Travel Tips of the Week
John Flinn, SF Gate: Travel Light Means Fewer Clothes, Wash Your Own
A great guide to washing clothes quickly with only a sink.
For everyone determined to make the most of their holiday time Bootsnall has five destinations where the summer sun just don’t set (literally).
Bravenewtraveler has some suggestions for avoiding getting lost in a new city.
Wired’s How To Wiki has an excellent guide to buying a digital camera.
Matador has some tips for visiting indigenous peoples.
Intelligent Travel has some tips for finding the authentic Flushing in Queens, New York. The Guardian has some tips for free things to do in New York.
SFGate has a guide to LCC’s in Mexico.
Eurocheapo has some cheap places to see Michelangelo’s work in Florence, including the sadly overlooked Bargello. In Krakow they suggest five free things to do and for good measure they have five great places for a picnic in Paris.
With the Champions League final around the corner The Guardian has some suggestions for Moscow.
9000 Hours in Saigon has a guide to Vietnamese titles
Frommers has an audio guide to South Korea with Cecilia Hae-Jin Lee, author of Frommer’s South Korea.
MSNBC has some tips for first time visitors to India.
Thailand is pretty cheap to begin with, but Budgettravelguide has some tips for making it even cheaper.
Travel Blogging – is that thing still around? has some tips for dealing with Manila’s Ninoy Aquino International Airport.
Stuff.co.nz has some tips for seeing Singapore with children.
Frommers.com Podcast discusses Namibia.