Do you like flying?
Posted 08 April 2011 - 09:30 PM
and the second time was in 2003 to london. which doesnt even take u an hour.
so idont have any stories to share
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Posted 16 April 2011 - 10:29 PM
My mother has never been on a plane, and won't go on one anytime soon (after 9/11 that kind of tanked ever going on a plane for her, being that our family is from New York City). I have never been on a plane and I really do want to travel abroad in the coming years, so I'm sure it will be quite a fear that I will have to get over sometime soon. Kinda scared, just because of my mom and stuff .
My prefered method of travel (since I don't have a car, and I don't really like traveling by cars to be honest with you. Too small [unless it's an SUV ]) is by train. I don't like buses--they're a sort of pain in the arse for long distance trips. And, I also travel by my bicycle. Haven't gotten toooo far. But, longest trip on that has been 23 miles (or 37 kilometres), which took a little over two hours. Yeaaah.
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Posted 17 April 2011 - 01:31 PM
Perhaps you could book yourself a short flight to somewhere, about 1 hour, to see if you can take to it. I'm sure you will get used to it, and wonder what all the fuss was about.
Posted 17 April 2011 - 09:18 PM
Posted 19 April 2011 - 04:17 PM
When i was flying to Prague it was a bit windy and when the plane tried to land, it went down really abruptly and it couldn't land properly and we kept feeling all those shakings. I felt something like a push in my chest and i really wanted to throw up haha. It was nothing really but we all ended clapping when it landed Made me feel like i was in some kind of a movie haha
Posted 22 April 2011 - 01:13 AM
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Posted 11 May 2011 - 10:11 AM
But in general I love flying except the ear pressure part! and I don't know why but I love the meals they serve it's always good
Also I love traveling by car if there was good company with you
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Posted 11 May 2011 - 11:20 AM
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Posted 12 May 2011 - 05:17 PM
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Posted 13 May 2011 - 08:15 PM
Last year when i was flying to Sardinia i happened to be seated next to Gianfranco Zola (ex-football legend), i got his autograph .
Posted 27 May 2011 - 02:18 AM
I love flying very much. Also the turbulence and stuff. Once over the Atlantic I was waiting infront of the restrooms, the next thing I know I was in mid air. And then I fell on the ground again. That was fun but also a little scary. But lately I had a bit panic, especially when turbulences started..strange. And I always sit on the aisle. I don't like sitting at the window.
Some people are scared of airplanes, some aren't... I love them What do you do to keep interested? Read, watch a movie, draw, sleep? What's the longest time you've been on one?
And what's your favourite way to travel? I also like boats.
Well I usually try to sleep, watch movies or listen to music. And the longest time would be 13 hours maybe.
My favorite way to travel? Well thats flying. I also like boats/ships.
Edited by I am Not Purple, 27 May 2011 - 02:19 AM.
Posted 07 June 2011 - 02:06 PM
I love flying, but I hate jetlagg!!!!
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Posted 19 July 2011 - 03:12 PM
I just came home from Israel. The way our tickets worked out I had to take 3 different flights!!!!!! It's sucked, but i so love air Canada now!!! Lol
I love flying, but I hate jetlagg!!!!
Haha you just gotta time your sleep pattern right. Luckily for me my arrivals were usually at night and I would go straight to sleep immediately since I don't sleep much on the plane.
Just got stateside last night actually and here's how my itinerary went:
-20min flight from Tacloban, Philippines (my hometown) to Cebu, Philippines
-7 hours in Cebu spent eating dinner with my relatives there
-4 hour flight from Cebu to Seoul (Incehon) Intl. in South Korea
-14 hour layover in South Korea
-11 hour flight from Seoul (Incheon) to Seattle, USA
-5 hour layover in Seattle
-4 hour flight back to Dallas
I literally was travelling for almost 2 days straight. And since the US is behind, I arrived here 3 days after I left the Philippines lol
Within a course of 4 weeks I flew on 12 different flights. Loved it. Don't ask me why but I love flying and going to airports.
Seoul (Incheon) Intl. is now one of my favourite airports to go to! Soooooo clean and contemporary; easy to navigate and not to mention all the duty free shops and restaurants available. Surprisingly the prices there weren't all that expensive compared to prices in US airports; like for coffee and food as well as retail shops. While walking around, I saw a group in traditional Korean attire just walking through the terminal, apparently there're from this Korean Culture shop in the airport that's more like an info/activity place rather than a shop. In any case the airport was comfortable and not as hectic as lets say LAX.
I've never heard of Asiana Airlines before but I looooove them now. On time, great service, they fly through Seoul lol, the flight attendants have genuine smiles (which goes a long way to me) and very helpful ... not to mention they're really cute . I am definitely flying through them again. Which reminds me, I'm going to plan another trip back home in a few months now haha. My other cousin's wedding is in December and I told her I was going to make it.
Quick question: Why is it that duty free/airport retail shop prices are all in USD?
Edited by sirbenedictvs, 19 July 2011 - 03:20 PM.
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