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What NOT to eat on an airplane

Now that airlines are charging for meals, or there are none available, you may be tempted to bring food on board a plane with you. 1,294 more words

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Travelling Cattle Class on a Budget Airline

The best laid plans often go awry, especially when travelling economy class on a budget airline. Just go with the awful flow is my advice. This was aptly demonstrated recently when Mr Tranquillo studied the seating layout of the plane a day before departure and re- assigned our seats, so that we would be surrounded by fields of empty space, rows to colonise, restful rows on which to loll and spread. 900 more words


In Flight Meal Sydney to Singapore

I chose the lamb moussaka. It was good. I can’t remember the last time I ate lamb moussaka- it must have been when I lived in Michigan, long ago. 66 more words


In Flight Meals- Singapore to Sydney

I recently returned from the farthest I’ve ever travelled for a first date- 3,901 miles.

I flew Quantas and the service was great. My plane left at 11:30 pm and while I don’t usually eat late at night, I was curious to try the olive and chicken panini. 105 more words


Tales of vegetarian travel

i was at a party recently and I found myself in a conversation with two other vegetarians where we shared our vegetarian travel stories and general experiences of eating out as a vegetarian. 616 more words


Pie in the Sky

Generally speaking, I can be quite nit – picky about where I eat and what I eat. From issues with mismatched cutlery, to horribly prepared food to less than courteous waiters; all these factors make me a very reluctant diner. 679 more words

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Food Advice for Air Travel

Regular readers will know that I always advocate flying with a bottle of Tabasco. It’s under 100ml, it enlivens any of the sludge the cabin crew deign to serve you, and it is a vital component in the  obligatory Bloody Mary I require at the start of any long-haul flight. 197 more words

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