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Round the World Trip (London STN / Barcelona / Los Angeles / Hawaii / Sydney / Bali / Bangkok / New Delhi / Goa) £824 @ Various Airlines
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Round the World Trip (London STN / Barcelona / Los Angeles / Hawaii / Sydney / Bali / Bangkok / New Delhi / Goa) £824 @ Various Airlines

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Posted 30th Jun
A westward around the world trip this time which incorporates a wide variety of destinations. November departure (please refer to the example itinerary). Please note that although I have tried to ensure that you spend a reasonable amount of time at each location, flight prices were the main factor in influencing the length of stay at each location. Hand luggage only. Of course feel free to change the dates around, but this is likely to cause an increase in price (as I selected the cheapest flights where possible).

1) Stansted - Barcelona (5th November) - £18 - Ryanair . Please note that you will be returning to Gatwick so if you would also like to depart from Gatwick prices start from £26 (£8 more) for the same departure date (5th Nov)
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2) Barcelona - Los Angeles (8th November) - £153 - Norwegian
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3) Los Angeles - Hawaii (11th November) - £156 - Air Alaska (Note there is a long layover although you can go direct for just £27 more)
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4) Hawaii - Sydney (18th November) - £101 - Jetstar
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5) Sydney - Bali (22nd November) - £119 - Malindo Air
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6) Bali - Bangkok (27th November) - £56 - Thai Lion Air
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7) Bangkok - New Delhi (3rd December) - £88 - NokScoot Airlines
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8.) New Delhi - Goa (9th December) - £37 - AirAsia
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9) Goa to London Gatwick (13th December) - £95 - Thomas Cook Airlines
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This roughly equates to a return train ticket to London. Great deal OP.
Mangoon30/06/2019 21:09

Great routing. Good price, but three tonnes of carbon...


If you were to take this up you could consider your trip carbon neutral because these flights will take off whether you are on them or not. You could also plant a tree and eat some quinoa to make your conscience more at ease.

Hot from me
Another fantastically misleading deal by @reindeer333

Not a trip for £824 just a collection of cheap flights.
Edited by: "jaypr" 30th Jun
Syzable30/06/2019 22:24

Excellent post @reindeer333 now to sneak out of this place for a month …Excellent post @reindeer333 now to sneak out of this place for a month


Thanks Moderate from a Hawaiian beach sounds good to me
jaypr30/06/2019 22:57

Another fantastically misleading deal by @reindeer333Not a trip for £824 …Another fantastically misleading deal by @reindeer333Not a trip for £824 just a collection of cheap flights.


From reading the comments a lot of people appreciate these kind of posts as it shows it is possible to visit many popular worldwide destinations in one trip.

You state that this deal is just " a collection of cheap flights" but this is a deal too is it not?
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This roughly equates to a return train ticket to London. Great deal OP.
Great itinerary, stupidly cheap. Hot from me. I’d take one less day in Barcelona if possible as you don’t need long there
Jesus, that flight to London at the end.
As this includes struggling Norwegian- take out insurance that covers flights
psychdee30/06/2019 20:32

I like overnight flights!


Nah I mean the price! Works out at like £9 an hour
Great routing. Good price, but three tonnes of carbon...
Don't forget to account for the cost of your Indian visa. Still excellent find 👌
Excellent post @reindeer333 now to sneak out of this place for a month
Mangoon30/06/2019 21:09

Great routing. Good price, but three tonnes of carbon...


If you were to take this up you could consider your trip carbon neutral because these flights will take off whether you are on them or not. You could also plant a tree and eat some quinoa to make your conscience more at ease.

Hot from me
Another fantastically misleading deal by @reindeer333

Not a trip for £824 just a collection of cheap flights.
Edited by: "jaypr" 30th Jun
jaypr30/06/2019 22:57

Another fantastically misleading deal by @reindeer333Not a trip for £824 …Another fantastically misleading deal by @reindeer333Not a trip for £824 just a collection of cheap flights.


...(s)he must be bored waiting for another eBay's "off-deal" to post
So it seems it’s best to just book yourself now not get one of those trailfinders tickets.
jaypr30/06/2019 22:57

Another fantastically misleading deal by @reindeer333Not a trip for £824 …Another fantastically misleading deal by @reindeer333Not a trip for £824 just a collection of cheap flights.



You sound really fun!
Syzable30/06/2019 22:24

Excellent post @reindeer333 now to sneak out of this place for a month …Excellent post @reindeer333 now to sneak out of this place for a month


Thanks Moderate from a Hawaiian beach sounds good to me
jaypr30/06/2019 22:57

Another fantastically misleading deal by @reindeer333Not a trip for £824 …Another fantastically misleading deal by @reindeer333Not a trip for £824 just a collection of cheap flights.


From reading the comments a lot of people appreciate these kind of posts as it shows it is possible to visit many popular worldwide destinations in one trip.

You state that this deal is just " a collection of cheap flights" but this is a deal too is it not?
reindeer33301/07/2019 07:42

You state that this deal is just " a collection of cheap flights" but this …You state that this deal is just " a collection of cheap flights" but this is a deal too is it not?


Yes it is a deal too, but it’s spun as so much more, a whole trip in fact for just £824.

If you where being honest the title should read “bunch of the cheapest flights I can find covering 39 days with hand luggage only and no accommodation” but I guest that doesn’t sound like quite the deal.

This is basically the HUKD equivalent of PPI mis selling.
Edited by: "jaypr" 1st Jul
jaypr01/07/2019 08:31

Yes it is a deal too, but it’s spun as so much more, a whole trip in fact f …Yes it is a deal too, but it’s spun as so much more, a whole trip in fact for just £824. If you where being honest the title should read “bunch of the cheapest flights I can find covering 39 days with hand luggage only and no accommodation” but I guest that doesn’t sound like quite the deal.This is basically the HUKD equivalent of PPI mis selling.


Sorry if it comes across this way - it is definitely not my intention to mislead people, I guess it just comes down to the individuals interpretation of "trip" on whether a certain person thinks accommodation is included in the price or not. I'll make it clearer in future titles that the price is for flights only.
reindeer33301/07/2019 09:53

Sorry if it comes across this way - it is definitely not my intention to …Sorry if it comes across this way - it is definitely not my intention to mislead people, I guess it just comes down to the individuals interpretation of "trip" on whether a certain person thinks accommodation is included in the price or not. I'll make it clearer in future titles that the price is for flights only.


Thanks.
@reindeer333 weird question i know but wehre did you get the image from that you loaded? want to do a watercolour of it
Madchester30/06/2019 22:53

If you were to take this up you could consider your trip carbon neutral …If you were to take this up you could consider your trip carbon neutral because these flights will take off whether you are on them or not. You could also plant a tree and eat some quinoa to make your conscience more at ease.Hot from me



Nope. The planes only fly because punters are willing to fly hundreds of miles on these trips. If there was only one person on every long-haul flight, do you really think airlines would put those flights on? Flights are so ridiculously cheaper than every other form of public transport, because airlines pay no fuel duty on fuel they arrive with (fair enough IMHO), but bilateral agreements between countries currently allows tax exemption of the fuel added to the aircraft. Trains pay tax on every drop of fuel, cars do too, but aircraft don't. It's crazy and it's costly - it was estimated in 2013 that tax breaks to the aviation industry cost EU states 39 BILLION euros (UK: £10 Billion).

Transport emissions have an effect on climate. Changing the world's climate will result in more heatwaves - not everywhere, and maybe not next week, next month, or next year - but the trend is upwards. Temperatures hitting 21C in London and 18C near Aberdeen in Feb is not normal for the UK, nor is France reaching almost 46C earlier this week. Just five weeks ago over 1100 men,women and children died in India as temperatures neared 50C. Those impacts were not cause by aviation alone, far from it, but aircraft emissions have increased 21% within Europe in the last three years, and aircraft passenger numbers (over 4 Billion/year) are predicted to continue increasing.

Airlines agree they must take action to reduce their impact. From Jan 1st 2019 they will finally monitor, verify and report emissions from all international flights. They are also working to make their operations more efficient, and offsetting some of their CO2 emissions. Their target is to reduce net CO2 emissions to half of what they were in 2005, by 2050 - 45 years to get to half the 2005 level - that's not going to be fixed by planting trees.

You don't have to eat quinoa to be concerned about climate change. Nor do you have to wear sackcloth and sandals and stop flying or driving. You just have to be reasonable in considering if there is a downside to that "bargain" trip, sensible enough to know what that means for the planet, and exercise sound judgement in deciding if that trip, at this time, is worth it or not.
Another arbitrary around the world trip to a small number of random cities, with hand luggage only which is of course impossible for such a trip. No one will ever do this, so why the heat.
Good bit of research. I’d pay quite a lot extra to avoid flying with Lion Air, shocking safety record going back years.
bignigglet01/07/2019 11:12

@reindeer333 weird question i know but wehre did you get the image from …@reindeer333 weird question i know but wehre did you get the image from that you loaded? want to do a watercolour of it


@bignigglet Google Ulun Danu Beratan Temple
Way too short a time in these cities/locations. A cheap trip doesn't mean money well spent. With time differences and hand luggage you'll be exhausted and sitting inside a launderette (if you can find one). Good route tho ...
@kelly1987 thank you!
Thank you for posting and for the effort
Mangoon30/06/2019 21:09

Great routing. Good price, but three tonnes of carbon...


Ok, walk then!
bignigglet01/07/2019 11:12

@reindeer333 weird question i know but wehre did you get the image from …@reindeer333 weird question i know but wehre did you get the image from that you loaded? want to do a watercolour of it


google.com/sea…722

Should be one of the first few images although I believe you already may have found the image from the previous response
Good deal, stop listening to all the boring moaners who have nothing better to do. Wish I could book the time off to go on this trip, would be a great experience!
I'm £823 short. I'd love to go.
Clicked on the get deal link but it just takes me to the Skyscanner page. Can't see a deal
Edited by: "Paul_93R" 1st Jul
Jet lag would kill me
clancolin01/07/2019 12:08

Nope. The planes only fly because punters are willing to fly hundreds of …Nope. The planes only fly because punters are willing to fly hundreds of miles on these trips. If there was only one person on every long-haul flight, do you really think airlines would put those flights on? Flights are so ridiculously cheaper than every other form of public transport, because airlines pay no fuel duty on fuel they arrive with (fair enough IMHO), but bilateral agreements between countries currently allows tax exemption of the fuel added to the aircraft. Trains pay tax on every drop of fuel, cars do too, but aircraft don't. It's crazy and it's costly - it was estimated in 2013 that tax breaks to the aviation industry cost EU states 39 BILLION euros (UK: £10 Billion). Transport emissions have an effect on climate. Changing the world's climate will result in more heatwaves - not everywhere, and maybe not next week, next month, or next year - but the trend is upwards. Temperatures hitting 21C in London and 18C near Aberdeen in Feb is not normal for the UK, nor is France reaching almost 46C earlier this week. Just five weeks ago over 1100 men,women and children died in India as temperatures neared 50C. Those impacts were not cause by aviation alone, far from it, but aircraft emissions have increased 21% within Europe in the last three years, and aircraft passenger numbers (over 4 Billion/year) are predicted to continue increasing.Airlines agree they must take action to reduce their impact. From Jan 1st 2019 they will finally monitor, verify and report emissions from all international flights. They are also working to make their operations more efficient, and offsetting some of their CO2 emissions. Their target is to reduce net CO2 emissions to half of what they were in 2005, by 2050 - 45 years to get to half the 2005 level - that's not going to be fixed by planting trees.You don't have to eat quinoa to be concerned about climate change. Nor do you have to wear sackcloth and sandals and stop flying or driving. You just have to be reasonable in considering if there is a downside to that "bargain" trip, sensible enough to know what that means for the planet, and exercise sound judgement in deciding if that trip, at this time, is worth it or not.


Well said ' clancolin'. Agree what you 100%. We are destroying our own home.
Feel for next generation.
Some serious shade been thrown OP's direction! hukd revolution
reindeer33301/07/2019 09:53

Sorry if it comes across this way - it is definitely not my intention to …Sorry if it comes across this way - it is definitely not my intention to mislead people, I guess it just comes down to the individuals interpretation of "trip" on whether a certain person thinks accommodation is included in the price or not. I'll make it clearer in future titles that the price is for flights only.


I wouldn't listen to him. you've done the work and only he thought it was misleading or not a deal. There are plenty of morons out there~ this is definately a deal and a half! HOT
Sorry, but also not a deal from me

Love to vote heat for all the effort, but considering the climate, and also considering: -
* all the transport costs to/from airports;
* along time spend researching and booking hotels / b&bs;
* and only taking along a tiny suitcase (more like a briefcase due to first flight with ryanair) for 5 weeks;
... is simply not a deal considering it will actually end up costing at least a thousand more.

Also not a deal as I don't believe anyone here will actually book this.

Although you could look at it more as an inspiration for the future
Can't see no deal just a link to Skyscanner
clancolin01/07/2019 12:08

Nope. The planes only fly because punters are willing to fly hundreds of …Nope. The planes only fly because punters are willing to fly hundreds of miles on these trips. If there was only one person on every long-haul flight, do you really think airlines would put those flights on? Flights are so ridiculously cheaper than every other form of public transport, because airlines pay no fuel duty on fuel they arrive with (fair enough IMHO), but bilateral agreements between countries currently allows tax exemption of the fuel added to the aircraft. Trains pay tax on every drop of fuel, cars do too, but aircraft don't. It's crazy and it's costly - it was estimated in 2013 that tax breaks to the aviation industry cost EU states 39 BILLION euros (UK: £10 Billion). Transport emissions have an effect on climate. Changing the world's climate will result in more heatwaves - not everywhere, and maybe not next week, next month, or next year - but the trend is upwards. Temperatures hitting 21C in London and 18C near Aberdeen in Feb is not normal for the UK, nor is France reaching almost 46C earlier this week. Just five weeks ago over 1100 men,women and children died in India as temperatures neared 50C. Those impacts were not cause by aviation alone, far from it, but aircraft emissions have increased 21% within Europe in the last three years, and aircraft passenger numbers (over 4 Billion/year) are predicted to continue increasing.Airlines agree they must take action to reduce their impact. From Jan 1st 2019 they will finally monitor, verify and report emissions from all international flights. They are also working to make their operations more efficient, and offsetting some of their CO2 emissions. Their target is to reduce net CO2 emissions to half of what they were in 2005, by 2050 - 45 years to get to half the 2005 level - that's not going to be fixed by planting trees.You don't have to eat quinoa to be concerned about climate change. Nor do you have to wear sackcloth and sandals and stop flying or driving. You just have to be reasonable in considering if there is a downside to that "bargain" trip, sensible enough to know what that means for the planet, and exercise sound judgement in deciding if that trip, at this time, is worth it or not.


Get over it. All London airports are adding runways. You and nobody is ever going to stop that, EVER. Just enjoy yourself and travel wherever your heart desires. This is a great world trip for under a grand.
Let hope a flight out of the many does not get cancelled
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