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July 18, 2012

Delta is trying to figure out how needles found their way into six sandwiches served to its passengers. A half-dozen sewing needles have become the focus of law enforcement investigators on two continents. That’s what happens when they wind up in peoples’ food aboard airplanes over the A.../ ➝

July 15, 2012

The kidnapping last Friday of two black Boston-area visitors touring the Sinai peninsula is but the latest in a string of abductions targeting Americans in that Egyptian territory in 2012. It raises questions about how safe the country really is for international travelers. Two African-Americans fro.../ ➝

April 29, 2012

Has some TSA airport screener lost your valuables, lifted something out of your luggage or put his hands some place where they really didn’t belong? Believe it or not, there’s an app for that. Those beloved airport screeners of the TSA, who seem so determined to challenge the Internal Re.../ ➝

January 18, 2012

[portfolio_slideshow] Images courtesy of Dreamstime.com The Costa Concordia disaster is proof that stupidity is the most powerful force in the universe. The body count isn’t even finished yet from the half–sunk, half–capsized Costa Concordia, but the cruise industry is already coun.../ ➝

January 12, 2012

A roundup of the good, the bad and the bizarre from the world’s best travel media. ​ TELLING YOU WHERE TO GO Travel writers love making lists. We all do it. And so does the New York Times. They’ve published a list of “The 45 Places to Go in 2012.” At the top of their [&hell.../ ➝

January 2, 2012

New Baja California law requires all resident motorists to have liability insurance. When visiting across the border, you need it, too. For real. As of Jan. 1, Baja California state law requires drivers there to have liability insurance. Such insurance has always been a requirement for foreign drive.../ ➝

December 30, 2011

All images by Greg Gross and property of I’m Black and I Travel unless otherwise identified. All rights reserved. A new service takes advantage of digital photo technology and social media to give you a chance to retrieve a camera that’s been ripped off. Whether you’re a professional p.../ ➝

December 28, 2011

Whether it’s insurance for your electronics or having your irreplaceable files saved somewhere, you always need to ready in case Fate — or some crook — intervenes in your travels. Right now, there a charity drive of sorts taking place on Twitter. Some folks are trying to raise mone.../ ➝

December 26, 2011

“Stuck” as in vaccinated. Failing or refusing to get your inoculations up-to-date when you travel abroad can have some pretty harrowing consequences. The New Year hasn’t even rung in yet, but the IBIT Family of readers and doers is already on the move. One expat is leaving Japan fo.../ ➝

December 12, 2011

Second of two parts Guarding against baggage theft starts before you leave home. Lighten your load to lessen the risk. Make your bags harder to break into. Ensure them against theft. Or just let a luggage shipper deal with it all. Okay, you know there are crooks out there, looking to the chance to r.../ ➝