Some travel mysteries, you’re happy to solve. Which Turkish islands to visit. How many extra days to stay on the Riviera Maya. The number of T-shirts you can squeeze into a carry-on.
Others leave you befuddled. Like how to get from Seattle to Jakarta or Boston to Bologna without spending 4,000 hours on twelve planes.
Vayama just launched to solve such international travel problems. They have access to routes and fares that have never before been listed online, and you can even book that low-fare Irish airline whose name you can never remember.
The site is a lot cuter than the mega travel sites you usually use. There’s an interactive map if you’d rather click to and from your destination — or just brush up on west African geography.
Should you feel inspired to play vacation roulette, a deals section will search by desired class, departure city, and date. Right now you can get from Seattle to Tokyo for $590 or from Boston to Prague for $358.
So you’re left with only one conundrum:
How to negotiate an extra two weeks off.
Available online at vayama.com.