How to Survive While Driving in Exhausting Heat

Long and hot summer days are a perfect time for adventures, and your car is definitely in want of a cool drive. You’ve bought new summer tyres, planned your itinerary in details, and packed your belonging…but you still aren’t ready enough to hit the road. Travelling by car in a trying heat requires much more More »

The Best Outdoor Adventures in California

Although states like Hawaii, Alaska, Oregon, Montana and Florida are hailed for their wide array of outdoor adventures, the massive state of California also has plenty to offer nature lovers.   From pristine mountain lakes and flourishing redwood forests to sunny beaches and sandy desert dunes, these are the best spots for outdoor exploration in More »

The Beauty of Okinawa Japan

I must admit, I don’t know a lot about Japan. It’s on my bucket list to be sure, but beyond Geishas, snow monkeys, and the bright lights of Tokyo, I’m not that fully versed in the country and what else it has to offer. Blame it on action films and nature documentaries, but the Western More »

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Hack Your Way to Become a Hotel Room Gourmet #ExperienceTransat

We’ve all been there. Stuck in a remote hotel. Hankering for something decent to eat that doesn’t come from the mini-bar snack selection. No restaurant in sight. And room service far too pricey. What to do, what to do?

The folks at Air Transat have obviously faced the same dilemma. They’ve come up with this ingenious set of tips on how to create some unique foods on the go using just the materials found in your hotel room. (Well, and the ingredients of course — you’ll have to plan ahead a bit and make sure you bring them along with you.)

The video showing you how to hack your way to becoming a hotel room gourmet is part of their Tarmac by Transat video series which gives travellers tips and tricks into the world of travel, with the end goal of course to inspire you on your next vacation.

Take a look at the video and let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

Would you use any of these tricks on your next vacation?