Taking The High Road

Every aspect of commercial air travel is hellish.

Except the view.

I always choose a window seat.

Because when your chair is seven miles up in the sky,

you can see forever.


Somewhere over Massachusetts… 10 June 2014



Somewhere over the middle… 23 June 2014









    1. At a certain point in any flight, I would happily lie on a cloud, or a bed of nails, or a tax return – anything to get out of the modern torture device known as the coach airline seat.

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  1. They say you become old when Christmas loses its magic. But the moment I realised I was old was when flying lost its magic. That moment when I was asked to remove my shoes in a public building and a big guy with a gun tried to dismantle my laptop, that was the moment I became old.

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