I land in Frankfurt at 2:30. My flight to Cairo doesn’t leave until 7. The first coffee shop I pass has too long of a line. I keep walking and order at the next one. The barista is young and good-looking, and … Continue reading
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The more I travel, the more I reinforce my belief that people are inherently stupid. I spend the vast majority of my time in airports, and the vast majority of that airport appreciation time is spent responding to brilliant observations … Continue reading
I’m not a person who travels with specific plans. The sooner you learn that about me, the better. Since I fly on a standby basis, I am never 100% certain that I will make it to my intended destination on … Continue reading
Se Vende Buen Vino. Words to live by.
It started out as such a simple plan. My friend, Barb, and I were going to fly to Boston for the Brewers/Red Sox series at Fenway Park. She had never been there, and I had only been to the park … Continue reading
I would like to talk to you about a serious problem plaguing the non-revenue standby lifestyle. It’s called the weight restriction. There are many reasons why a particular flight can be weight restricted, but none of them matter when you … Continue reading