Posts Tagged ‘discount airfares’

How to Become a Travel Ninja (e-book review)

A few months ago, Chris Guillebeau released How to Become a Travel Ninja, a 39-page guide designed to help travellers save money.

In case you haven’t heard of Chris, here’s what you need to know: He’s on a mission to visit every country in the world in 5 years. He’s well on his way – over 100 countries have been ticked off the list – and flies over 40 times a year. In short, if you’re looking for an expert who can tell you how to travel more for less, Chris is your guy.

The Unconventional Guide to Discount Airfare (E-Book Review)

In the last 6 years, Chris Guillebeau has traveled to 83 countries. Sound expensive? It’s not as bad as you’d think.

On average, Chris paid only $342 for each of his flights.

In his new e-book, The Unconventional Guide to Discount Airfare, Chris shares the strategies and tactics which have allowed him to travel so much for so little.

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