Travel news - from stripping passengers to punching gate agents. Further proof people are getting weirder.
Backcountry coffee? We live in an incredible time!
That is unfathomable to me, as I sit in an affluent U.S, neighborhood with access to good health care.
Today has been a day of writing. Nothing but writing. Writing proposals, program recommendations, client communications, storyboard feedback, emails, and even an...
...and sued because of emotional trauma triggered by the smell (I know I would rather be delayed than trapped in a metal tube that smelled like the Port Authority circa 1986).
This poor person is relegated to sardining* between two people, keeping his/her eyes front and manuevering with all the reach of a T-Rex.
If you are heading to London via British Airways over the next 3 weeks, you may want to determine the impact this may have on your plans.
...and 3 inches of wiggle room DOES NOT allow for my preferred northern European personal space bubble. That means, that in addition to "rubbing shoulders" with my seatmate, I will likely be pressing thighs, too (hello, sailor!)
Planning a trip is exciting and taking the trip is exciting. Going back into daily life cold turkey is NOT exciting.
Travel safety in turbulent times.