Navigating the world of smartphone applications can be as difficult as shopping for the best airline prices. The tides are constantly shifting, and you never know if something better is lurking around the corner. Luckily, RSJ has sifted through some of the most popular travel apps to bring five essentials you should never leave home...
With a five day countdown until the 30th games kick off in London, it’s time to start the inevitable packing relay! Who will win gold? Here are five things we can’t leave without–from hair care products of the tzars (you read that correctly) to the headphones on every traveler’s wish list.
When Soulja Boy advised us all to kiss him through the phone, he obviously didn’t have international travel plans in mind. Phone service can be one of the most troubling aspects of adjusting to expat life, but we have a few tips to prevent heinous roaming charges and communication meltdowns.
How many terrible photos of the Leaning Tower of Pisa does it take to inspire some change in our Facebook albums? Contributor Megan Edmiston shows photographers of all skill levels how to take inspired travel photos in our latest edition of You Should Probably [YSP].
Someone should start a support group for untouched travel diaries and abandoned blogs. Recording your exploits is an integral part of the experience, so we’ve come up with three fool-proof ways to keep score WITHOUT uttering the words, “Dear Diary.” Warning: you NEVER saw these coming!
It’s time to travel picture-perfect. RSJ contributor and master photographer Megan Edmiston shares tips on how to keep your camera safe abroad (and lends us some of her incredible shots, too!)
It’s confession time: we are techno nerds. If it plays movies, stores books, converts electricity, or micro-manages our lives in absurd detail, we’re listening. Here are RSJ’s eight favorite travel gadgets for 2011. This list is by no means comprehensive, but we can guarantee it’s fabulous.