For Laid Off Bankers and the Rest of Us: 'Holidays that won't break the bank'

Rather than rush into the next job, assignment or client's assignment taking a week or two off to clear your head might be the best idea you might come up with.

The cash flow position is not what it used to be.
Here comes, Benji Lanyado, The Guardian's budget travel expert with Holidays that won't break the bank from Cape Verde and Mexico to Tunisia which the tour operator quoted in the piece Aspects of Tunisia calls the best bargain on the Mediterranean.
OK the prices are for UK travelers.
It might still give you some ideas beyond the usual suspects.

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