Articles Tagged ‘international’

Rolling Out: Michelin, Roadtrips Inc., Team Up For International Culinary Tours

Rolling Out: Michelin, Roadtrips Inc., Team Up For International Culinary Tours July 29, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
Michelin is one of the largest tire manufacturers in the world. Since 1888, they’ve outfitted everything from bicycles to trucks to space shuttles with their brand, which is at this point a household name, as are their subsidiaries, B.F. Goodrich, Taurus, and Uniroyal. In many ways, without Michelin,...

US Government Releases Plans to Combat Intellectual Property Theft

US Government Releases Plans to Combat Intellectual Property Theft July 7, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
It sounds like a bit of an abstraction, but if you think about that stack of shrink-wrapped DVDs with misprinted sleeves and noticeable blemishes you once spotted at a market in Thailand, you’ll begin to realize what it is Victoria Espinel (referred to by some as the copyright czar) has targeted...

New Study Shows Kids Need a Pre-Trip Doctor’s Visit

New Study Shows Kids Need a Pre-Trip Doctor’s Visit April 8, 2010 | Kid-Friendly, Travel News | Read More
Too often, travelers tend to underestimate the potency of the hundreds of exotic diseases out there in the world. A trip to Thailand can mean a nasty case of yellow fever should one enter the country with less than adequate protection, and many would agree – it’s a shame, seeing as most of these...

Spring Breakers Warned: Airport Security Is On the Rise

Spring Breakers Warned: Airport Security Is On the Rise March 22, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
It’s no secret – airport security is on the rise, and doing so more quickly than anyone could have ever predicted. Following the attempted terrorist attack last Christmas, spring break travelers should be ready to be subjected to any number of potentially invasive tactics to detect and apprehend...