Bаli iѕ a hоlidау destination рорulаr the wоrld over for itѕ golden beaches, riсh culture, hеritаgе аnd history аѕ well аѕ its bеаutiful wеаthеr аnd friеndlу реорlе. With a range of dеѕtinаtiоnѕ thаt ѕuit уоung viѕitоrѕ lооking tо party аnd the more ѕеriоuѕ travellers lооking tо soak uр thе fascinating culture аnd diѕtinсtivе аrtwоrk, there аrе Bali hоlidау расkаgеѕ tо ѕuit еvеrуоnе. Aссоmmоdаtiоn iѕ ѕрrеаd оut over thе iѕlаnd with each conveniently lосаtеd to itѕ rеgiоnѕ аttrасtiоnѕ, surf beaches, dining аnd entertainment precincts and nightlifе. Bаli hоlidауѕ offer a mуriаd of еxреriеnсеѕ for соuрlеѕ, families and grоuрѕ оf friends with ассоmmоdаtiоn ranging frоm budgеt bасkрасkеr орtiоnѕ all thе way thrоugh to luxury 5 ѕtаr rеѕоrtѕ аnd villas. Read More
The hassle of navigating through a busy airport can get the better of even the most light-hearted flyer. However, with cutting-edge tech procedures being launched in airports across the world to ease the hassle of airport congestion, things are definitely moving in the right direction.
Although just because an airport is extremely busy it doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s a nightmare to navigate. As aforementioned, today’s high-tech airports are constantly tweaking check-in desk protocol, introducing apps, listening to actionable feedback from customers and looking to improve customer experience on all levels to elevate the stress many flyers endure when visiting airports.
1. Hartsfield-Jackson, Atlanta International Airport
Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport facilitated over 96 million passenger’s travel in 2014, which made it the busiest international airport in the world by over 20 million flyers annually. The airport is renowned for connecting passengers to just about any city in the world. In fact, you can fly to 60 cities in 45 different countries directly from Hartsfield-Jackson. This is why it has become a focal point for a significant amount of flyers in the United States to access cities across the globe.
There are many redeeming features that help traveller experience; from the free WiFi throughout the airport, to the fine dining restaurants and the fact the airport isn’t too from the city via cab. Variables such as these contribute to making a trip from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport a relatively stress-free one.
2. Beijing Capital International Airport
Beijing Capital International Airport is the hub for China’s flagship airline Air China. The airline flies to 120 different destinations weekly, however this does include cargo, domestic and international flights. The airport is revered for its state of the art technology that has been ushered in over the last decade. It also saw a sizeable expansion in 2008 when it opened a new Terminal 3 to facilitate extra travel when the country hosted the Olympic Games in 2009. Its Terminal 3 is officially the second biggest terminal in the world and is heralded for its efficient check-in procedures.
3. London Heathrow Airport
With London being proclaimed as the new business capital of the world, the amount of businessmen and women that travel in and out of the city on a daily basis is staggering. Heathrow has 5 major terminals that facilitate 90 different airlines that fly to 170 destinations around the world. In 2014 the airport saw 73,400 people use the airport for commercial and international flights. The sheer size of the Heathrow site is phenomenal and although their have been rumours that operations could be moved to another site on the outskirts of London, it would be hard to imagine the English government has the funds for such a vast relocation project during these tough economic times.
I haven’t made a post in the last couple of months. Part of the reason is that I got increasingly bored with normal blog themes as platforms for visual storytelling (if you follow my blog you know I mostly post photo series). But recently I came across Exposure and loved it. So, because it was about time I posted some updates about my latest work I created a free Exposure account and made a photo series there, rather than on this blog. Read More
Although the main reason for my recent trip to Porto was my Tascas project – a documentary photography project about traditional taverns in Portugal – I happened to plan things in order for me to be able to stay until after São João’s night.
São João is part of the so called Santos Populares (=Popular Saints) along with Santo Antonio and São Pedro. The Popular Saints are celebrated in June, more or less everywhere in the country, with festivals, fairs, cultural and folklore events, and parades. Read More
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