Legendary… Lavish… Alluring… Luxurious. These are only some of the adjectives to describe this world-famous playground called Atlantis Resort in the Bahamas. Add another one: super-duper-expensive, and the picture is complete. Well, not quite…
This “super-expensive” part of the description did not sit well with the author, so he embarked on a journey of his own: to find the budget-friendly way in. This 7000-word book is the result of his journey. His conclusion: traveling to Atlantis can be done cheaply. Moreover, it can be done for free, or let’s say with negligible expenses if you have a good credit history and are willing to apply just a little effort.
Fly Me to Atlantis is as “conceptual” as a TV set-up manual, meaning it’s not, as it tells you precisely and in every conceivable detail how to achieve your goal. While this method is extremely easy, the author still offers free personalized advice if the reader hits a hurdle along the way. The book also contains valuable tips on saving money at the Atlantis resort.
Fly Me to Atlantis is a second book in The Lazy Traveler’s Handbook series.
Other books in the series:
1. The Lazy Traveler’s Handbook: Use Frequent Flyer Miles to Travel the World FOR FREE
2. The Lazy Traveler’s Handbook: Hilton Secrets Revealed
In his series Lazy Traveler’s Handbook, Andy Shuman takes the reader through an easy-to-understand method of accruing frequent flier miles and points in hotel loyalty programs. The method is completely free and the book never tries to sell the reader any other services. All it takes to fly for free and vacation in some of the most popular and luxurious places in the world is an understanding of how credit card sign-up bonuses work, how to get them, and how to manipulate miles and points between the various reward programs.
The author has been traveling for free for almost a decade, and uses the method outlined in this book himself. Before he found this system, he still traveled the world on the cheap, though using less effective ways to save money. The author knows how to play the miles’n’points game, and he keeps nothing back from the reader.