America’s best “Secret” Bars

Calvina Chow | November 27, 2015

Bathtub Gin – Seattle, WA. Great name and better still, its entrance is just a random door in a dirty, dark alley in Seattle’s Belltown. Exposed brick walls with seating on three levels - it’s terrific. Wonderful mixologists behind the bar as well. Fifth Province – Chicago IL. You won't find the entrance in a shifty alley or in the basement of anoth

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3 Airlines That Make Family Flying Fun

Calvina Chow | November 27, 2015

Do you love to travel and need a little time away, but you’re worried about keeping your child entertained and well-behaved during a long flight? Have a look at the airlines that are pros at taking care of this for you so you can sit back, relax and even enjoy your flying experience. Emirates: As one of the best airlines in the world, it’s not surprising that Emirates al

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Find Your Inner “Foodie”

Calvina Chow | November 25, 2015

Ever wondered exactly what a foodie was? Like many of us, you love food but are hazy on the “foodie” definition. Is there a lingo? A philosophy? A lifestyle? You get a glimpse of the world through a plethora of tv shows, websites and magazines, whose featured profiles make the realm of foodies looking incredibly appealing. Perhaps they even inspire you to venture into new culinary territory

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Uncovering Hidden Travel Costs

Calvina Chow | November 25, 2015

Travelling with a family is generally an expensive proposition — it makes sense that the more of you there are to move about, feed and house, the more the entire undertaking costs. But there are ways to bring the budget out of the panic zone with a bit of creativity on your part. The obvious budget-biters are food and accommodation. You might want to look at renting a house or an apartment inste

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Tips on Feeling Refreshed During Flights

Calvina Chow | November 25, 2015

Long flights can take a huge toll on your body, leaving you achy, dehydrated, and groggy, if not downright ill. Here are some simple tips to beat the airplane blues: Keep Hydrated The humidity level in aircraft cabins is typically very low. To prevent dehydration, drink water before, throughout, and after your flight. It is suggested you drink at least 8 ounces of water each h

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