Is United Airlines Really Discriminating Against Autism?

It’s May 2015, and here we are yet again faced with a story about airlines and autism. In the past year, it seems that these stories have increased in number and taken on a life of their own. Contributing to the cause of this phenomenon is the media outlets’ exposure as well as the fact… Read More

Top 10 Features of a Good Hotel Executive Lounge

All executive hotel lounges are not created equal. Some offer plentiful food and beverage choices while some can be extremely bare bones, so unless the upgrade is free, it is wise for travelers to educate themselves on what to expect before making a decision to pay an additional fee. A good place to start is,… Read More

6 Life Lessons I’ve Learned From Autism

Everyone says that when you have a child, your life changes, and having a son with autism has certainly changed my life in ways I would never have expected. In fact, raising my son has taught me six important life lessons and skills that all parents should learn and pass on to their kids. Tolerance… Read More

Guide to Taking the Buquebus Ferry

Buquebus is a relatively inexpensive ferry that we took to go from Buenos Aires to Argentina to Montevideo in Uruguay, and was probably one of the most relaxing laid-back experiences we have had in years.The ferries run daily, and a trip on the early morning non-stop ferry takes about 3 hours, making it an excellent option for… Read More

Five Fellow Fliers You’ll Regret Meeting

    The scenario is painfully simple-you are on a plane, buckled with nowhere to go and your child with autism acting up in the seat next to you. While you are actively trying to focus on his needs, you are interrupted by other passengers voicing their opinions. What should you do? I’ve always wished… Read More

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