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Air Canada does it again

In Transportation On September 11, 2006 3 Comments

Air Canada lost my luggage this week. Boy do they suck. Since they no longer serve meals, here’s the dinner I bought at the airport as I was… Read More »

NEW BRUNSWICK: Moose and McDonald’s

In Eating / Food, Maritimes, Transportation On September 10, 2006 3 Comments

You’ll never fall asleep driving along New Brunswick‘s highways. For one, there are gorgeous fall colours to keep you company on a sunny day. And two, the fear… Read More »

TRAVEL: Air Crappy

In Transportation, Vancouver On November 14, 2005 7 Comments

I promise this will be my last Air Canada rant. I have the kind of personality that can easily be consumed by the airline’s amazing ability to offer… Read More »

SILK ROAD TOUR: 50 Chinese people and one white guy

In CHINA, Silk Road/Xinjiang, Transportation On November 7, 2005 0 Comments

I suppose I should’ve posted this from the get-go. Here’s a map of our trip. From Beijing to the Silk Road then south to Shanghai at the end…. Read More »

JAPAN AIR LINES: Airplane food of the gods

In Eating / Food, Transportation On November 3, 2005 3 Comments

Canada is a fabulous country for hockey, donuts and yes it’s true, basic human pleasantness. But if we were judged on our national airline, we’d be seen as… Read More »

CHINA: Journeys by train

In CHINA, Transportation On October 23, 2005 0 Comments

Train travel is one of the cheapest ways to see China. It is also one of the most aggravating. Lining up on a train platform is the best… Read More »

DUNHUANG: Camels in the morning

In CHINA, Gansu, Sights, Transportation On October 11, 2005 0 Comments

I am not a morning person, so waking up at 5:30 to a Chinese breakfast of noodles and rice porridge, then hopping on a double-humped mammal did not… Read More »

GAOCHANG: Mush, donkey, mush

In CHINA, Sights, Silk Road/Xinjiang, Transportation On October 9, 2005 0 Comments

My mom brought a big box of disposable surgical masks with her on this trip. I thought that was so uncool and misinformed since SARS is no longer… Read More »