by Mark Albert
Whether traveling for work or pleasure, I don’t have two weeks and a ton of money to spend in each place.
So I usually stay in a foreign city two or three days.
Which means I need to hit the ground adjusted to the local time zone–without jet lag–so I don’t waste time feeling sick and tired and groggy. That’s no fun!
I look at trips as “travel tapas” – short bites of distinct culture, exotic food, and vibrant people.
And I want to be alert enough to enjoy it all.