“Some of the best memories are made in flip-flops.”
Is it possible to be a well-mannered traveler when you
You get better at it the more you do it. Although, I am still no master. I have learned to wear sneakers (or comfortable shoes that are easy to remove at security), try not to wear a belt, bring a sweatshirt for the plane that ties around my waist, and have the liquids (under 3 oz.) in a plastic baggie that is easy to get at. And I always make sure my ID, money, and ticket are easy to get at. And a good book is a must! And snacks!!! I have been stranded with little money or where it’s late and there is no food stops and the snacks save you… David found this out a few weeks ago when he took his first trip and I shoved a handful of granola bars in his bag… he told me later that they saved his butt! I always take my Kashi bars and almonds! YUM!
For all of us flying in the near future… Kim took the picture at our house (we are on the flight path).
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