Crossing Bridges in New York City

Unless otherwise stated; all photos in this post are my own and are against copyright. From the Brooklyn side of New York City, there are four bridges you can cross which will bring you somewhere in Manhattan; Brooklyn, Manhattan, Williamsburg and Queensboro Bridges. From downtown Brooklyn there is one that will bring you to Staten …

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The Tourist Traps of NYC

Like any major city, there are plenty of "tourist traps", like random men standing by The Louvre in Paris with Eiffel Tower souvenirs and shouting at you "light up Eiffel Towers three for €5!" I don't mind these people because it means I can just respond "they aren't even lit up" or "*poor French accent* Je …

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Transatlantic and Toilets at 33,000 Feet

On-board the A330-300 Aer Lingus flight EI105 for John F. Kennedy. Abbi and I’s flight was delayed for our eleven o’clock departure. The jet ascended and took off Irish grounds at midday (GMT). I’ve never been on a plane bigger than an A320 so this trip is full of new experiences, it actually adds to …

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New Experiences: US Preclearance at Dublin Airport (DUB)

I was anxious for the flight today, given the recent events. However if I was going to continue to think negatively I’d never leave the house. Like I mentioned before I love planes so much because in a way I fear them. Nowadays planes are basically computers and pilots are their technicians, which, come to …

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