In 2009, Travel Doesn’t Have to Suffer If Value Is King

May 16, 2009 at 5:00 pm | Posted in value in travel | Leave a comment
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Travel vendors are hot to lure you into hitting the road this summer.

Well, it sure seems everybody is cutting back these days — even “capitalist tool” Forbes has drydocked the Highlander, we hear. And with all the worrisome things going on in times like these, leisure travel may seem like a frivolous luxury. But it doesn’t have to be; at go-lo we’re firmly convinced that most people overpay for their vacations. Unless you’re truly in the poorhouse, judicious choices can keep rejuvenating, mind-expanding vacations within your reach. That’s what we’re all about here — travelers, travel writers, and travel insiders all teaching and learning from each other on how we can all keep the promise of travel alive and vibrant in these trying times, whether the sustenence we draw from it is spiritual, physical, monetary or any combination thereof. It should be an interesting conversation!

–David Paul Appell

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