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No, there really are no cheap flights from Toronto to Resolute Bay. This is a known problem, as small communities are hundreds of km from each other and thousands of km from any road. Long distance flights in often hazardous conditions with small aeroplanes. It means the local Inuit (unlike the extremely well-paid miners) are often unable to visit each ...
Two days ago I took the Weidong ferry from Qingdao to Incheon, while both the Lonely Planet book and the ferry company web site state 775 CNY as the cheapest fare (economy bed) plus 30 CNY port tax = 805 CNY, the actual ticket was just 458 + 30 = 488 CNY Both China and South Korea have National holidays soon, so I don't think this was an off-season price. ...
For the flexible date and region search option you should try Kayak which provides flexibility of date via Month and shows map of region for destinations as shown below. Also, you can try ITASoftware (this provide you a calender view where you can see the cheapest fare, but you will not be able to book using this site, so after your results go to another ...
Bell Travel bus desk on Level 2 of the Airport has shuttles that run regularly, best if you book on line as they sell out, Around THB260/per person. Air conditioning, toilet, wifi, reclining seats. Around 3.5 hour trip but definetley the cheapest and easiest way to get there. Not associated with this company just a happy customer.
If you're not willing to fly, Rome2Rio says that you can take a bus to Colombo fort and a train all the way to Anuradhapura, for a total travel time of approximately 6h10. Other options include taking a bus to Pettah CTB, another bus to Puttaiam and a taxi from there.
The cheapest option will almost certainly be taking the Marunouchi Line subway from Akasaka-Mitsuke to Ginza (Y170) and transferring to the Access Narita bus to Narita (Y1000). Or you can also take the subway an extra stop to Tokyo stn, which is also served by Access Narita and has twice as many departures. Note that IC cards are not valid for the bus, ...
The Wikia webpage on prepaid mobile options in Hungary seems to point to the fact that, to date, the Go Napinet Netplusz L package from Magyar Telekom (formerly T-Mobile) for 1GB of data seems to be the cheapest option. Indeed, comparing data only-sims with similar data allowances yields the following ordered list (ordered from cheapest to most expensive): ...
The Keisei Limited Express departs Ueno and Nippori and costs 1030 Yen with an IC card. This journey will take about 70min. You can get to Ueno from Akasaka on the Ginza line in about 25min for 200 Yen. This is a good, cheap and fast option if you want to avoid buses.
With an IC card you can go from Akasaka to Machiya on the Chiyoda subway line (195 yen), and from Machiya to the airport via Keisei (973 yen). This is three yen more expensive than @jpatokal's answer, and slightly more inconvenient as there are two train transfers, instead of relaxing on the bus. But, this weekend may see some highway congestion due to the ...
www.adioso.com has fairly flexible searches where you can float dates and set regions as destination. Example DUS <-> DEL is US$ 896 depart 12/23, return Jan 4. This is probably as good as it's going to get: It's Christmas time with many people being off work, so flight prices are very high during that time
This is Indonesian's standard, which I think is quite similar to those 3 countries. For (decent) foods and drinks, I would say 5€/day. Beer costs around 1€. Accomodation starts from 5€/day, but for tourists from Europe/America, it is advisable to take a more expensive room which may cost around 10-15€. As to transportation between countries, I cannot tell as ...
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