Global News: Destinations To Come Back To, TSA Snack Approval, and more!


Destinations You’ll Enjoy Returning to
Most of the time there are three reasons why we travel to certain places: (1) exploring something new, (3) for a particular reason (food, event, or the season) and (3) never getting enough of a certain country. As for the latter which many would agree to, there will always be that one place (whether country or particular attraction) that earned a spot in the hearts. Check out if your favorite country is listed as one of the destinations that travelers keep coming back to.



Miss Eco Philippines promotes responsible journeys The recently crowned Miss Eco Philippines Cynthia Thomalla was asked about recent tourism issues - temporary closure of Boracay Island and the waste management and lack of adequate medical assistance in Siargao, during her send-off. Thomalla, who will be traveling to Egypt to represent the Philippines at the upcoming Miss Eco International the recent, emphasized that it is most important for travelers to be responsible to engage in environmental-friendly journeys even in the littlest of ways to preserve and protect the world.



Learning to Enjoy the Amsterdam
The months of April and May are the best months to enjoy the most of Amsterdam. With its present fair weather, exploring the lovely outdoors whether it's within or beyond the city gates, travels to this charming destination is most recommended. Plus, there’s more to Netherlands's capital than the pretty flower fields and windmills, so keep your list of must-do’s and make the most of your visit!



Snack Foods Scanned by the TSA
When going through airport security, be sure to take out your snack bars and bags of trail mix out too. The TSA has recently started asking passengers to take out bags of snack items when going through check-in procedures. The reason isn’t that your snacks can turn out to be potential hazards but is actually a response to some travelers stuffing their bags to avoid checked-bag fees. Taking out snack bags and items can help get a clearer picture of whats inside your luggage and save you the trouble of being asked to do it mid-procedure.