Last year’s initiative by Edinburgh-based flight search-engine, Skyscanner, to firmly establish themselves in Asia (they opened an office in Singapore and recently partnered with the Chinese search engine, Baidu) has placed a new emphasis on mobile search, which now accounts for a third of the 30+ million monthly visits to their website. So how good is their mobile app?
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It’s everyone’s least favourite part of air travel. The arduous process of complying precisely with airline regulations when it comes to security and hand luggage. Thankfully, SCOTTEVEST have come up with a much needed solution.
Unless you’ve been hiding under a travel blogging rock for the last few months, you’ve probably heard the name SCOTTEVEST pop up a couple of times. They didn’t just sponsor TBEX in June, they went as far as to give away their products to Continue Reading
Lugging checked baggage sucks, especially when it’s full of gear that you don’t always need. So what if you didn’t have to lug it?
There’s a new (aptly named) service called Lugless in town who have set out to solve this problem by shipping your checked baggage ahead of you. Lugless got in touch with Travelllll.com and were kind enough to offer us a trial of the service so we could give you our verdict.
Creating and publishing mobile travel guides gets easy with the website Map2app. Here are 5 (good) reasons to try it.
But first: What exactly is Map2app? Imagine a website that allows you to create travel apps for iPhone and Android with no tech knowledge, no need to purchase expensive software and/or hire an expert to do the job for you. In fact, imagine the app-version of WordPress. Map2app does for mobile apps what WordPress does for blogs: It Continue Reading
Travel bloggers are a worldly bunch having not just visited but lived in many parts of the globe, so they’d likely make excellent guide writers.
Well, that’s what one travel blogging brand is hoping for as it launches its first destination guide.
The Traveldudes Bangkok Travel Guide is a free to download ebook being launched this week, the first in a series.
I stumbled upon Nellie’s blog – Wild Junket – about a year ago, and like many others, followed her travel adventures with a mixture of awe, envy and well…envy because she really has the best job in the world. So I was even more intrigued when I saw the Twitter chat surrounding her new quarterly e-zine – Wild Junket Magazine.
Since moving back home to Toronto, I’ve hung up my backpack and said goodbye to my traveling lifestyle. It’s only Continue Reading