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Testing Earth Class Mail: The Results (New York Times)
Two weeks ago, I reviewed Earth Class Mail. It?s a service that scans your postal mail so that you can read it online, even overseas or during any stretch of extended travel.
Travel Q & A (San Jose Mercury News)
Is it safe to tow a boat on a trailer all the way down Baja California, Mexico?It's a long drive down Mexico's western peninsula ? 810 miles from San Diego to Cabo San Lucas ? but experts on Baja California travel say it's doable if you follow some simple precautions and rules of the
Plain sailing in Bilbao (Belfast Telegraph)
Flying through one of the London airports during a peak weekend in August tests any passenger's nerves to destruction. Earlier this month, Stansted airport exemplified the appeal of flight-free travel. After the barely penetrable mass of humanity at check-in, security was overstretched and undignified, and the shuttle to the western satellite was packed tight.
Louisville, Butler on tap for Blazers this season (Birmingham News)
Road trips to Louisville and Butler, an appearance in the NIT Season Tip-Off and home-and-home Conference USA games with NCAA Tournament runner-up Memphis highlight the UAB men's basketball schedule.
Money Saving Tips For Students (The Motley Fool)
How to save money on nights out, books, computers, food, travel and other useful stuff!
AD's lament the high cost of travel (Santa Maria Times)
Consider this: A family of four heads off to see a local football game. They buy admission tickets, then tri-tip sandwiches, candy, popcorn and sodas. Suddenly, Dad's wallet is empty.
Trips give students a broader look at life (Rapid City Journal)
Travel costs continue to climb, but some might argue that a school trip abroad pays for itself in the life-changing historical, cultural and educational experience it offers a student.
Tri-Nations Live: Australia v NZ (FOXSPORTS.com.au)
Taking the ethical high road (CNN.com)
Armed with a credit card, travel itinerary safely wedged between meeting notes, it's all too easy for business travelers to overlook the impact they -- and their firms' money -- can make on the countries they visit.
32 illegal immigrants nabbed in raid (The New Straits Times)
KANGAR: Thirty-two illegals were held at a prison construction site in Kampung Guar Nangka yesterday in a joint raid by the Chuping Anti-Smuggling Unit (UPP), Padang Besar and Chuping Immigration Department, and police after a tip-off.