Upon discovering his ripe cantaloupe paired with an unripened screw, sinanju did what any slightly troubled passenger might do. But it soon became clear that the screw up would lead to the reveal of the true crime.
Monthly Archives for June 2014.
The #CarryonShame movement has gone viral. Which is a shame because it’s taking deserved focus away from #GateLice.
We all want good walking shoes. Shoes that don’t bring us to our knees on our first full day walking around New York City, Rome, Paris, Hong Kong or wherever your travels might take you. But an entire thread on the topic?
We often take flight for granted. The annoyances and aggravation of air travel frequently outweigh the amazement of it all. Maybe that’s because we are typically flying at 35,000 feet instead of 3,500 feet.
It seems on a British Airways flight a few months back a passenger was so enjoying traveling with her 1-yr-old child that she decided right then and there to double the fun and give birth to a second offspring. This unusual situation has led to some very interesting questions and discussion.
Most have heard the news about United’s announced changes to the MileagePlus program. But did you hear about United’s shareholder meeting? A meeting that lasted only 15 minutes total.
In this 24-hour-news-cycle world there are no shortage of theoretical events of which you should be terrified at the very prospect. So, it’s surprising that we haven’t heard more about the EXTREME LIKELIHOOD OF CATCHING THE LAST DISEASE YOU WILL EVER CATCH ON YOUR NEXT FLIGHT!
A lot of very frequent flyers rely on ITA Matrix to research air fares and plan out less obvious routes that can save hundreds of dollars. Ask an airline representative about a fare you discovered on ITA though and the rep might deny the existence of the fare, and ITA, entirely.
This weekend I would like to draw your attention to another trip report featuring photography that is simply awe inspiring. The subject of the report is Alaska and the author of the report, Quasiconvexity, focuses his lens toward some of the most stunning scenery you will see anywhere.
Probably the most popular and famous of Seattle’s tourist attractions, the Pike Public Market is something you are likely going to plan a visit to if you are going to be in the Emerald City. But what should you see if time is limited?