Having lived vicariously through my kids travels, I decided it was my time to do some traveling. Our first experience was “flying across the pond” to do a river cruise. Everything was so new to me and I was anxious to do more. The travel bug had bitten me – really hard and right near my heart. All I could think about was making my bucket list and prioritizing where I wanted to go. I had to find a way to make my dreams come true on a limited income.
This blog is about my journey fulfilling that dream. It may not be on a shoe string budget but it is cost conscious. Tips on maximizing your experiences while minimizing the costs, using credit card sign-up bonuses, manufacturered spending to give you more points, and shopping bonus categories for 5 times points….all this will be written about so that a beginner can understand.
Blogger Hubby and I are a retired couple on a fixed income so we are cost conscious about all of our travels but at the same time I want a millionaire’s (well, maybe a thousandaire’s) vacation. I don’t want to stay at the cheapo hotels and fly coach across the Pacific from the East Coast but I will fly economy across the Atlantic to save my miles. That is what started my interested in points – a way of maximizing my vacations through points and miles.
Since this blog is about air, land and sea I will be writing about road trips, hotels stays even a few note worthy restaurants along with airlines, and cruises.
If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment or email me at AirLandAndSeaBlog@gmail.com
Come join me on this journey.