Safe & Secure Travel

Boingo Launches New Services

Boingo Launches New Services

Posted by on November 7, 2012  |  Add Reply

Boingo’s Christian Gunning joins Paul and Elizabeth to talk about a new service which will provide VPN security through Boingo when using public wifi hotspots. Boingo continues to add wifi hotspots in more and more airports and other locations around the world.

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Alternatives to Traveling with Liquids

Alternatives to Traveling with Liquids

Posted by on October 20, 2011  |  Add Reply

The TSA isn’t a fans of gels or liquids. And there are some alternatives to dealing with the hassle. Here are a few of Elizabeth’s favorites …

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Surfing Securely at Internet Cafes

Surfing Securely at Internet Cafes

Posted by on October 17, 2011  |  Add Reply

Nothing ruins a holiday more than identity theft thanks to an unsecured WiFi connection. Check out these details on how to surf securely.

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The Dangerous Combination Of Travel And Social Networking

The Dangerous Combination Of Travel And Social Networking

Posted by on May 11, 2011  |  Add Reply

Those who are travel and live their life on social networks, it may come as a surprise to arrive at home and find their house robbed. Such are the perils of using Facebook and Twitter. Social Networking expert Jen Leo explains the potential pitfalls of telling the world you’re not home.

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Be Prepared For Travel Emergencies Overseas

Be Prepared For Travel Emergencies Overseas

Posted by on March 2, 2011  |  Add Reply

With the continuing political upheaval taking place overseas, it’s more important than ever to be prepared to deal with travel emergencies. Here are some possible steps to take. Each and every emergency situation is different and possibly changing by the day — along with who the official authorities are. You will need creative and thoughtful […]

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Traveling After A Disaster

Traveling After A Disaster

Posted by on November 22, 2010  |  Add Reply

When disaster strikes, does tourism dry up? Lonely Planet’s Paul Klamer joins us to talk about the impact of disaster on Haiti’s tourism based economy.

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Security tips …

Security tips …

Everyone is rethinking what is and isn’t safe to take on a flight. Going with the flow is the path of least resistance. Here’s a few tips on how to endure it all.

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Travel Safety

Travel Safety

Paul provides some tips on how to travel safely.

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Car Trip Safety

Car Trip Safety

Posted by on November 27, 2009  |  Add Reply

Traveling by car while on vacation is still the most popular way to travel in the U.S. Here’s a few tips on traveling safely on a road trip.

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Keep safe while traveling by blending in.

Keep safe while traveling by blending in.

From dressing appropriately to learning local customs, practicing the fine art of “blending in” can keep unsuspecting travelers safer.

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