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Sunday, May 23, 2004

Just got back into town from our honeymoon. Very relaxed, but zapped from the plane ride.

ADVICE: Don't fly Garuda Indonesia. The service is poor and they just about knocked us out turning off the air. From what I could tell a lot of people were feeling bad by the end of the flight.

Bali was good. Not a lot of tourists. I guess they just bumped up the travel warning for Bali while we were there.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

OK, I'm posting anonymously - but it's me. I just couldn't restrain myself from using this new comments posting thing. You don't have to have a username or password. You can just post anonymously (like I'm doing now) - but let me know somehow who you are, if you don't want to leave your name out in the internet.

So, I did some more looking into airlines cost-saving by cutting air at high altitudes. They just recirculate it - a lot - and it makes for some unbreathable stuff. If you ever feel like they're not giving you enough air, talk to the flight attendants (the head flight attendant would be best) and tell them to turn on the air packets. Some airlines have a policy where they have to turn on the packets if you ask for them.

I was in a situation where the flight attendants were mean and surly, so I was kinda intimidated - and I'd been worn down by a week of poor and difficult communication, so I had no faith that saying anything would make a difference.

I'd ordered a whiskey sour the day before and got some sort of Laksa in a highball. Yikes.

Anonymous said...

OK, I'm posting anonymously - but it's me. I just couldn't restrain myself from using this new comments posting thing. You don't have to have a username or password. You can just post anonymously (like I'm doing now) - but let me know somehow who you are, if you don't want to leave your name out in the internet.

So, I did some more looking into airlines cost-saving by cutting air at high altitudes. They just recirculate it - a lot - and it makes for some unbreathable stuff. If you ever feel like they're not giving you enough air, talk to the flight attendants (the head flight attendant would be best) and tell them to turn on the air packets. Some airlines have a policy where they have to turn on the packets if you ask for them.

I was in a situation where the flight attendants were mean and surly, so I was kinda intimidated - and I'd been worn down by a week of poor and difficult communication, so I had no faith that saying anything would make a difference.

I'd ordered a whiskey sour the day before and got some sort of Laksa in a highball. Yikes.

Anonymous said...

OK, I'm posting anonymously - but it's me. I just couldn't restrain myself from using this new comments posting thing. You don't have to have a username or password. You can just post anonymously (like I'm doing now) - but let me know somehow who you are, if you don't want to leave your name out in the internet.

So, I did some more looking into airlines cost-saving by cutting air at high altitudes. They just recirculate it - a lot - and it makes for some unbreathable stuff. If you ever feel like they're not giving you enough air, talk to the flight attendants (the head flight attendant would be best) and tell them to turn on the air packets. Some airlines have a policy where they have to turn on the packets if you ask for them.

I was in a situation where the flight attendants were mean and surly, so I was kinda intimidated - and I'd been worn down by a week of poor and difficult communication, so I had no faith that saying anything would make a difference.

I'd ordered a whiskey sour the day before and got some sort of Laksa in a highball. Yikes.