Issue #29 - Oct. 30-Nov. 5, 2021 View online
Mark Stachiew Travels Friday Five

Welcome to this week's installment of the Friday Five, a quick collection of the most interesting travel stories that I shared this week on Mark Stachiew Travels. This week's stories offer advice ranging from how to make more conscious travel decisions to not being dumb enough to pet wild carnivores.

The ultimate vacation for every decade of your life

Follow these recommendations to plan the ultimate vacations you should take for every decade of your life. Apparently, I've been doing things in the wrong order. (Travel + Leisure)

Experts recommend how to make more conscious travel decisions

These four experts discuss ways to make more conscious travel choices. Let's be honest, the only real answer is to not travel at all, but who wants to hear that? (Condé Nast Traveler)

Evacuation testing must reflect passengers taking bags

When airlines practice evacuating airplanes, no one takes their luggage with them. Unfortunately, in the real world passengers don't always listen to instructions. (Runway Girl Network)

Tourist opens window to stroke lion while on safari

Don't be like this guy and try to pet a wild lion when you're in Africa... (The Sun)

Passengers receive frozen fish instead of luggage

After a British Airways flight landed at Heathrow recently, instead of finding their bags on the carousel, passengers found box after box of frozen fish. (The Independant)

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