Paradise Can’t Wait: Curaçao Immigration

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Picture this: sleepless, red-eye flight followed by a 3 hour layover and then another 2 hour flight. Tired, in need of a shower, some food and most importantly in need of a beach.  You land in Curaçao, your island paradise for the next week, and you can already feel the sand in your toes and a fruity, tropical drink… Read More

Thoughts on Kid-Free Rows on Flights

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I recently read a Conde Nast Traveler article about another airline adding a kid-free zone on their flights.  IndieGo Airlines, based in India, is the latest company to make this offer.  Although I do like kids (truly I do), as a childless adult, I did a quick, silent cheer in my head when I read this headline… Read More

Sometimes It’s the Little Things

Posted in Airports| Travel
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I’ve owned up to a number of faults on this blog: I can be quite shy, I’m terrified of cockroaches, I over pack, I love maps but I’m horrible with directions, I let a visa come between me and the World Cup.  I’ll stop myself there. Well, here’s another one…I’m terrible with names.  I think I’ve… Read More

Why I Didn’t Love The World’s # 1 Airport

Posted in Airports| Singapore
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There were many different inspirations for my trip to Singapore earlier this year. Probably the most obvious reason, to check out the Formula 1 races. Then there was the chance to experience a new country. Even though I am guilty of being a serial traveler (I’ve completely lost count of how many times I’ve visited London… Read More

Out of the Dungeon: At Houston Intercontinental Airport

Posted in Airports| USA
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After a few recent layovers at Houston Intercontinental Airport and I realize I have to give that airport kudos.  Normally if you’re catching a flight on a small regional airline, your find yourself leaving the bright and bustling area of the main terminal and trudging down to the dimly lit, low ceiling’d dungeon of the airport… Read More

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