During a week in Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, I ate momos like a local, causing platefuls of the popular snack food to vanish with the wave of a fork — not that I would ever use a utensil. According to proper momo etiquette, you must dig right in with your hands.
The house is in Biscayne Park, a small triangle-shaped residential neighborhood just north of Miami Shores known for its 1930s log cabin and "Don’t even think about speeding!" signs. Mostly one-story houses sit on green lawns; small boulevards divide the narrow, shady streets.
Several companies and one federal agency have introduced apps that provide travelers with average security line wait times. The numbers are crowdsourced by other passengers or are based on historical data — or are a mix of both.
Every year, major lists come out from various publications telling travelers where they should visit. Then these places get inundated with tourists, taking away the atmosphere that made them popular in the first place.
by Christopher Elliott, Washington Post News Service
Alcohol has fueled some horrible in-flight incidents in recent years, including sexual assaults, bloody brawls, and mere loud confrontations. This past summer, Irish discount airline Ryanair publicly called for restrictions on alcohol sales at airports, including a before 10 a.m.