Switzerland – for me, anyway – is going from place to to place.Because that means traveling by train, and in Switzerland it's the best way to get around the country.Top Reasons For Traveling By Train In … [Read more...]
Electronic Machines At LAX And Other Airports Add Another Step To Clearing CustomsBy Kevin Wilkerson, PubClub.com Travel Blogger I don't get it. The U.S. Customs Automated Passport Control electronic machines – installed at some U.S. airports for USA and Canadian citizens to save time going through customs – doesn't appear to save any time at all. In fact, all it does … [Read more...]
Escaping The Hawkers And Greeted By A Cheap Mojoto Street StandIf there was one thing I needed after two days in Patong Beach in Thailand, it was relief. Relief from streets clogged with so many businesses, some stacked in front of others so that it was tough to find the entrances even if you wanted to go in any of them. Relief from the grimy scene and the … [Read more...]