As I research the travel news daily, I always find lots of travel videos that are worth sharing. Some are inspiring, some have valuable travel tips, some are silly and some are examples of things NOT to do. Whenever I find a travel video worth sharing, I’ll embed it here to share with you.

Thursday, April 11


@johnnyjet Don’t ever stand in a long line like this. Here’s what to do instead. #foryoupage #fyp #traveltips #travelhack #hawaii ♬ Vacation – Dirty Heads

Monday, April 8


Post by @civixplorer
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Thursday, April 4

YouTube video

Wednesday, April 2


Post by @clare.rolfzen
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Thursday, March 21


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A post shared by FloridaGuideJosh (@floridaguidejosh)

Monday, March 18

YouTube video

Thursday, March 14

YouTube video

Wednesday, March 13


Post by @walenyc
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7 Comments On "How to Avoid Long Lines"
  1. Lynn Wright|

    Big JJ fan – love the videos – it’s good to see nice things…we need that now.

  2. Kathy Millard|

    I am very happy that you set a good example:
    when anyone in your family (travel party) has a cold,
    you simply don’t fly. Good for you- a lesson for your readers!

  3. DLD|

    How come I’m not able to see the included Instagram clips on your site?

    1. Johnny Jet|

      I’m not sure. But when that does happen they usually have a link that states “view on Instagram.” Click it next time

  4. Jane|

    This is on Asiana Airlines, a Korean airline, and the kids are Korean. They’re not Japanese, as it said in your email newsletter. Even the text of the post is in Korean. I’d maybe double check these things in the future first before mass sending it to everyone. I don’t blame you though since, as an Asian, I cannot tell the difference between a Polish guy and a German.

    1. Johnny Jet|

      Hi Jane,

      This was a complete oversight by me. I thought it was JAL for some reason (I think someone forwarded it to me) but I should have double checked.


    It’s wonderful to know that Johnny’s kids have seen all 50 states in the U.S., and learned about all of our amazing history, the people who fought and died for our freedom, and how the greatest nation in the world was formed, before they ventured to foreign countries to learn about foreign history, language, culture, and customs.
    I, myself, have never had any desire whatsoever to visit any foreign countries, with maybe the rare exception of Canada. USA, 1st, last, and always. Plus, the good old USA is less expensive to visit, far easier to access and travel to than long, expensive flights and trips to foreign countries. I’m glad my family spent time visiting our own nation, rather than foreign countries that just don’t measure up to the beauty, power, and memories the USA gives you. More people come to the USA for a better life, citizenship, and the promised freedoms they didn’t have in their foreign countries, than any other nation in the world.

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