How To Translate Text In Five Easy Steps Using Your iPhone’s Camera

Have you ever been frustrated trying to translate a menu, sign or instructions using Google Translate?

With the introduction of iOS16, Apple has provided an easy way to instantly translate text in just five easy steps. Here’s how-

Step 1

Open The Camera App On Your iPhone

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iPhone Home Screen

Step 2

Frame The Text You Want To Translate and Tap The Selection Icon In the Bottom Right Corner Of Your Screen

Apple Translate
Frame Text

Step 3

At The Top Of Your Screen, Select “Translate”

Apple Translate
Select Translate Tab

Step 4

Select The Language In Which You Want The Text Translated

Apple Translate
Select Language

Step 5

The Text Will Immediately Be Translated

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Translated Screen

That’s all there is to it!

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Canada Drops COVID Vaccine Requirements

Good News From Canada! It is finally joining other countries in relaxing COVID pandemic-related protocols.

Effective 01 October 2022, Canada will no longer require arriving travelers to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 nor undergo pre-arrival testing, quarantine or report signs or symptoms to the government upon entry. Mask mandates on domestic flights and trains will be eliminated as well although mask requirements on international flights will continue to depend on the carrier and country of origin/destination.

Canada Lifts Covid Mask Restrictions
Passengers Will No Longer Be Required To Wear Masks On Canadian Domestic Flights

Likewise, COVID testing for passengers on cruise ships will no longer be required prior to boarding.

Canada Lifts Covid Mask Restrictions
A Passenger Shows His Covid Test Prior To Boarding A Cruise Ship

Many travelers will also be relieved that Canada is doing away with its unpopular ArriveCAN app. Although the app will continue to exist, travelers will no longer be required to upload travel documents and proof of vaccination prior to border crossing.

Canada Lifts Covid Mask Restrictions
Travelers To Canada Are No Longer Required To Submit Documents Through ArriveCAN

Currently, foreign travels who are unvaccinated are only allowed entry after they agree to a mandatory PCR test on arrival and quarantine for 14 days. After 01 October, new arrivals will no longer be required to submit a negative COVID test and those in mid quarantine will not be required to complete the remainder of their quarantine.

It is important to remember that COVID continues to pose a health threat, especially for older travelers and those whose health may be compromised. Therefore, even though Canada is relaxing its protocols, travelers should always take necessary precautions including electing to wear masks in crowded venues as well as keeping vaccines and boosters current.

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New Online Tool Helps You Know Your Rights When Flying

The U.S, Department of Transportation has created a new online Airline Customer Service Dashboard to help you know your rights when flying should you experience a flight delay or cancellation.Continue reading “New Online Tool Helps You Know Your Rights When Flying”

Bologna, Italy Top 15 Things To Do

15 Top Things To Do In Bologna, Italy

Bologna, Italy – a city rich in history where every alley and building tells the tale of a glorious past could easily be called the stepchild of Venice and Florence.
Situated roughly an hour from two of Italy’s most visited cities, it is often overlooked by travelers. That is a mistake!Continue reading “Bologna, Italy Top 15 Things To Do”

Le Relais de l’Entrecôte, Paris France

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Paris – 04 August 2022

Le Relais de l’Entrecôte

Le Relais de l’Entrecôte, Paris France
Relais de l’Entrecôte. Photo Credit: Le Relais de l’Entrecôte

Our concierge at Hélios Opéra Hotel in Paris recommended Le Relais de l’Entrecôte for dinner. We had been craving a good meal, not outrageously expensive and at a restaurant favored by locals.Continue reading “Le Relais de l’Entrecôte, Paris France”

Red Island, Croatia

ZigZagging Our Way Through Europe

With the temperature rising, we set sail southwest from Rovinj for the 2.7km trip to the peebly beaches of Red Island.Continue reading “Red Island, Croatia”

Rovinj, Croatia

ZigZagging Our Way Through Europe

Today, we set sail from Pula for the Croatian coastal city of Rovinj situated 40km to the northwest.Continue reading “Rovinj, Croatia”

Pula, Croatia – Day 2

ZigZagging Our Way Through Europe

While wrapped in ancient Roman antiquity, Pula has a more recent history as well. The largest city on the Istrian peninsula and seventh largest city in Croatia, Pula has been a major seaport, both commercially and militarily, since 1859.Continue reading “Pula, Croatia – Day 2”

Pula, Croatia – Day 1

ZigZagging Our Way Through Europe

After returning from Dubrovnik to our apartment in Zagreb, we finally took a few days to relax before setting off for our next adventure to Pula, Croatia. Situated on the southern tip of the Croatian peninsula of Istrian, Pula is approximately 266km southwest of Zagreb.Continue reading “Pula, Croatia – Day 1”