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DC is a quick one hour plane ride from New York City, so when Brian had to head over for work, I decided to tag along for a weekend. After scouring through my SPG options in the DC area (there is certainly no shortage), but...

It's that time of year when Delta announces the refresh to their amenity kit. Last year, we saw a minor update on the case (from black to blue on the hard case and grey to black on the soft case), plus a change in the...

Now that you've got your visa taken care of (and if you haven't, read about how to here), you'll need to set up your flights. Unfortunately, setting up flights in Myanmar isn't quite as straightforward as I'd hoped. ...

For decades, Myanmar (formerly known as Burma) had closed its borders due to a political instability and a tight military-run government. Entry into the country was extremely limited to those traveling on official business. Since 2011, the tight restrictions have slowly been lifted, and every year,...

We were on our way home after a too-quick trip to Myanmar and Thailand. Since Korean Air doesn't operate a lounge in Bangkok, Business Class passengers are given access to the Miracle Lounge in Concourse G. ...

Bagan, the center of the ancient Pagan Kingdom, is best known for the numerous temples that dot the vast city. During Bagan's hey day, 10,000 temples and pagodas were built between the 11th and 13th century. Today, only upwards of 2,000 remain, but that doesn't...

After a whirlwind trip through Bagan and Yangon, we were on our way to Bangkok for 36 hours before heading home to New York. After going through security and passport control (which took more time to get through than I'd expected), we found signs that...