Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, our flight on JetBlue to Ecuador was canceled. The miles I used to book the flight along with the taxes were promptly refunded. Soon after, Avianca canceled our flights from within Ecuador to the Galapagos. Continue reading 60 Days To Success: Avianca To Refund Us For Canceled Flight!
Over Spring Break, the Michael W Travels family was supposed to head to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands but COVID-19 had other plans.
We were supposed to fly from New York to Guayaquil, Ecuador on JetBlue. That flight was canceled and we received a refund of our miles and taxes paid. Soon after, Avianca canceled our flight from Guayaquil to the Galapagos. Continue reading Update: What’s Going On With Our Refund From Avianca?
The Michael W Travels family was supposed to travel to Ecuador and the Galapagos over Spring Break in April.
Once the coronavirus started spreading, we knew it was highly unlikely that our trip would take place. Continue reading REFUND Us: Avianca Cancels Flight, Says We Can Rebook Til 3/21
On July 4, Kim, Lucas and I had a long layover in Miami on the way home from our trip to Nicaragua.
During the layover I wondered if it was better to rent a car or use Uber.
We ended up going with Uber, only taking two rides. Our cars showed up within minutes and both drivers seemed very nice and had clean cars. It seemed like a good move to not bother renting a car….
When we got dropped off back at Miami International Airport I noticed a problem. After the ride, I didn’t receive an e-mail from Uber with our trip details including the price… Continue reading Overbilled 30 Minutes, Uber Refunds Me…
During our Uber ride, we were given an estimate of $28-$36 to take us from the Delta Flight Museum to Turner Field. Since I had a $35 Uber credit this seemed like a great time to use it. After a bit of traffic, it turned out that our fare came to $55.
A short while after the ride ended, a short survey came up in the Uber app. It asked to rate the driver from 1-5 and leave comments about the ride (or something to that extent).