Monthly Archives: June 2014

How to clean an airplane window

I know you always wondered how they clean airplane windows, so i wanted to show how they seem to wash the cockpit windows, at least in this airport 🙂 Risky job, isn’t?

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Flytiquette #2: respect the cabin crew

After making sure I take a shower before I travel, my second most important flytiquette rule is: “Under all circumstances, respect the cabin crew, pay attention to their instructions and thank them for their help” I have traveled to every … Continue reading

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How much time do you need between connections?

The answer to this question is as evasive and elusive as the answers to questions like “What is the meaning of life?” or “Why bacon is so tasty?”, but I will make an effort to offer some clues you can … Continue reading

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What It feels like to visit Slovakia for the First Time – Commented version

It’s being a while since I write something about the place I live, Slovakia, and recently I found an article that motivated me to do so: The author nails it a couple of times, and some other times is … Continue reading

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Best airport to spend a long layover

Today i saw that has published an article about the 10 best airports to spend a long layover. I know most of those airports, and some of them actually surprise me, like JFK, an airport I definitely don’t like, … Continue reading

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Tasty “up in the air” chocolate footballs by Lufthansa

Lufthansa, the German flagship airline, had prepared a special set of chocolates, customized for the upcoming World Cup: They tried to make it look like a football but well… At least, it tasted quite good 🙂

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Delayed at Athens International Airport

Athens International Airport (ATH) isn’t a bad airport. It looks relatively modern from the outside, there are plenty of shops, and it’s not that far from the city (even though taxis from and to the airport are quite expensive). The … Continue reading

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