08
Apr 15

Moments in Cancun Mexico 2014 – Travel Diary

Online video Ranking: five / five


10
Mar 15

World Cup Brazil Travel Diary: Episode 1

Video clip Ranking: five / five


14
Feb 15

London bus strike called off, set for talks

Two strikes called by the London bus drivers have been called off. The drivers were all set to walk out on Friday and on next Monday to protest over how the payment differs across the 18 bus companies of the city.

The Unite union looks to six a forum with all of bus firms to talk about how this could end pay disparities as well as improve their working conditions. According to reports, Transport for London told that this goes on ask the union as well as bus firms to meet individually.

The bus drivers hold a 28-hour strike just previous week regarding the same disagreement. It told that payment alters among companies could see that payments alters from £17000 to £25000 but Transport for London said aligning wages throughout the board might cost up to £100m a year. Continue reading →


10
Feb 15

Travel Diary | London

Video Ranking: five / 5


13
Jan 15

James Van Praagh Travel Diary #6 Talking to the Dead in Manhattan

Movie Ranking: 5 / five


16
Dec 14

Thailand Travel Diary ✈ Floating market, feeding tigers, elephants!

Online video Score: 5 / 5


10
Dec 14

Mastercard users get 2 days of free travel in London’s tuberail

If you are going somewhere in London this Friday via tuberail and you have a Mastercard, then you are in luck – because your journey in the tube railway would be free.

In an attempt to shake up the take-up of non-contact payments, the firm is providing free travel across the city on 14th November, Friday and on 28th November, which is again Friday.

The contract applies to Transport for the buses in London, the London Underground as well as overground along with the DLR routes, and it is available for a person with a Mastercard with NFC. There is not even any registration procedure to go through. All the customers have to do is utilize their Mastercard to execute a contactless payment, as well as the money would be refunded to their account in just 28 days. The contract covers travel between 4.30 am, Friday and 1 am the following morning; though there is a ceiling of £21.80 per day.

The credit card firm has started the Fare Free Fridays program as a new way of swaying customers to use non-contact cards rather than depending on the Oyster cards as well as paper tickets. Non-contract cards do not require to be inserted into a chip-and-pin reader. It just need to be waved across the machine. The payments are limited to £20, and it is done to limit the scope of fraud.  While the transport network in UK capital was opened up for non-contact payments earlier in September, still they account for less than 7 percent of ‘pay-as-you-go’ journeys.


17
Nov 14

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Online video Score: four / five


20
Oct 14

Diario de ruta 141002 Travel diary

Online video Rating: five / 5


17
Oct 14

Puerto Rico sees the debut of Hyatt House

Recently, Hyatt Hotels debuted the Hyatt House brand in Puerto Rico. This is the very first Hyatt House to start operation outside the continental United States. The hundred and twenty six room hotel, located in Miramar, San Juan neighborhood, offers studio as well as one bedroom suites along with full living space, bedrooms and kitchens.
According to reports, Prisa Group president Federico Stubbe, Jr told that this has been a great year for Hyatt in Puerto Rico, following the start of the Hyatt Place San Juan/Bayamon previous December as well as Hyatt Place Manati last March. The 3 properties represent over US$ 115 million in development costs. Hyatt House San Juan is yet another example of their focus on investing and developing in Puerto Rico to attract convention, business as well as leisure travelers alike.
The Hyatt House in San Juan inauguration hints the global expansion of the brand, with future openings designed for Panama, Mexico, India, China and Saudi Arabia, as per Chris Walker, vice president of brands for Hyatt House and Hyatt Place.
In Puerto Rico, the officers stated that the number of cruise ship passengers during summer visiting United States territory has gone up in the last 3 years. Over 175000 passengers traveled to the island in the months of July and August, a 28% increase from the similar time previous year and a 135%  increase from 2012.

Recently, Hyatt Hotels debuted the Hyatt House brand in Puerto Rico. This is the very first Hyatt House to start operation outside the continental United States. The hundred and twenty six room hotel, located in Miramar, San Juan neighborhood, offers studio as well as one bedroom suites along with full living space, bedrooms and kitchens.

According to reports, Prisa Group president Federico Stubbe, Jr told that this has been a great year for Hyatt in Puerto Rico, following the start of the Hyatt Place San Juan/Bayamon previous December as well as Hyatt Place Manati last March. The 3 properties represent over US$ 115 million in development costs. Hyatt House San Juan is yet another example of their focus on investing and developing in Puerto Rico to attract convention, business as well as leisure travelers alike.

The Hyatt House in San Juan inauguration hints the global expansion of the brand, with future openings designed for Panama, Mexico, India, China and Saudi Arabia, as per Chris Walker, vice president of brands for Hyatt House and Hyatt Place.

In Puerto Rico, the officers stated that the number of cruise ship passengers during summer visiting United States territory has gone up in the last 3 years. Over 175000 passengers traveled to the island in the months of July and August, a 28% increase from the similar time previous year and a 135%  increase from 2012.