Travel News

London Bombings

Date: July 7th, 2005 | 1 comment

So soon after being awarded the 2012 summer Olympics, London made the news again today for a series of bombings in multiple tube stations and a double decker bus. The death toll is currently 40 and it could easily have been so many more. Anyone who has been to London and ridden on the tube [...]

[read more]

BootsnAll Portland Meeting

Date: June 8th, 2005 | No Comments

After much deliberation we finally have a location for a semi-impromptu Portland member meeting. Inspired by Capt Steve‘s Los Angeles and San Francisco gatherings, he enlisted the help of some PDX’ers to find a time and place to meet up. Location: The Lucky Lab 915 SE Hawthorne Blvd (map) Date: Friday, June 10th Time: 7pm [...]

[read more]

BootsnAll Hostel Reviews

Date: June 2nd, 2005 | 7 comments

This is something we’ve been wanting to launch for ages and the day has finally arrived when BootsnAll members can add their reviews of hostels they have stayed in. The descriptions some of these hostels give about themselves make them sound like they’re a blissful oasis where the people are always beautiful and it’s always [...]

[read more]

Destination: Brazil

Date: May 9th, 2005 | No Comments

As if you needed any reason at all to go to Brazil… Brazilian Town Declares Orgasm Day Santolia said the idea of celebrating Orgasm Day at first created a scandal in this poor region, known for its religious fervor. But he said residents gradually residents warmed to the idea. I wonder if Viagra will be [...]

[read more]

New York, New York

Date: April 27th, 2005 | 2 comments

So I was ready to be posting from the traditional Wi-Fi place at PDX airport before my 7am departure to New York. But I arrived, checked in and they put me on an earlier flight to Seattle. I still had to wait for my connection to Newark, but Sea-Tac does not offer free wi-fi so [...]

[read more]

The Parachute Artist

Date: April 25th, 2005 | No Comments

Thought everyone might enjoy this article in the New Yorker on Tony Wheeler and the past and present of Lonely Planet. Read Article

[read more]

New Hotels Section on BootsnAll

Date: April 21st, 2005 | No Comments

With Sean in India working with Suchi, things have been picking up speed in terms of getting new sections launched and old ones updated. Most recently we tackled the world of online hotel reservations. The re-vamped section of BootsnAll allows you to browse through over 10,000 hotels, or you can simply search up to 10 [...]

[read more]

U.S. passport rules likely to be tightened

Date: April 11th, 2005 | 4 comments

Passports would be required for travelers entering and re-entering the United States from Canada, Caribbean countries and Mexico, the State and Homeland Security departments announced yesterday. The government’s proposal is part of a tightening of border security that would be phased in over the next three years. From U.S. passport rules likely to be tightened [...]

[read more]

.travel Domain Names

Date: April 9th, 2005 | No Comments

ICANN designates .travel extension Not sure how this will catch on – it just looks weird. But no doubt the big companies will jump on board so no one else buys their names for nefarious purposes.

[read more]

U.S. Focusing on Disease Spread Through Air Travel

Date: April 7th, 2005 | No Comments

U.S. government health agencies are strengthening ties to airlines and aviation regulators to guard against the spread of infectious diseases or other deadly agents aboard commercial aircraft, federal officials said on Wednesday. “With the potential of dramatic economic losses caused either by viruses or terrorists with viruses, a proactive posture rather than a reactive posture [...]

[read more]

« Previous Page  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ... 28 29   Next Page »

What is BootBlog?

BootBlog is the company blog of the BootsnAll Travel Network, a company that has been connecting travellers since 1998. Our goal is to inspire, educate and cultivate an organic community of independent travellers. But what does that mean? Well, we love to travel and we love to connect other travellers who have the desire to get out and see this great world of ours. BootBlog will showcase what is going on around the office, around the company and within our community of travellers.

Top Categories


Featured Post

BootsnAll Launches Traveler Connect Facebook App
BootsnAll Travel Network is launching a Facebook application to connect travelers. Portland, Oregon June 21, 2010 -- BootsnAll Travel Network has created a Facebook application -- BootsnAll Traveler Connect -- that helps connect travelers. The app lets you find other travelers going to the same place you are, or connect with locals living there. Users can ask travel questions, arrange … [Read more]

Member Spotlight

BootsnAll Member Bideshi in Portland
It's been awhile since we had a BootsnAll member stop by the office. However, thank to a recent post on the message boards wondering where the Boots Crew were these days, we managed to arrange lunch with Bideshi, aka Mike (blue shirt below). bideshi-apr10 With a couple of stints working in South … [Read more]


Boston Globe Travel Show for (Almost) Free!
BostonAwhile back I posted here about getting into the Boston Globe Travel Show for free. Turns out that was for the trade conference during the day on Friday Feb 19th, not the travel show for regular consumers like you and me that runs from the evening of Friday, February 19 to … [Read more]

When you're looking for Cellphone Rentals, try our friends at GoNomad.

BootsnAll on Facebook
BootsnAll Helps you travel
RTW Travel
Travel Insurance
Adventure Travel
More BootsnAll
Travel Insights 100  Travel Maven

BnA on Twitter


We Recommend: