On my recent Air New Zealand flight from Los Angeles to London Heathrow, passengers stopped to take photos of the plane before boarding.
At first I thought someone famous was boarding my flight, then I noticed the unusual artwork, on the plane which explained why passengers went wild with their cameras.
Even the restrooms on the Boeing 777 had wallpaper (I’m talking coach) made to look like you were sitting in a library. Books shelves with photos of book spines surrounded you.
The flight lasted 10 and a half hours and I managed to sleep for four.
My friend Maggie, met me at Heathrow for lunch. I met Maggie at Chris Guillebeau’s first conference in Portland, and we have remained friends since then.
My flight landed at Terminal 1, and in order to transfer to Terminal 5, we caught the underground.
After a few hours I caught a British Airways flight to Copenhagen. Imagine a hot dog stand while you wait for your luggage. They have this at Copenhagen airport.
I shall be in Paris on May 16th to announce the winner of the May “My Gutsy Story®,” and since we are taking a break from the “My Gutsy Story®” series in May, I hope all of you will submit your own “My Gutsy Story®.”
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