Delta Edmonton Centre Suite Hotel
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... on your million hours without a shower, if possible a sterile kit (clean needles) to take with you in case of emergency - dont trust that some of the hospitals will have clean needles
-In both Vietnam and India (and Im sure this applies to many countries) - toilet paper is a luxery item - assume 95% of places DONT have it so carry it with you at all times..
-in countries where there are a lot of weird bugs, don't be afraid of geckos in your ...
... in the new terminal the lounges are in different areas...so you kind of need to know. AC has a new lounge....they are bragging about so I decided to head there. The check in girl warned me thought that there is nothing in the new terminal except one coffee shop after the lobby....I decided what the heck....found the lounge....after a long walk again, and it was pretty nice inside and deemed worthy of parking it.
So the ...
... watering food, the pristine beaches, the immaculate temples, and the endless amount of possibilities. Life is grand! Thank you to all of our friends for their guidance, inspiration, and recommendations thus far. It made the decision to buy a plane ticket that much easier! Keep checking back for our blog updates! DuuLae TuaAeng Dee Dee Na Ka! (Take Care!) - ...
... the engines roar on take off. But, with all the glamour and science magic of air travel, there are a few things after 30 flights that i have come to despise about air travel.
1. Airline security... after becoming red flagged in China for having a lighter, then some matches and finally 2 spare batteries beside each other (gasp). You come to realize, most airport security agencies really have no idea what they are truly looking for or are even worried about. Also getting my bag ...
... that we were on a "Piccadilly line train with service to Cockfosters," or the rush of warm wind funnelled up a long escalator shaft; the intersecting, colour-coded lines of the Tube maps and the evocative names of the stops--Oxford Circus, High Street Kensington, Regent's Park, Marble Arch--that are no longer just names on a map but places tied to memories tied to feelings. (I really loved taking the Underground--can you tell?)
And there are other things ...