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Porn in the Sky

Porn in the Sky

OK, porn it is. As we all know, our all-time favorite consumer advocate and churners-slayer Chris Elliott loves controversies, and porn, let’s face it, fits the bill perfectly. So I wasn’t surprised to find his new article dedicated to this very issue: Should you be allowed to watch porn on a plane? I thought that thisContinue Reading

Bangkok: Money Exchange, Anantara Sathorn, Ancient City

  Previous Posts from my South East Asia Trip Series: Asiana First Class Suite JFK-ICN Flight Review  Angkor Without Temples: Tuk Tuk, Massage, Lady Boom-Boom? Siem Reap, Cambodia: Ten Tips for the First-Time Visitor (Frugal Travel Guy) Siem Reap: Angkor Wat and Other Wats, Intro Siem Reap: Angkor Wat and Other Wats, Day One Siem Reap: Angkor Wat and Other Wats, Day Two, AM Siem Reap:Continue Reading

Siem Reap, Cambodia. Angkor Wat and More Wats. Intro.

Please read my post  at Frugal Travel Guide:  Siem Reap, Cambodia: Ten Tips for the First-Time Visitor Not unlike Peruvian village Aguas Calientas that is thriving due to its proximity to Machu Picchu, Siem Reap, a town in rural Cambodia is prospering too, serving hordes of tourists visiting Angkor Wat. There is nothing else inContinue Reading

How to Get United Club Access Free for the First Year

The regular Chase United Club Credit Card carries $395 annual fee with a $100 statement credit. As I mentioned in my yesterday Definitive Guide to Free or Cheap access to Airport Lounges, it is possible to get this card with the annual fee waived for the first year, although this won’t work for everyone. OutContinue Reading

The Definitive Guide to Free or Very Cheap Access to Airport Lounges

Cathay Pacific Lounge in Honk Kong Are you still paying ridiculous amounts of money for access to airport lounges? Please stop. Unless you fly with your family over a dozen times a year, or are a frequent business traveler who must fly/meet/entertain clients at airports, your $400-700 is better spent elsewhere. As in almost anywhereContinue Reading

Friday Mishmash: Free Book, New Southwest & Capital One Bonus, LAN to Latin America, Atlantic City

This is going to be a long post. Sorry about that. I’ve been criticized that I don’t post every day, but the reason for that is simple. It’s very hard for me to say something when I’ve got nothing to say. I know it doesn’t stop other bloggers who keep talking no matter what, butContinue Reading

New Hawaiian Cards Have Arrived

        There are two new Barclays Hawaiian Airline cards: Personal and Business. Please click on the screenshots above to see the terms and conditions. Ever since Hawaiian Airlines severed their relationships with the Bank of America (the other Bank of Hawaii card was also managed by BoA), they’ve promised a new and better product. Today thisContinue Reading

Just a Few Words Before I Start Drinking…

It has been a good year, and the next one is going to be even better. Despite all the past and future devaluations, mergers, and anguish, it doesn’t seem we have lost or going to lose the ability to travel for next to nothing. True, travel is never nothing, it’s always gonna cost us. But nextContinue Reading

Random Grunts

What a year it has been! A roller coaster, no less! Endless devaluations, endless rants, arguments, blogger wars, you name it. Our tiny, overcrowded niche is spilling over. Never before has our hobby been so entertaining, and not just to us–certified nutheads–but even to the folks standing on a sidewalk looking in. Ah, the hell withContinue Reading

Middle East Low-Cost Airlines

This is my Sunday post for Frugal Travel Guy  Middle Eastern budget airlines may not seem like budget at all, but compared to traditional airlines they can still save a few dollars here and there. Read more at: Low-Cost Middle Eastern Airlines | Frugal Travel Guy Photo Credit: Waka77 / Foter.com / CC BY-SA

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