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Man v Meal

Food on aeroplanes isn’t just a meal, it’s a strategic and logistical conflict that deserves to sit alongside chess in the great allegorical pastimes. The tactical balance of tensions between tiny plastic lids, hot foil, impenetrable sachets and rattling trays, all being played out by a person with their elbows clamped to their ribs, never fails to exhilarate and enlighten me on long haul flights. 647 more words

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[Random Food Post] Airline Food - AirAsia and Cathay Pacific

Those of you who have had their fair share of airplane rides may have a thing or two to say about the in-flight meals. People often say that airline food is horrible but when I finally got to sample a few dishes during a couple of flights, I realized that some stories are a bit exaggerated. 1,579 more words


Plane Waste

I recently flew from Mount Gambier to Perth.  The air travel was a total challenge to my recycling ethos.

It began in a minor manner through being offered a muesli bar and water as refreshments en route to Adelaide.  271 more words


Airline Food Review: ANA (Air Nippon), Narita - San Jose, CA route

Day 72,  Asia, January – March, 2015
Japan Day  6, Enroute to San Jose, CA from Narita, Japan

Ah….Japan, the land of the rising sun. A week in Japan is not enough and we vouch to return again in the future as we liked everything about Japan (it’s nice, polite people, awesome food, great shrines and Japanese landscape, clean country and super efficient transportation system). 602 more words


Economy Class - LUFTHANSA

Boeing 737-300. I never expected to be on one of these aircrafts from Lufthansa, especially as they are some kind of old and Lufthansa is replacing them with the Airbus A320 family. 82 more words


Cathay Pacific Special Meals Challenge

There are many of us that frequently fly from city to city. Since I travel from America to Asia fairly often, I usually travel with Cathay Pacific. 281 more words

Airline Food

AIRLINES now have Hot Dog Carts on board!

Well, maybe not yet….but it is a yummy idea!

You can buy this art as a print….framed or unframed.  Go to the New Yorker Store on line to purchase.   10 more words