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Travelling Tips: How to avoid Jet Lag


  • Mark
    Posted 14th December 2009 at 6:49 am

    nice tips really helpful for traveling long distance

  • Steve Anthony Wootham
    Posted 21st December 2009 at 2:16 pm

    As a long distance traveller I find myself constantly searching for remedies and pretentive measures for eliminating that jet lagged feeling. It can be a depressing and nightmare-ish beginning to a trip – especially when you’re flying for business reasons.

    I often have coffee and tea, and forget to move on the plane. These are things that I just haven’t even thought of before.

    I think I will be changing my ways in 2010. Thanks guys.

  • Travis
    Posted 5th April 2012 at 2:45 pm

    Great advice, but unfortunately end up being jetlagged and dehydrated because I simply cannot say NO to the free alcohol on board. But I’m surely going to try sleeping early or late depending on where I’m going, that might help but easier said than done I guess.

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Volunteering during vacations is one of the fastest growing travel packages. This type of package is offered by hotels and by non-profit organizations. From local tours in the south to international travel to Africa or in Thailand, tourists can always find a package with a mission that’s close to their heart. It’s just a matter of finding it.

US based hotels are offering this type of package to tourists. There are also times wherein they invite their loyal guests to their hotels for volunteer travels for free. Hotels are usually offering volunteer trips related to the environment. If there’s a nearby chain in the area, the hotel will most likely offer the tour wit accommodation for free.

Non-profit organizations are also offering volunteering experience for a few days. Aside from local sites, they also have tie-ups to different international organizations which enable them to offer this type of experience to other countries.

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