Monday, 12 August 2013

While we were on the road...


Over the course of the summer, I've been quoted and seen on TV on a variety of travel topics from the implications of NSA spying scandal for travellers' privacy (I'll be posting more on this issue at PapersPlease.org) to travel mistakes and... toilet paper:

  • United flight leaving from London to SFO runs low on toilet paper (KGO-TV, 20 June 2013). In defense of my disheveled appearance and lack of preparation, I was interviewed on camera by Skype from my hotel room five minutes after arriving at the end of a hilly day's ride on a muddy, unpaved path.

  • "Privacy? There"s no such thing on the road.":http://articles.washingtonpost.com/2013-06-20/lifestyle/40090985_1_privacy-advocates-justin-brookman-text-messages (by Christopher Elliott, The Washington Post, 20 June 2013)

  • Top 10 travel mistakes and how not to make them (by Jamie Beckman, FoxNews.com, 24 July 2013). There are some good tips here from other travel experts along with mine. But actually, as I've said often, the biggest travel mistake you can make is not to take advantage of the chances you have to travel.
Link | Posted by Edward on Monday, 12 August 2013, 23:59 (11:59 PM)
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