Three hours delay and that’s okay (February 26, 2006, 0) - The US Airways commuter flight to Toronto is over three hours delayed.
That’s okay, because you can just _hear_ the smile in the announcer’s
voice. You know he’s having fun!
Heard on the P.A. system:
“If you’re going to Detroit or Toronto, please don’t come down yet, or
we’ll send you to a destination of our own choosing.”
“Once again, the
At the terminal (February 14, 2007, 0) - My 6:30 AM flight to New York got cancelled because of the snow. I’ve
been rebooked onto the next available flight at 3:15 PM. I don’t mind
spending a day in the airport terminal, and it would be even better if
I can find myself a conveniently-placed power outlet to plug into…
AHA! What do you know: one right
Recovering from jet lag (January 20, 2010, 2) - Between moving my cat 13,000km and finalizing my permanent residency, that was the most stressed out flight I’d ever taken.
It’s four days after the flight and I’m still tired. A nasty cold snuck in while my immune system was weak, I guess. W- has been taking good care of me.
I’ve got some errands to do
Almost a permanent resident! Decisions, decisions… (October 21, 2009, 0) - It’s a good thing I checked the status of my permanent residency application online, as the request for my passport had slipped through the cracks of my e-mail. (Must’ve looked spammy.) So I’m in the final stages of my application, hooray! Now I need to send my passport to the Buffalo consulate so that they
Three tips for long flights (March 26, 2008, 6) - Flying to the other side of the world means almost a full day in transit. Here are three tips to help you get through your next long flight:
Drink plenty of water. It’s easy to forget to drink water on a plane. I usually ask the flight attendants for two glasses of water. This has the