“This is the crux move, keep me tight,” Crista barked from 60 feet above us, as she prepared for the biggest risk of the route. Lead climbing (without the safety of a rope secured to an anchor above her), the next few moves—a slabby foothold and a crimpy handhold by her fingertips—would dictate a clean send or a big whip down of nearly 25 feet. These quick words were a
Don’t get on an airplane right now unless you absolutely have to.
Don’t leave your house unless you have to, frankly. The coronavirus pandemic: still a thing. Hospitalizations and deaths have been declining, but transmission rates have recently crept higher in L.A. County, and public health officials have not declared it jet-setting season yet.
There are reasons some people might still need to get on a plane, like caring for
SINGAPORE: A “resilience roadmap” for the Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibitions (MICE) and events industry was announced on Thursday (Oct 8), offering pandemic-hit businesses guidance on implementing necessary safety measures.
It also gave the firms tips on adopting a new “hybrid model” and how they can develop their workforce for the long term.
The Event-Industry Resilience Roadmap (IRR) was developed by the Singapore Association of Convention and Exhibition
In order to comply with the recommended safety guidelines, hotels throughout the world are undergoing renovations or additions to ensure guests are housed in the safest possible environment. For some this means a complete overhaul while others are focusing on specific areas of the hotel or resort. Here are six hotels at the forefront of guest safety.
When you’re behind the wheel of your car – whether you’re driving alone or with friends and family – safety should always be your biggest concern. And with fall officially in full swing, a new survey conducted by Bridgestone Americas has found that 61 percent of drivers plan to hit the road just this season. While many are planning their next hiking trip, beach getaway, or even just a remote
Travelling alone as a woman may sound intimidating and maybe even scary, but the reality is, it shouldn’t hold you back from fulfilling your dream of discovering new places.
Female travellers usually experience a different set of challenges while travelling overseas, as compared to men. That is a fact.
Whether you are a solo traveller or travelling as a group, there are certain precautionary steps you should keep
MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS, Ohio — City officials are considering an ordinance that would require specific safety measures and restrictions for Middleburg Heights hotels and motels.
The draft proposal was introduced at the Sept. 22 City Council meeting and immediately referred to the Safety Committee for further discussion.
According to the legislation, a new chapter would be created in the city’s codified ordinances “to mandate hotels and motels implement security
ELWIN — Some motorists coming into Decatur from the south along U.S. 51 will have to alter their route between Macon and Elwin a bit beginning next week.
Starting Monday, Oct. 5, the bridges that take traffic over the bypass lanes of U.S. 51 will be closed to allow for replacement of expansion joints and parapets, the Illinois Department of Transportation said in a news release announcing the project.
New research from Enterprise Rent-A-Car indicates that many drivers who use their own cars for work journeys – the ‘grey fleet’ – are not conducting basic safety and maintenance checks and could even be using a vehicle that is not legally safe to drive for business travel.
In fact, more than half of grey fleet drivers (54%) say they don’t conduct basic safety checks before
FINDLAY, Ohio–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Colorful leaves and dropping temperatures are a sign that fall is beginning, and Cooper Tire & Rubber Company encourages drivers to use the changing season as a reminder to check their tires and ensure they’re prepared for the potentially challenging road conditions that autumn weather brings. This time of year, drivers need to be aware of changing temperatures, increased rain and more debris on the roads.
Exploring the world, witnessing new landscapes can be therapeutic for the soul even at the worst of times and nothing qualifies more than the current pandemic we are witnessing. It seems like most things that could go wrong this year, have done so. Yet the glimmer of hope lingers on, the soul of the adventurer keeps wanting to get out and roam free. With travel
There’s no doubt about it: Corporates have axed business travel. That said, small and midsize enterprises—often without formalized travel managers—have cut back less and resumed travel more quickly than the big guys, according to Duke Chung, CEO of TravelBank. Chung sells his all-in-one travel and expense platform primarily to the finance teams of SMEs. And, he said, “When you look at the SME category, you do see a pickup in
Businesses and health authorities on the New South Wales Far South Coast are preparing to welcome an influx of tourists ahead of the school holidays, but are nervous about the potential health risks they may bring.
The NSW school holidays officially kick-off on Monday, with towns like Batemans Bay, Merimbula and Eden anticipating a busy two-week period.
The region is hoping a large portion of visitors from Canberra and Sydney
Worried about safety protocols being followed in hotels? Your next hotel stay does not have to be a nerve-wracking experience or one that drives up your tension and stress quotient! Indeed, the new normal requires guests and hotels to step up with new safety
3 “Strong Buy” Stocks That Are Flirting With a Bottom
In the investing game, it’s not only about what you buy; it’s about when you buy it. One of the most common pieces of advice thrown around the Street, “buy low” is touted as a tried-and-true tactic.Sure, the strategy seems simple. Stock prices naturally fluctuate on the basis of several factors like earnings results and the macro environment, amongst
Things have changed in almost every sector—there’s no way around it. But when it comes to how we take vacation, things have become trickier than ever. Travelers are looking for personalized, private experiences now more than ever and in response to this uptick, many luxury hotels and high-end resorts are providing socially distanced, privatized services that begin even before guests arrive to the property—with private air travel offerings.