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November 30, 2014

The good, the bad and the bizarre in the world of travel The IBIT Digest is back, just in time for the holidays. Just the thing to recover from the shopping hangover of Black Friday. TIS THE SEASON TO BE…STUCK AT AIRPORTS The Christmas holidays may be “the season to be jolly,” but.../ ➝

November 14, 2014

One of a series This year’s ATA Congress in Uganda highlights the challenges of the ebola scare and the emergence — or re-emergence — of great destinations and investment possibilities. The annual congress of the Africa Travel Association, the pre-eminent organization promoting tra.../ ➝

November 12, 2014

Slideshow images courtesy of Amras Cruises Ocean cruise lines look for new seas to conquer with glitzy new ships, while the river cruise scene explodes across Europe and Asia. Who wins? You do. Cruise travel comes in many “flavors” — different sizes and styles of ships, different t.../ ➝

November 8, 2014

One distant, storied land in East Asia, emerging from long isolation. One intrepid Black woman expat traveler — and, I’m proud to say, IBIT reader. It all adds up to one hell of a travel story. by MELISSA WATKINS mel.watkins@gmail.com I knew nothing about Mongolia except that I wanted to.../ ➝

November 6, 2014

Japan is now testing maglev trains for passenger service. If the only train you’ve ever ridden is in North America, you are not ready for this. The country that invented high-speed passenger rail is about to re-invent it. When it debuted back in 1964, Japan’s Shinkansen — aka ̶.../ ➝