So the whole reason I got to see my friends up north was that I needed to visit my work team in NYC.
We get in to JFK late in the evening. Observations: Continue reading “And home again”
(But we won’t actually see Rome, because we’re running from port to airport for our flight.)
We get off the ship without a hitch. We meet our airport transport, no issues. We arrive early to the airport, and stand in the TAP line.
And there is a problem. Continue reading “Disembark in Rome and Onward. Maybe.”
Welcome to what I hope, going in, will be the low point of the trip. 😄
(Narrator voiceover: it wouldn’t be.)
I remember midday to check in for my morning flight, and that’s when I discover my flight has changed. Gee AA, maybe I’d have wanted to know that?
But actually, the later flight, in this case, will mean smoother, less traffic-heavy airport trips (thanks Dad). It will also mean my ridiculous layover in JFK will be … every so slightly shorter. No, still ridiculous. But no time stress is a good thing.
I stick around the airport once I am dropped off, although I have all this time – I would rather settle in and know I’m where I need to be than be stressed later trying to get back on time. There’s free WiFi, in 3 hour intervals. Even after G leaves, I’m there long enough that I need to renew that twice. Continue reading “The Long Trip Home”
I set up my flights with Princess EZ-Air. I didn’t want to be worried about flights. My local airport is great if you’re flying domestically but it’s lacking options for international carriers. I could fly out of a different airport but that’s a bit of a logistical issue in the coming and going. Continue reading “Trek to Singapore & Sail Away”
My first trip to Asia came via a cruise over the Christmas holidays, courtesy of Princess Cruise Line.
Getting there would take 30+ hours, however, with connections through New York and
South Korea Dubai, Continue reading “First post of the year, for first visit to Asia”