[Website Listings]The Complete Traveller etc.* The Complete Traveller( www.oratory.com/travel)
Fed up with over-packing but don't have any other alternatives? Doug Dyment offers exhaustive details on the art of traveling light and tips to avoid travel mishaps. Divided into three sections - what to take, what to take it in and how to pack it - Dyment includes details ranging from an assortment of product recommendations to supplier contact information for specialty items. His technique of folding clothes may impress visitors.
* Gogo Info( www.gogoinfo.com)
Need travel information for business or leisure but not sure where to find it? Make sure to check out gogo - the place to go before you go. The directory portal is a great place to start when you need airline contacts, hotel information and destinations. The "destination" link, for example, takes you to a list of web links for countries around the world, with particular attention devoted to trips within the U.S. It's a great informational site to get you started on your travel plans.
* The Internationalist( www.internationalist.com
This site is a comprehensive resource for the international traveler. There is information on local business events, cultural offerings and other basic facts. The website also offers an e-mail translation service. Send in a document that you need to have translated into the language of your choice and they'll give you an estimate on the job. The site even includes tips on religious tours, bicycle tours and things to consider when travelling with senior citizens.
* Useful Tips for Airline Travel( www.asma.org/html/tips.htm)
Provided by the Aerospace Medical Association and the Air Transport Association of America,the site aims to make air travel more efficient and pleasant. They have included a list of handy guides, explaining how to avoid common air travelling vexation. Find out why you shouldn't fly less than 24 hours after scuba diving, or with an ear infection.
by Soomee Park