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The various Asian LCC (low-cost-carriers) airplane companies are the way to go. Check out Air Asia, Peach, Vanilla Air, etc. You should be able to travel for way less than US$300 return if you book at the right time. For example, this flight from Hong Kong to Osaka one way is less than US$120 on Peach: Similarly, this flight from Taipei to Tokyo one way ...


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No ferries, much too far. Best you could do is a cruise ship, but the only ones that tend to do HK - Yokohama are the ultra-luxury ocean liners like the Queen Elizabeth, and then only once a year. If you have a lot of time there are some cargo lines that accept passengers. Cargo ship schedules are very flexible, you have to be ready to go when they say so. ...


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You can do wide year long searches with Skyscanner. Cheaper tickets can be found by using ITA Matrix to search multiple airports from one place to another, you can't book using ITA Matrix but it can be used to find cheap deals. You can set up Flight Price Alerts using Kayak. Prices can vary upon which airline, airport and how many people have booked and ...


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LAN Airlines now flies from Sydney to Santiago, as well as from Santiago to Mexico City. ITA Matrix gives an approximate price of $2600 for a round flight through Chile.


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There're plenty of variables that defines the price of a ticket. In general it comes to this: Time in advance you purchased the ticket (the longer [usually)] the better) Stay in destination Seasonality To answer your question regarding length of trip (item 2) look at the Saturday night Rule. This distinguish business from pleasure. So you'll know when ...


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Hitchhiking is by far the cheapest option. I have had personal experience hitching across Holland both in and out of Eindhoven and I've never wited much longer than 1 hour maximum for a lift pretty much anywhere in Holland. When hitching my best advice is to always hitch from a petrol station, as that way you can talk to drivers to; A: determine if ...


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Using the Istanbulkart (Istanbul's Oyster Card) you can make it to Taksim with 4.75 TL. Atatürk - Zeytinburnu (M1A): 2.15 TL Zeytinburnu - Kabatas (T1): 1.45 TL Kabatas - Taksim (F1): 1.15 TL Buying 3 Jetons would make 12 TL instead. Using the Istanbulkart is only useful if you use public transportation more than that one time since it costs 6 TL to get ...



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