Airport Diaries – Unusual Arrival Procedures

Posted in Travel at 21:55 by Kathleen

In this H1N1-induced paranoia (the swine flu panic), international arrival procedures have been modified. Japan’s procedures were definitely interesting.
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Airport Diaries – No fuss flight? Amazing!

Posted in Travel at 17:23 by Kathleen

I have been complaining about terrible flight experiences. To be fair, I thought I should report about a no-fuss flight for change.
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Parque Nacional Iguazú – Argentina

Posted in Travel at 10:59 by Kathleen

Last June I was in Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil for a week for the 2nd Gemini Science Meeting. In the area, the Iguaçu river borders three countries: Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay. A very large complex of falls is shared between Argentina and Brazil.
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Airport Diaries – Fog do Sao Paulo

Posted in Travel at 22:04 by Kathleen

Hilo to Foz do Iguaçu, the second half of the tale…

I made it to Foz do Iguaçu, and yes, my bag was there. But it was not without pain.
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Airport Diaries – Five legs is one too many

Posted in Travel at 14:31 by Kathleen

(written on June 8th, 2007)

I’m off to Brazil. And from Hilo, Hawai’i, it’s a trip! Two days! My flight is not too bad, though, long waits in airports but this way I don’t have run. However, I found out that a five-legged flight can be trouble.
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