World Ticket

World Ticket

In my last blog I was contemplating if we should get a world ticket or not. Well we have finally decided to go with a world ticket. After a lot of research we decided it would be the cheaper option. We have gone with a company called Travel Nation. The world ticket lasts for a year and you can change your plotted dates as often as you want, by ringing up, for no extra cost. We have decided to only book the major flights through travel nation and we will book other smaller flights in and around Asia once we are over there. There is an airline called air Asia which do budget flights around Asia. So we will just book other small flight once we are out there.

We set off on 3rd February and we plan to be traveling till the beginning of December 2010.  Our travel route is as follows:-

  • India (New Delhi)
  • Mumbai
  • Goa
  • Chennai
  • Singapore
  • Java
  • Bali
  • Thailand (Chang Mai)
  • Bangkok
  • Cambodia
  • Vietnam
  • China (Hong Kong)
  • Shanghai
  • Japan (Tokyo)
  • Australia
  • New Zealand
  • South America (Ecuador)
  • Galapagos Islands
  • Brazil

Thanks for reading. My next blog will inform you about the necessary jabs you need before you go traveling.

One Response to “World Ticket”

  1. Travel Information Koh Samui Says:

    I was in Samui for the last 2 weeks of December 2008 and had a remarkable time – I always do! The grooviest part of the year is between late May until November (the monsoon season). When I was there, it rained a a couple of times, but then speedily dried up after. Many people visit in the high season (November to March) because of enjoyable temperatures, red skies and low rain. As a result tourism is at its highest and everything can be a little more pricey. Hotels and tours can be quite packed and some tourist hot spots are not quite so laid back.

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