Low cost airlines are booming the last decade. More and more travellers around the globe make the choice to travel even if some ‘sacrifices’ have to be done. The major issue that rises is why to pay an expensive ticket to a conventional airline if the actual cost of the trip is sometimes the half? People want to travel, technology gives that opportunity. Why not to employ it for our favour. Numbers in following figure prove the penetration of low cost airlines worldwide (economist.com).
Why cost airlines can provide cheaper flights? Check the next info graphic by flowingdata.com:
Travelling with a low cost airline, passenger and traveller needs to be aware of the rules and procedures. If not could be catastrophic due to the extra or last minute charges that low cost airlines have in place in order to keep business sustain.
‘Air Observer’s Blog’ provides 10 tips that you should have in mind if really want to enjoy a low cost flight:
It has been around 150 years from the time that Thomas Cook introduced the modern way of travelling. Demands, destinations, offers, means of transportation, expectations are changing from time to time, but only one thing is always the same: the customer (traveller) is always right!
Go through this great info graphic made for hotelclub.com and get to know some funny and important tips to have in mind.
What may occurs in the travel industry within the next 150 years nobody can tell for sure but interpolating the facts in the current info graphic we can conclude that lot of changes are coming.
I am currently working on a new project – Project f- witch I am sharing first with you.
The aim of the project is to give the opportunity to anyone to discover interesting destinations, meet new cultures and civilizations that conventional travel websites are avoiding and of course everything in a unique, creative and playful platform.
You can visit project’s ‘tease’ page and have a look of what is going to be reveal.
Why project – phi or φ? φ is 21st letter of the Greek alphabet and it is the mathematical symbol of Golden Ratio that represents the perfectionist in many aspects of nature and human aspects.
Do not get nervous… The project will deal with the calculations and you get the perfect destination. Can reveal how…but the project promises not to let you down.
PS: I am looking forward for talented partners so if travelling is your passion do not hesitate to contact me.
Who said that Mexico is only tequila and sombreros? Mexico is such an amazing country with outstanding beauty and lovely people.
Some years ago, while visiting a good local friend I had the chance to visit Yucatan Peninsula at Caribbean Mexico (next to Cuba).
Travelxolic.com will soon provide lot of photos and tips from Mexico and several worth visiting places but in the meantime you can have a look an astonishing Eco Themed Park located at the peninsula – The Xcaret Eco Park.
The park, unique for its ecological character, completed in 1990 in a Mayan privet owned land includes a Mayan village, an underground river in which visitors can swim thought it, wild animals, relaxing points and restaurants, papantla flying men, coral reef aquarium, swimming with dolphins pools and even enjoy a remarkable show at the end of the day with dancers, actors and horses including the mesoamerican fire ball game.
If you ever visit Yucatan peninsula/Cancun do not miss the spend one day over the park. It is a life-time experience for sure!
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First time in Antwerp Station / Belgium and feel like need to share that comment:
Extraordinary combination of classic and contemporary architecture design and construction.
credit (photo & notes): citytripplanner.com
The original station building was constructed between 1895 and 1905 as a replacement for the original terminus of the Brussels-Mechelen-Antwerp Railway. The stone clad terminus buildings, with a vast dome above the waiting room hall were designed by Louis Delacenserie and the vast (185 metres long and 44 metres high) iron and glass trainshed by Clement van Bogaert. The viaduct into the station is also a notable structure designed by local architect Jan Van Asperen.The station is now widely regarded as the finest example of railway architecture in Belgium, although the extraordinary eclecticism of the influences on Delacenserie’s design had led to a difficulty in assigning it to a particular architectural style. In W. G. Sebald’s Austerlitz an ability to appreciate the full range of the styles that might have influenced Delacensiere is used to demonstrate the brilliance of the fictional architectural historian who is the novel’s protagonist. In February 2009, the American newspaper ‘Newsweek’ found that the station deserved a 4th place as world’s most beautiful station.
Traveling is essential for our life and very important for our mood. Travel can be anything. Is not only about spending some days abroad, or visiting family at vacations time. Travel is even when getting to work, when visiting friends, when wandering around in the neighbourhood. It is mostly not about the destination but about the trip itself. Many things may occur to disturb or surprise us but what is important is to learn and experience new circumstances.
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