Surving your next flight

All the plane rides I’ve ridden so far have been pleasant. Maybe it’s just the optimist in me; I try to make the best out of the flight. Okay, it’s more like making the most out of my being anti-social and whipping out my book (and for future flights, Pinkies and camera) and ignoring the people around me.

Maybe I’ve just been lucky, but for future flights, I’m preparing for the worst.
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Cebu Pacific Seat Sale

Cebu Pacific Kuala Lumpur Seat Sale
Oh my freakin gosh, [tag]Cebu Pacific[/tag] is having another seat sale: one-way [tag]Kuala Lumpur[/tag] tickets for only Php999!

From their website:

Cebu Pacific’s Kuala Lumpur seat sale for only P999

Cebu Pacific (CEB), the country’s low-fare leader offers a seat sale to Kuala Lumpur, [tag]Malaysia[/tag] for only P999 one-way. Sale period is from November 14-20, 2006 and is good for travel from November 30, 2006 to January 31, 2007.

After the seat sale the lowest year-round ‘Go’ fare to Kuala Lumpur starts at P1499 one-way. CEB’s fare is almost 90% less than the lowest fare from [tag]Manila[/tag] to Kuala Lumpur. The promo and year-round ‘Go’ fares are exclusive of surcharges and government tax.

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Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

Okay, can somebody explain this to me?

I came upon this shop while I was wandering around Chinatown, looking for the best Hainanese chicken rice at the Maxwell hawker center.

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Traveling isn’t cheap. Well, it *can* be cheap, but if you travel a lot on your own money, the bills rack up and trust me, it ain’t pretty. I’m always on the look out for additional sources of income to finance my trips, and I was pretty glad to get an e-mail from Patrick Gavin of Text Link Ads, announcing their new product:
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A hyphotetical what if question

Say somebody is willing to pay for your plane ticket with any airline you prefer.

Would you:

1) Pick the airline where your frequent flyer miles are. The airline isn’t too bad; it’s not at the bottom of the ratings list, but it’s nowhere near the top either.


2) Pick a different airline to experience the difference in service. This airline is one of the best in the world.
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Category: Wandering thoughts