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November 29, 2012

Travel+Leisure magazine readers make their annual choice of the world’s top 20 airlines. Asian, Pacific and Middle Eastern airlines dominate the top spots. European carriers fill out the rest. US airlines? Barely there. There are certain things in life you can always count on. Water will be we.../ ➝

November 28, 2012

Globe-girdling black Toronto family gets formal recognition from National Geographic, while a British traveler manges to visit all 201 countries in the world…without a single airline flight. Wow and wow again! Two years ago, IBIT introduced to you Heather Greenwood Davis, her husband, Ishmael.../ ➝

November 26, 2012

[portfolio_slideshow autoplay=”true” exclude=”24414″] All images by ©IBIT/G.Gross unless otherwise specified. All rights reserved. Incredible experiences await us when we travel, if we’re willing to venture just a few steps away from the familiar. This time last ye.../ ➝

November 25, 2012

The good, the bad and the bizarre from the world’s best travel media -0- UNEASY MIDEAST The so-called “Arab Spring” may have brought political change to North Africa and the Middle East, but it’s bringing little good cheer to the travel industry. The ongoing turmoil in that p.../ ➝

November 19, 2012

America’s decision to elect a black man as the leader of the most powerful nation on Earth, not once but twice, is changing the way black men are perceived around the world when we travel…and that’s a good thing. By SAMUEL AUTMAN SIEM REAP, Cambodia — From every angle, Angko.../ ➝

November 18, 2012

The good, the bad and the bizarre from the world’s best travel media THE WORLD’S DRY PLACES This edition of the IBIT Travel Digest is dedicated to my editor, P.A. Rice, whose name you’ll often see at the bottom of my blog posts. In addition to being a fine writer in her own right a.../ ➝

November 16, 2012

The recently discovered remains of Brazil’s largest slave port give those interested in black heritage travel new reason to add Rio de Janeiro to their bucket list. There are a lot of reasons to list Rio de Janeiro as one of your must-see cities. Fifteen different beaches. Stunning scenery. Soccer.../ ➝

November 12, 2012

If you live in or near one of Delta’s departure cities, you can score some international bargains here. Looks as if Delta Air Lines is jumping into the Black Friday sales spirit a wee bit early — and if all the stars align themselves just right, that could pay off handsomely for you. The.../ ➝

November 11, 2012

The good, the bad and the bizarre from the world’s best travel media RETURN OF THE SLEEPER Back in the 1860s, a fellow named George Pullman felt that overnight trains were well short on comfort, so he decided to do something about it. The sleeping car he created would make his name synonymous .../ ➝

November 10, 2012

Is a British bank that’s useful for travelers equally helpful to drug traffickers? Whether as a saver, investor or traveler, it’s hard to know where to put your money these days. I discovered a lot of things on my first trip to London a decade or so ago. One of them was this British bank.../ ➝