Countries Visited (not including Turnarounds): Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Brazil, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Ghana, Great Britain, Greece, Iceland, India, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Latvia, Libya, Lithuania, Malaysia, Malta, Mauritius, Moldova, Monaco, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, North Korea, Philippines, Romania, Russia, Singapore, Senegal, Serbia, Seychelles, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland, Tanzania, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, United Arab Emirates, United States, Vatican City
London | Perth | Sydney | Melbourne
Seatguru - Most Comfy Seats On Any Airline
pprune.org - Pilot's rumour network
Kangaroo with a Sweet Tooth
Kronicles of Kris
The Adventures of Alle Malice
Joel's trek across Asia/Europe in a Hilux
Phil's Wine Site
I Can Has Cheezburger
The Flying Pinto
Girl on Raw
Things Bogans Like
Bobby at Up, Up and a Gay
Straight Guy in the Queer Skies
Skin by Falter
Thursday, October 26, 2006Hello everyone, I hope you're all doing well. There's not much to report from my end of the globe unfortunately, aside from having done another Perth.
The flight itself was very pleasent. The flight there was packed to the brim, people were very lucky to get two seats to themselves. (I know that a lot of travellers think this is a god given right - to score two seats whilst only paying for one). On the way back it was quite empty, and there were a few comments from passengers - "I didn't know this was a nursery!" - regarding the number of kids on board. There was a woman travelling by herself who had 3 very small kids and one on the way, and at one point all the Economy crew had a child in their arms to mind while the parent was in the loo.
In Perth I didn't get up to much, just my fair share of grocery shopping. (Brett, who's went to my high school and works at the crew hotel, was even shocked at how many boxes of Cheezels I came back with). I also went and spent some time with mum, saw her eating lunch and what not. One of her Thai friends she used to see in temple is at the same hospital, so she speaks Thai to her which is good, but she kept on speaking Thai to me, and it took a while for her to register that I only speak English.
Unfortunately, I don't have any photos. I would like to take some, just to have a record on the blog as to what I'm missing back home. Oh well.
I'll be back on Saturday, and I hope all of you stay well in the meantime. I also hope I get to see more of you guys this time around :-) 1 comments