[quote] Brandy says: The Cheap Travel page is just that. If you’re looking for tips on how to backpack the world on a small budget, this is the place for you. Whether you’re taking your first trip abroad or are a seasoned traveler looking to hone your budget skills, I’ve worked to find the very best websites and put them in one convenient place for you. The Cheap Travel page is organized into three sections: Keeping a travel budget, cheap overland travel, and the (always time consuming) ways to find cheap airfare. [/quote]
This page is the home of my favorite tips for how to not blow your travel budget. Including tips on how to eat cheap while traveling, how to barter in a marketplace and lots of free things to do when traveling anywhere in the world. If you’re not rolling in the dough, or used to keeping track of your money, you’re going to love this. If you’ve been traveling for a while, you may be well aware of these and have some of your own to share, either way, check it out and let me know.
In the interest of helping protect our planet, this page is dedicated to the cheapest overland travel tips and websites. Need to find cheap bus fare, the best information on trains around the world, and how to do proper research before your trip? This is where you need to be. Listing some of the worst sites (to prevent you from using them) and showcasing the best overland website in existence, this page is your transportation friend.
If you want to take a flight, and need the lowest prices on plane tickets, go directly to this page for the best sites to get great deals on airfare. Listing international airlines, tips for finding the best sales on airfare, and my favorite websites to get cheap plane tickets, this is all about airplanes and where they will take you. Everyone from Ryan Air to Tiger Airways, you’ll find the best airfare or I will refund your time spent reading this site*.
*Just kidding, no one can replace time lost, which is why you should start traveling now.