BlogFest 2012 Day 9 - How Technology Has Made Traveling Easier Today

Posted by Claudia Moser on 2:29 PM in , , ,
Kate has an interesting topic today, and since I do my share of travelling (there are some months when I am on the road / air each week) I believe that the most obvious answer to this is the plane, one piece of technology which makes our life so easier, you check in, board, take a nap and here you are, Kolkata.

I am sure most of you have enjoyed Jules Verne's 80 days around the world, and imagine how complicated it was to travel. But I must admit, it has its charm as well, speed is not always positive, sometimes you need to slow down and appreciate what surrounds you.

Something to make you smile:

Picture from here



I actually never flown in an airplane.

Oi, don't get me started...flying out of Gatwick is The Worst!

@Adam - for me it is almost weekly business
@Jacqueline - oh yes, I know what you mean!

I had to laugh at the cartoon!! LOLOL!! Great post Claudia :D

@Jenn - me too :)

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