During the summer months in North America, airline prices go as high as $2300 on a two-week trip to Spain and burn a hole in a family’s wallet before landing in the country. But for those first-time travellers looking to go out on their own, a more appropriate time to fly out is when school’s in session.
“You don’t know what to expect in a new place,” said Nadine Arcangel, a 29-year-old registered nurse.
Arcangel started joining group travels in 2013 with friends from high school, and said it made her feel nervous before she got hooked onto travelling around the world. Continue reading