Paper Maps & Guide Books Please tell me your not one of the many people I see standing on the corner holding a big map; looking up, looking down, looking left, looking down, looking right, looking down...again etc. Oh and I sincerely hope your not the one who has...read more
Google Trips Researching a new destination can be both exciting for some and stressfully nerve racking for others. Your see here at Rudderless we like to focus on short trips and in order to make short trips successful we need really good apps. Great navigation apps...read more
Wandering Wagars While in St.John's International Airport, my brother and I were informed of a mechanical delay which was to keep us grounded for a few hours. Thank goodness for this Departure Lounge's rocking chairs...Newfoundland is quirky like that. As I got comfy...read more
Ever since I became old enough to start challenging the true existence of jolly old St. Nick is when I started becoming more of a grinch. Around the age of 16 I was delivering newspapers and earning my own small change. I never was or never will be great at budgeting...read more
When it comes to navigation we all have our favorites but I found one app that I seem to be using over and over and over. Especially during my research and planning stages. Simple and straightforward in its design and function yet powerful in its process. The sole...read more
Heathrow airport. I just arrived after an amazing time in London. I saw most of the main sites and had my fill of beans and eggs for breakfast, tea in the afternoon with fish and chips and beer in pubs for dinner. The highlight though, was spending time with my...read more
We all heard the cliche. In order to find yourself, you have to lose yourself. Yeah, yeah its all poetic and beautiful and deep and inspiring but when you only have 48 hours in a city, time is of the essence. Getting lost is the best way to explore a city no doubt but...read more
I was sitting in the awesome Porter Lounge at Billy Bishop, Toronto Island Airport waiting for my flight to New York. As I spoke with my brother over the phone regarding video work for his company The Cap Guys, I noticed a lovely young lady periodically staring at me....read more
Airbnb App: Booking homes from local hosts in 191+ countries If Airbnb was a contact in my little black book, the page would be worn out. Dog eared page corners, letters and numbers a bit smudged because of beer spills and coffee stains, Marilyn Monroe type, red...read more
Photo by: Naomi What Inspired Me To Travel Across The Continent A few years ago, I got this idea, to go to Nepal. I wanted to spend some time abroad and Nepal seemed like the right background for my plans. I didn’t have the slightest notion of how to get there or how...read more
The Skyscanner App The average person doesn’t need to think twice about getting out of town for 48 hour travel adventure or a long weekend of stressless fun. You've been at your office computer with the mouse pointer on the browsers minimize button, should your boss...read more
The Hopper App. Sometimes the thought of getting away from the office for a long weekend or a couple of days seems like the perfect idea until it comes time to find the cheapest flight. Everyone has a theory; Never book on the weekend, Tuesday is the best day to book,...read more
Short Trips. Got 48 hours, 2 days or 1 weekend? We got the latest posts that explore the architecture, off and on the beaten path, the rich culture, food, customs, music, festivals and history of the people, their stories and places around the globe using cutting edge videography, stunning photography and creative writing.
Landing Gear keeps you up to date with the latest posts about travel apps and travel gear. The key maximizing our time in a city with only 48 hours, 2 days or 1 weekend is how we use our travel apps and travel gear.
Departure Lounge. Stories from the greatest travel bloggers on the internet. From solo travel, couple travel and family travel to budget travel, luxury travel and adventure travel we sit down and talk it out as we wait our next flight. Plus all their tips, tricks and travel hacks.
The Local Beer Movement is for the beer lovers who want to stay on tap with the latest posts about commercial and craft beer from around the world. Cheers!