If you’re an avid reader here on Eye & Pen, then you have likely come across a few of my review posts. If you have done just that, then you know that I prefer to write mostly natural, free-flowing articles that are typically a bit odd, a bit whimsical, and (of course) a bit ranty. So with hopes and dreams of not disappointing you, I revisit you in my utmost curious fashion, focusing on a new and up and coming, heavy hitter hotel booking website – TravelPony.com.
You may read my more in-depth guide here – it’s full of various tips and tricks.
Book early, be flexible, and save a lot
This aspect of airfare has yet to change. The earlier you book, the better off you will be as far as price goes. For me, I typically can work around my dates a bit to save as much money as I can, although it’s not always that easy for most travelers. If you can book early, be flexible about your flight schedule, and this might be the biggest money saving option for you.
Turkey is a popular holiday destination for many traveller and the fantastic golfing resorts here are the ideal destination for golfers who want to tee off in a warmer climate. Perfect for those who want to get up close and personal with the sport while soaking up the glorious sunshine.
If you’re eager to venture away from flying, the usual mode of transport to one holiday destination, then maybe a cruise is the mode of transport for you. Surrounded by beautiful scenic views and being able to visit different ports, it’s no surprise that cruise holidays remain a popular way to travel.
In this long, wintery dry spell between seasons 3 and 4 of Game of Thrones, we all need a way to appease our appetites for George R. R. Martin’s fantastical world. While the next season is being produced, why not seek out Westeros as it exists in our known world with a trip to one of the exotic locations that play host to the scenes and settings of the show? Seeking out the landscapes of Martin’s world will take you to places as diverse and intriguing as the volcanic fields of Iceland and a cursed island in the mediterranean. While taking in these fascinating locales, watch as your imagination transforms the world around you into the quasi-medieval, quasi-fantastical cities, towns, and landscapes of Game of Thrones.
A nervous fever had taken ahold of me, creeping up from the depths of my abdomen, with each second of the clock ticking past, the closer I was to approaching my home country. It was the first time I’d be stepping foot on U.S. soil in nearly eight months. I could hear the wheels shuttering to ascend beneath me, as the nose of the plane began to gradually point forward toward the ground. The uneasy feeling of my short layover was reaching frantic paramount. I nervously tapped my feet on the ground, fumbling one hand around the other, while stopping briefly to obsessively check my phone for the time. My heart sank when the time seemed to start passing faster than I even thought possible – before I knew it, the plane was 25-minutes late. Eventually, we landed, taxying to the designated stop, and the flight attendant unlocked the doors, waving me through before the others, since she knew of my situation.
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