The Great Barrier Reef

The coral of the Great Barrier Reef is the largest living organism that can be seen from space. If the temperature of the coral reaches 31 degrees, it is under threat of overheating and dying. To help reduce its temperature, the reef releases a gas into the atmosphere that creates clouds and shade (how cool … More The Great Barrier Reef

Checked Bags On Some Transatlantic Itineraries

Delta was the first of the “big three” US carriers to roll out basic economy fares, which they did back in 2012. However, Delta’s basic economy fares come with significantly fewer restrictions than those basic economy fares offered by American and United (both of which just rolled out basic economy on a widespread basis earlier this … More Checked Bags On Some Transatlantic Itineraries

At Alaska’s Spacious “New” First Class Seats

In late 2015, Alaska Airlines announced that they would be adding extra legroom seats to their planes. Specifically, Alaska was introducing Premium Class, which features extra legroom, complimentary drinks and snacks, etc. While that’s good news, there was another part to this announcement. Specifically, a majority of Alaska’s fleet would go from having 16 first class … More At Alaska’s Spacious “New” First Class Seats

Visiting Australia

Includes information on how to apply for visitor visas, bridging visas and transit visas. On Friday 5 May 2017, the Government announced the introduction of the new temporary sponsored parent visa for parents of Australians during the 2017–18 Migration Programme year. The new visa will allow Australians to sponsor their parents to stay in Australia … More Visiting Australia