I love to travel.
I've been all over the world- from Cape Town in South Africa to Tijuana in Mexico and beautiful Kyoto in Japan.
The more I travel the more I want to travel.
The only thing better than traveling is cheap traveling.
For a while I believed that my traveling days were coming to an end. With the ever increasing price of oil, there is no longer such a thing as a cheap airfare! Discount airfares and discount travel seem to be a thing of the past.
Moping around about how long it would take before I could afford to go back to Japan, I started searching the web.
I discovered there can be a marked difference in the airfare price offered by an Internet travel agent compared to that of an agent with a conventional shop front.
Wondering why, I investigated further to understand the price difference.
Then it hit me!
If I was to run a business exclusively on the Internet then potentially what I am selling can be a lower price than my competition in the store at the supermarket, because I don’t have his overheads!
If you are planning on going on a holiday or booking accommodation for a holiday it’s worth checking out prices on the web first.
David McGimpsey is the host of http://www.cheap-bargains-guide.com a web site listing some of the best deals on the internet from cheap mp3 players to cheap airline tickets. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org