April 2013




Thirty-three percent of Americans Admit They Steal From Hotels

Hotels.com recently published a report highlighting the habits of travelers around the world – specifically – what we steal from hotels! Hotels know that people are going to take certain things, and in fact, some things are meant to be taken….


One Mile At A Time Invents Time Travel, But Mr Pickles is King

If you’re attending FTU, or read One Mile At A Time, you probably heard that Lucky invented time travel…well, sort of.  Lucky’s post yesterday, which had to be one of his funniest yet, created quite a stir with some readers….





I Have Dengue, Now What?

I have what?  Dengue? How did that happen?  Well, the answer is that dengue is the most rapidly spreading mosquito-borne viral disease in the world. An estimated 50 million dengue infections occur annually according to the World Health Organization (WHO).  So it’s shouldn’t be…




New Airline Alliance: Flock?

You’ve got to give it to the Asia-Pacific market for best branding, naming and uniform design. Recently I had the pleasure…hmmm…I had the opportunity?? Let’s just say I had some really bizarre flights recently. Tiger Air flight crew wears black and yellow…




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Hotels are Methadone clinics for the travel addicted

A review of “Heads In Beds: A Reckless Memoir of Hotels, Hustles and So-Called Hospitality” by Jacob Tomsky. Perhaps the best, and only good one-liner of the entire book comes on page 14: “hotels are methadone clinics for the travel…