While you may not be able to go on the most elaborate vacation ever, you might be able to afford some type of holiday even if you don’t have a whole lot to spend. Instead of bemoaning the fact that your money is tight, take a look at how much you have, then start researching. You may find you can take a decent holiday after all.
In this age of instant gratification and credit cards, the world is literally at our fingertips. I can be sitting in the living room watching television, see an advertisement for the latest product, go online and five minutes later have ordered the item for next day delivery. We seem to want more, and more, and we want it all now…
For many families the coming of spring heralds more than better weather: it means a getaway trip. On the other hand, many of us are also feeling the ill effects of the economic downturn. Does that mean you have to forgo your annual travels? The answer, of course, is no. Sure, your trip might be of a smaller scale than what you’re used to, but you can still have a great time. And if the budget is really tight, you can even “get away” without leaving home at all.
With the advent of the World Wide Web, competitive marketing in the travel industry has made travel more affordable than ever before as hotels, resorts, airlines and tour agencies offer attractive prices and special deals to lure potential customers. If your main aim of travelling is to visit a particular country, soak in its culture [...]