Dance a Jig: Travel on the Cheap

If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to go see the world,  there are number of great deals which are up for grabs:

 

1.      British Airways is taking $250 off any round-trip World Traveller Plus ticket to London, and $100 off any ticket worldwide.  Book by January 27.

2.      Expedia is holding a winter sale with hotel discounts of up to 50% off at properties around the world. Start now by locking in an unbelievably low rate on your next hotel stay—or choose from a huge selection of special Flight + Hotel deals in all the most popular destinations. Book by February 26, 2009; travel from January 3 through March 30, 2009.

3.       Mexico’s Los Cabos hotels have banded together to offer a “Fly Me to the Sun” program, which gives guests $400 back upon check-out — which basically means a free airline ticket. Check out the website  for participating hotels and rates.

4.       Cebu Pacific is giving travellers who fly on Cebu Pacific Air between January 1 and February 28, 2009 a chance to win one of 5 round-trip tickets.  Just keep your boarding pass and complete their online survey here.   

  

I don’t know about you but I think it’s worth dancing a jig.  =)

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Motherhood has a very humanizing effect. Everything gets reduced to essentials. ~Meryl Streep

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Miele Guides: place your vote now for the best restaurant in the region

from Miele Guide’s website:

The Miele Guide will be Asia’s first truly independent regional restaurant guide when launched in October 2008, and also its most authoritative. Written by food lovers who know and love Asia, The Miele Guide will rank and profile restaurants across the region’s major cities, categorised by country, city and cuisine, in a slim, indispensable volume.

The 2008/2009 edition will evaluate restaurants in 16 Asian countries—Brunei, Cambodia, China (including Hong Kong and Macau), India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.

A shortlist has been drawn from the region’s top food critics and now it is up to you to finalize which restaurants you think are the best. And if your favourite restaurant is not on the shortlist, you’ll have the option to nominate and vote for it too. From these results, a list of Asia’s top restaurants will be drawn. The guide will rank and profile in detail the top 20 in Asia. The rest will be categorised by country, city and cuisine.

There is quite an eclectic choice for the Philippines: ranging from Lolo Dad’s to Antonio’s to Tsukiji to Kanin Club to Dos Mestizo’s.

Go to http://www.mieleguide.com and vote now for the best restaurant in the Philippines. As an added incentive, you could win a fab dinner in one of Asia’s best restaurants and stay in one of the region’s most luxurious hotels.

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Motherhood has a very humanizing effect. Everything gets reduced to essentials. ~Meryl Streep

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