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How To Pick A Vacation Destination

Some of you that follow the travel jaunts of The Flight Attendant Life may see no rhyme or reason to the places that I choose to visit, or the order that I choose to visit them.  Vietnam as my first

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The Ideal Breakfast

Consuming a nutritious breakfast while traveling can be challenging.  With schedule concerns and the time constraints associated with air travel, creative planning can help alleviate stress and provide

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Why Iceland?

From a destination that is so overpopulated to the most sparsely populated country in Europe, Iceland is in striking opposition to the character and personality of Southern California.  The varied and

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The Runaway

Have you ever been at funeral and the mood is serious and heart wrenching, and just at the most reverent moment, you were irreverently struck with the giggles or a coughing attack, turning you into the

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Novice Travel Mistakes

I’m standing on this mountain, the mud from the trail, or non-trail (it’s sketchy path), more on me than under my feet.  I pull my camera from my rain pants to video the silly insanity that

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Why Travel Alone

Is it weird that I am enchantedly mesmerized by airport departure boards, dreamily staring at the possibilities?  Or would you consider it a waste of time that it takes me two hours to clean my room

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Hello Jet Lag: Traveling International & Dealing with Jet-Lag

Today, I feel fuzzy.  Droopy eyelids.  Low energy.  I want to do nothing.  Formulating coherent thoughts is extra challenging right now. Hello Jet Lag! A handful of naps, movies, and snacks later, I

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How To Get Along With People

The more people you rub shoulders with, the more opportunities you have to make friends…or enemies.  Being a flight attendant requires of me to spend quite a few hours in a claustrophobic space,

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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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Can You Trust Yelp Or TripAdvisor?

Gone are the days of toting four guidebooks, weighing down your backpack, making yourself loathe those in-between hostel days, those days that make your back ache and muscles strain under an all too

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