It’s Thursday (aka almost Friday) and it’s time for the next installment of our #TravelerRightsThursday series! Today we’re chatting about changes to airlines’ flight modification policies. ✈️ While most airlines are increasingly restrictive and travelers face high hurdles when trying to change their flight, @Frontier has moved in the opposite direction. In a bold move for a budget airline, Frontier now allows passengers to change their flight booking without penalty as long as it’s 90+ days before departure! 🙌🏼🛫
🤔 Let me know below if you’ve ever had to change your flight! Which airline was it and how did they handle the situation?
When our team of 4 friends set out to create the best travel accessory possible, we poured our 💕 and souls into it!!! 🤩 Now we’re happy to announce that we’re being featured on a top travel #giftsforher list on travelfreak.net 🙌🏽 #revpod 💙 for the girl who has everything 😍
Where in the world would you go if your weekends weren’t spent running errands? 🌎
Saturdays and Sundays are meant for the things that really matter: friends, family and fun! NOT Costco trips! 🙅🏻♀️
Panama City, worth a visit...? I guess, but this city certainly didn’t wow us.
Tom has always really wanted to visited the Panama Canal so for this reason I would say it’s worth the trip but really just for a couple of days.
We stayed in the Historical Centre which although nice enough, couldn’t compete on any level with Cartagena (where we had previously travelled from), so sadly in comparison Panamá City flopped a little.
To get to the canal simply use the public transport system, you need to purchase a travel card costing $2, (one card can be used for multiple people). It’s really cheap to use about 30c per ride, to get to the canal from the historical centre you need to take the Metro from Cinco de Mayo to Albrook (1 stop) and then from Albrook station ask the many staff for directions to the bus stop to Miraflores/ The Canal. Both the metros and buses leave pretty regularly but be aware they get jam packed at rush hour.
Entrance fee to the museum and viewing platforms is $15. The museum is medium sized and modern with lots of information in English. The best times to visit or between 9-11 am or 3-6 pm when many large cargo ships pass through the locks.
We definitely enjoyed the experience, even in the pouring rain but to be completely honest it didn’t amaze me. On reflection I’m not sure why I thought it would as it is exactly what you would expect, a couple large sets of locks. Still a modern day manufacturing marvel undoubtably! 🚢
COLUMBIA'S equatorial location has given it a diverse advantage in scenery. Along the coast, Tayrona National Park is beautiful spot for clear waters and pristine sand beaches. Throughout Colombia, stretches of coffee plantations, such as in Salento, add to Colombia’s wonderfully verdant landscape. The towering wax palms that line Cocora Valley are sure to amaze visitors. And Cartagena’s vibrant colonial buildings add charm to the port city. Let us take you there! #travelcade#luxurytravel#travelbetter#columbia
Rome. Home to ancient ruins, Michelangelo’s masterpieces, gladiators and so much more. But FIRST coffee ☕️ •
@santeustachioilcaffe This local institution, near the Pantheon has been whipping up frothy coffee since 1938. The best way to start your day in Rome. #goodmorning ☀️