Inflight WiFi is what gets me through long flights. I love it but it isn’t cheap. In the past I have mentioned ways to trick Gogo into thinking you are using your mobile device to get a the reduced Gogo rate (for mobile devices) and this is similar. For the months of May and June Blackberry has teamed up with Delta to offer free WiFi on their flights. That is great but I do not have a Blackberry and most people I know do not either. So how do we take advantage of this great offer?
The Philippines are a nation of more than 7,000 islands. They are well known for their beautiful beaches but the rice terraces of Ifugao are often overlooked and forgotten by visitors. It may be due to their proximity from Manila. A city people fly into but often choose not to stay for long. To reach the rice terraces on the island of Luzon one must start their journey with a 9-hour overnight bus ride to Banaue. After stopping at the viewpoint in Banaue there is only a short ride left to Batad.
Traveling the world for free sounds impossible right? The ability to fly anywhere in the world for free, live for free, eat for free, and stay connected anywhere in the world all for free is possible. With a little ingenuity, planning ahead, and travel hacking you can make it happen-seriously.
The fastest way to earn frequent flyer miles is on the ground. This typically means signing-up for travel credit cards and meeting a minimum spend to earn the sign-up bonus. This can be very rewarding and is a great travel hacking method. However, I love new ways to earn miles without credit cards.
Most major airlines have partnerships with hotels that can earn you miles for every stay or night spent in a hotel. These are nice but they come and go and the reward is not great. Rocketmiles offers more miles for your stay in a hotel room.