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Round the World Trip (London Stn / Berlin / Singapore / Thailand / Osaka / Hawaii / Los Angeles / Barcelona / Majorca) £748 @ Various
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Round the World Trip (London Stn / Berlin / Singapore / Thailand / Osaka / Hawaii / Los Angeles / Barcelona / Majorca) £748 @ Various

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Posted 21st Jun
October departure (no room in title). This looks amazing If you would prefer slightly less or more time in a certain destination feel free to edit the dates, just be aware that the total price is likely to change. Hand luggage only. Credit to Fly4Free for some of these flights.


Sample reservations:

London - Berlin (23rd October) - £17.99

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Berlin – Singapore (27th October) - £167
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Singapore – Bangkok (30th October) - £41
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Bangkok – Osaka (4th November) - £71
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Osaka – Honolulu (12th November) - £96
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Honolulu – Los Angeles (20th November) - £185
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Los Angeles – Barcelona (27th November) - £134
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Barcelona – Palma (30th November) - £16
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Palma – London (4th December) - £20
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smckirdy21/06/2019 20:45

As a feat of doing a deal and then some I am impressed, but a round the …As a feat of doing a deal and then some I am impressed, but a round the world trip on handluggage is perhaps a bit too far.


I travelled for 2 years on 7kg - with perseverance (and a lot of washing) it can be done!
As a feat of doing a deal and then some I am impressed, but a round the world trip on handluggage is perhaps a bit too far.
shaz280622/06/2019 00:38

Around the world but only hand luggage allowed?


If you are capable of going around the world then you’re capable of doing your own laundry.
stuartc7422/06/2019 09:58

Yes it can be done with hand luggage only but it's a lot of hassle and if …Yes it can be done with hand luggage only but it's a lot of hassle and if you like proper hiking or mountain biking you will have no gear to use so you will miss out on many activities.


I prefer travelling as light as possible , gear can be rented easily and luggage tends to become a hassle after a while . The money you save on checking in luggage can therefore be used to rent gear if you want to do these activities .
Edited by: "stevesmith0123" 22nd Jun
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Wow! Looks amazing!
Wow
As a feat of doing a deal and then some I am impressed, but a round the world trip on handluggage is perhaps a bit too far.
With that lot of carriers, I'd arrange some decent comprehensive insurance cover if I were you!
I make that 8.7 tonnes of CO2.
Can anyone send me a direct link to this? My phone kens I'm In Scotland so it's not playing ball. Kx
marty-40121/06/2019 21:23

I make that 8.7 tonnes of CO2.


You can always pay to offset it
Around the world but only hand luggage allowed?
smckirdy21/06/2019 20:45

As a feat of doing a deal and then some I am impressed, but a round the …As a feat of doing a deal and then some I am impressed, but a round the world trip on handluggage is perhaps a bit too far.


I travelled for 2 years on 7kg - with perseverance (and a lot of washing) it can be done!
shaz280622/06/2019 00:38

Around the world but only hand luggage allowed?


If you are capable of going around the world then you’re capable of doing your own laundry.
Yes it can be done with hand luggage only but it's a lot of hassle and if you like proper hiking or mountain biking you will have no gear to use so you will miss out on many activities.
Edited by: "stuartc74" 22nd Jun
shaz280622/06/2019 00:38

Around the world but only hand luggage allowed?


Most 5 star hotels have all the amenities you need.
stuartc7422/06/2019 09:58

Yes it can be done with hand luggage only but it's a lot of hassle and if …Yes it can be done with hand luggage only but it's a lot of hassle and if you like proper hiking or mountain biking you will have no gear to use so you will miss out on many activities.


I prefer travelling as light as possible , gear can be rented easily and luggage tends to become a hassle after a while . The money you save on checking in luggage can therefore be used to rent gear if you want to do these activities .
Edited by: "stevesmith0123" 22nd Jun
smokedog22/06/2019 12:23

Most 5 star hotels have all the amenities you need.


I have a feeling that those use Ryanair to get around won't be staying in any 5* hotels.
Love this !!!
Kudos just for the effort in sorting the agenda
Chloe_Harvey22/06/2019 07:43

I travelled for 2 years on 7kg - with perseverance (and a lot of washing) …I travelled for 2 years on 7kg - with perseverance (and a lot of washing) it can be done!


Totally agree, though you will need to pay for luggage on the Ryanair flights unless you are super light on your baggage, as they only include the under the seat bag. I normally pay for the 10kg checked bag to allow for liquids/penknife and it is the same price as the 10kg carry on bag. I really like the new Ryanair baggage rules that allow a low price checked bag. It also allows you to board at the very end without worrying about to find a place to stow your carryon.

Not sure I would enjoy 11-12 hours on board Scoot, remember not enjoying my one overnight Scoot flight.
stevesmith012322/06/2019 12:36

I prefer travelling as light as possible , gear can be rented easily and …I prefer travelling as light as possible , gear can be rented easily and luggage tends to become a hassle after a while . The money you save on checking in luggage can therefore be used to rent gear if you want to do these activities .


If you are into serious mountain biking or hiking then you need your own gear. Hiring is only good for light cycles, walks etc. Even when I go up mountains in Scotland I have at least 12kg of equipment with me.
Edited by: "stuartc74" 22nd Jun
Great find!
kitster187421/06/2019 23:10

Can anyone send me a direct link to this? My phone kens I'm In Scotland …Can anyone send me a direct link to this? My phone kens I'm In Scotland so it's not playing ball. Kx


Are you serious?
marty-40121/06/2019 21:23

I make that 8.7 tonnes of CO2.


Don't the planes go anyway even if you are not on it?
Zedmeister23/06/2019 08:34

Don't the planes go anyway even if you are not on it?


Yep. Airlines should pay the carbon offset on any empty seats.
stevesmith012322/06/2019 12:36

I prefer travelling as light as possible , gear can be rented easily and …I prefer travelling as light as possible , gear can be rented easily and luggage tends to become a hassle after a while . The money you save on checking in luggage can therefore be used to rent gear if you want to do these activities .



You dont get a lot in your checked bag these days, for me and to be fair I'm 2m tall its maybe two days of clothes and electronics. Thats a bit too far in terms fo being able to rent things, what are you going to do rent suits for going out for dinner or swimwear for the pool? Some of these places are pretty equatorial, but Japan at least will need modest cold weather clothing and as a European that's not the easiest to find in Japan nor cheap.
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