Monthly Archives: June 2015

The Last Graduation

School graduation is an important rite of passage, for both the students and their families. It is also one of the dullest events you can devise. It is a wonder more people don’t die of boredom during the ceremony. All you are there for is the 15 seconds or so it takes for your family […]

Waiting For A Plane X – Pearson Airport

I was traveling for a couple of weeks last month. I spent a lot of time in airports. In each one I had time on my hands. As a result I wrote at least one post in each of the airports; this is the concluding post in the series. Some of the posts are more […]

Waiting For A Plane IX – Ataturk Again

I was traveling for a couple of weeks last month. I spent a lot of time in airports. In each one I had time on my hands. As a result I wrote at least one post in each of the airports, which I have been posting from time to time. I’ll finish the series tomorrow. […]

Waiting For A Plane VIII – Erbil Internaional

I was traveling for a couple of weeks last month. I spent a lot of time in airports. In each one I had time on my hands. As a result I wrote at least one post in each of the airports, which am posting from time to time. Two more airports to go until I […]

Points to Ponder

Every so often I just can’t resist passing on something that has come my way. I hope you enjoy this one as much as I did! (If the type is too small for you to read, click on it and it should enlarge)

In-Flight Movies

I love movies, but never seem to find the time to go to the theatre. So I get caught up on the occasions when I have long flights. I don’t miss the days when everyone on a plane had to watch the same film, which inevitably was shown on a screen as far as possible […]

Waiting For A Plane VII – Ataturk Airport

I was traveling for a couple of weeks last month. I spent a lot of time in airports. In each one I had time on my hands. As a result I wrote at least one post in each of the airports, which am posting from time to time, interspersed with some other thoughts. Any flight […]