Back in the day (when I was an impoverished college student in the pre-internet era) the approach of holiday seasons induced widespread panic among the college crowd. How were we going to find low cost travel to get home for the holidays on our budgets?
The solution was a “Ride Exchange” bulletin board posted in the student center, where people put up note cards under “Rides Needed” and “Rides Offered.”
Cheap travel is always a great concern among students. Today of course, college students look for their travel bargains online at such sites as Travelocity, Orbitz, Priceline and the like. But if the student in your family needs one more discount travel option, you should look into www.craiglist.org, which is a tremendous source of free information on all subjects. Check out his article in www.hometownlife.com.
By Guerrilla Traveler
Ps Check out this really great price for a 4 day/3 night stay in Honolulu, Hawaii for $124 per person. This includes airfare and it is offered through AAVacations. But hurry! You must book this great travel deal by December 31, 2005.
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