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When travel mishaps happen

Travel mishaps are frustrating, but they can also make us savvier, more resilient travellers

Travel has grown more chaotic in recent months, with lost luggage, flight cancellations, staff shortages and strikes causing disruption. PHOTO: AFP
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As part of my work, I dispense all sorts of advice to travellers: how to pack lighter; tips for beating jet lag; what to pack for Covid-19 travel.

I've written numerous articles about how to travel smarter, better, more efficiently.

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