If you are planning to hike to Machu Picchu or just visit this great place by taking a train, you should be familiar with the new rules Peru’s Minister of Culture issued. Some of them went already into effect in July 2017. From the January 1, 2019, the regulation about visiting Machu Picchu was modified. To be exactly, it’s about the resolution No. 216-2018 of the Ministry of Culture and its “Regulation of sustainable use and tourist visit for the conservation of the Llaqta or Inca city of Machu Picchu”. However, I don’t want to bore you with all of the article numbers were modified. Instead, I’d like to show you the modified regulations themselves so you can keep them in mind when you visit Machu Picchu.
Hi folks, check out this deal I found for you. The flight goes from London to Hong Kong nonstop. The only catch: bags are not included but the luggage fee is only £20 extra. Use the opportunity!
FROM: London Heathrow (LHR)
TO: Hong Kong (HKG)
PRICE: £410 (Please note: the price may alter up or down depending on the time you check it)
REGULAR PRICE: £600+
DISCOVERED AT: Momondo (Klick on the link or on the screenshot to go to the search result at Momondo)
DATES ELIGIBLE: Generally in September 2019 to January 2020. Please note: the screenshot might contain dates which are just a sample so you need to amend it to your preferred date
AIRLINE(S): British Airways
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Nonstop flight, Luggage fee: about £20 extra.
Aperture is one of those variables beginners usually tend to use in the same way: if they want to have a portrait, they tend to open the aperture as wide as possible (f/1.8 or even f/1.4) to make the background as shallow as possible. On the other hand, in landscape photography, they tend to close the aperture as much as possible (up to f/22) to get the most depth of field as they can. But the truth is that the issue about the aperture is not simple like that, and there are better ways to achieve desired results. That’s why I’d like to discuss a bit about what aperture to use, depending on the situation.
Attention, folks. This is obviously an error fare I discovered, and if you wanted to fly to Kenya, this is your chance to get a very cheap flight. But as this is an error fare, please check my blog post about how to book error fare flights.
Update at March 6th, 2019: as expected, this error fare was detected by the flight company relatively soon and was corrected. When you click on the screenshot you will find now a much higher price.
FROM: New York (JFK)
TO: Eldoret (EDL)
PRICE: $377 (Please note: the price may change pretty fast as this is an error fare (obviously) )
REGULAR PRICE: $1100+
DISCOVERED AT: Kayak (Klick on the link or on the screenshot to go to the search result at Priceline)
DATES ELIGIBLE: In May. Please note: as a possible error fare, you could see a complete different price when you click on the screenshot. I keep my fingers crossed for you!
AIRLINE(S): Kenya Airways
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: No bag fees
Want to visit the famous German Oktoberfest in Munich? Then check out this deal, folks. But be quick, as this fare will not last for a long time!
FROM: Chicago (ORD)
TO: Munich (MUC)
PRICE: $479 (Please note: the price may alter up or down depending on the time you check it)
REGULAR PRICE: $1000+ for flights to Munich during the Oktoberfest
DISCOVERED AT: Momondo (Klick on the link or on the screenshot to go to the search result at Priceline)
DATES ELIGIBLE: Generally in Septembe. Please note: the screenshot might contain dates which are just a sample so you need to amend it to your preferred date
AIRLINE(S): TAP AIR PORTUGAL
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: 1 Stop in Lissabon, luggage might not be included, it depends on the time you check this deal. But nevertheless, it’s a less expensive flight as usual. So don’t lose your time!