You won’t be cramped up in your seat but find that you can roam the carriages with various food, entertainment and accommodation, while you enjoy the views on the way to the destination. It’s the chance to get attentive service combined with great accommodation.
You do not need to be rich to travel. You just need to have enough money to hop on a plane. Pick the right destinations, and there are plenty of opportunities for work overseas – if you’re not too picky – after all, this isn’t a career you are starting, just something to get you started.
Everyone has ‘that friend’ who is constantly posting pictures Instagram and Facebook, pictures of themselves on beaches…
Airline pricing doesn’t always make logical sense – longer flights could cost less than a short flight, more destinations could be cheaper, and you might not always be rewarded by flying with the same airline the whole way. Here’s how to take advantage of these idiosyncrasies.
We take a look at simple strategies you can use to find the best airfare deals for your travel. With good planning and using the right tools, you can minimise how much you spend on your ticket.
Flights typically form the biggest part of your travel expenditure, after hotels. While you’re spending big money on flights, they only form a small part of your travel experience. First of all, we’ll debunk a few myths about airfares.
You may have heard of the idea of joining a travel club before, from family, friends, or colleagues. Clubs promising travel at a price almost too good to be true. I had never heard of it, but decided to give it a go.