Travel Tips

Tips for Solo Travel

Tips For Solo Travel By Kameryn Clark | March 16th, 2020 | Pomelo Travel Have you ever wanted to book a trip to a destination you’ve always dreamt of, but didn’t want to wait for someone to accompany you? Or perhaps you’re looking for an opportunity to gain more self-confidence and increase your independence? Traveling solo just might be calling your name! Picture yourself jumping on a plane, anxiously awaiting an epic solo adventure. You have nobody to report to and no one’s schedule to fo...

What To Do on Long Layovers

What To Do on Long Layovers Most of the deals we find don't include long layovers, but depending on which flights you choose, you might end up with one. Although these stretches of time between destinations can seem more like a roadblock — what if you made the most of your layovers? Hopefully, these tips can help open your mind to embrace the opportunity to squeeze in another adventure and enjoy your break in between traveling. Before Take-Off It’s important to do some research ah...

Tips for Sleeping in Airports

Tips for Sleeping in Airports Sleeping at the airport is never ideal, but sometimes you can't avoid it. Maybe your flight is delayed, your seat gets bumped, or you have an overnight layover. Whatever the reason, here are some tips to help you get a decent night’s sleep at the airport. Do Your Research If you are planning to sleep in the airport, do some research on what the airport might offer for overnight sleepers. Not all airports are the same when it comes to accommodations and l...

Tips for Traveling with a Lap Infant

Tips for Traveling with a Lap Infant: What I Learned on 28 Flights By Maddie Porter | March 28, 2020 | Flights from Home Flying with a baby can be one of the most daunting obstacles you will face as new parents. As if navigating the stress of airports, security, layovers, and delays isn’t trying enough — you are now doing it all with a very tiny human (and all of the extra baggage that comes along with them) that you are entirely responsible for. But no pressure, right?! Through much tria...