Cheap Flights . . . or maybe not

Next month my daughter Seona and I are jumping in a big silver bird and heading off to the UK, Ireland, The Netherlands and Italy. I know, it’s a lousy job but somebody has to do it.

Our trip was organised for us by a terrific independent travel consultant named Dorothy. And if you live in Australia and are looking to travel I can really recommend Dorothy. Check her out here. She’s really fantastic and no detail or off-beat trip requirement is too much trouble for her.

Anyway we were going to take the ferry from England to Ireland but due to some changes in our schedule that turned out not to be the best option. Dorothy organised a cheap flight for us instead. Then she sent me this video.

Well I’m glad I didn’t watch it before we organised the flight. I might have had a few nightmares thinking about it.

Take a look and listen. It’s totally hilarious.

Warning though, there’s some bad language in it. But as the frustration of the singers builds it’s completely understandable. And it’s delivered in the wonderful Irish accent and in beautiful taste.

Make sure you stay right to the end. Just when you think it’s over . . . it’s not.

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3 Responses to Cheap Flights . . . or maybe not

  1. Antoinette April 30, 2011 at 8:53 am #

    LOL – That is too funny! We had similar ‘sales’ here, but now the law has changed saying each airfare price must be including everything, from airport tax to… whatever they can charge extra :p No more frustration for the Dutchies (unless we book online with an international company as the law only works for Dutch travel agencies)
    Counting the days Karen!!! :D :D

    • karooch May 1, 2011 at 9:39 am #

      Me too Antoinette. 9 days until we step on the big silver bird. It’s a KLM one too.

  2. Marylin May 1, 2011 at 9:35 am #

    That’s hilarious. And all to sadly close to the truth.