Category Archives for Aviation Travel

Who Is On Mount Rushmore?

I spent a day in South Dakota.  It was ridiculous flying into Rapid City, but worth the hassle.  Denver airport and I were about to become really good friends, as when I landed, I realized, I couldn’t

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A Blink Into Life Without Sight

The sing-song of chimes startled me awake. I rolled over, attempting to focus on the neon numbers shining from my iPod player. 3:15am. Ouch. Pulling myself out of bed, I walked over to my desk, and opened

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Kutná Hora and The Bone Chapel

Have you ever been somewhere, and all that you could think was, “This. Is. Just. Weird.”  That was pretty much the train of thoughts my mind halted on when I visited the bizarre Bone Chapel

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Trust, Hope, & Haiti: Thoughts On Haiti Post Earthquake

(I wrote this May 2010, after I came back from a week in Haiti) I went to Haiti last week. My flight attendant benefits and fairly flexible schedule allowed me the opportunity to join my uncle, along with

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The Room Of The Upside-Down: An Interesting Introduction To Budapest Ruin Pubs

You realize just how small the world really is when you fly over oceans, cross continents, and jump on trains, chugging through countries, only to meet someone who lives down the street and frequents your

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Carnival In Venice

February is typically the month of Carnival, the festive celebration that takes place immediately before Lent.  Carnival happens in various forms all around the world, from the debauchery of New Orleans  Mardi

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The Flight Attendant Life Travels: A Week In Spain

“A Perfect Shot” Absent minded and attention scattered, I sat on my bed, computer in front of me, a cup of tea in my left hand, and reached for my camera with my right.  I thought that it

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The Magic Of Barcelona In January

I’m in Barcelona, a destination that I had only considered for a summer holiday, but thanks to the advice of a friend that “Barcelona is nice anytime of year,” I switched my sights from

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Escapades in Europe: “Taxi Cab Confessions”

Fairytales are those stories that seem nice, but don’t actually happen.  Only at Disneyland. Only in the movies.  Reality states that it’s just unlikely that all turns out right in the end. 

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Escapades in Europe: “Do You Have Wi-Fi?”

Two flight attendants travel to Croatia on holiday, before Airbnb existed and when it was normal to rent rooms to strangers.

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