Finding your flights!

Two people on sand dunes at sunset

Recommendation for

Whenever myself and my good lady Ann Marie head off travelling we always look for the best deals on Kayak. A friend of mine told me about it several year ago and ever since, that’s what we use when searching our flights. Whether it’s a local short flight across the different cities and countries of Europe or places further a field. When we were travelling Asia a just before Covid19 hit, we found it particularly useful. We were able to hop on flights at the cheapest rates throughout the region. We took a number of internal flights in India and then a few in Thailand also.


Anyhow, why am I telling you all this?

We often get asked by people on our boat, for recommendations about travelling and this is always my first suggestion. After getting your flights sorted, you can piece together your adventure on the ground. So if you’ve not checked out Kayak before, click through on the link below and see what I’m on about. Enjoy your travels and adventures.

6th February 2023


Clifford Reid

Written by Clifford Reid


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