Monday, April 25, 2005

a dream flight to heavenly sunshine

I had a dream flight to heavenly sunshine. Let me explain.

First, it was a full flight. I got a middle seat and my heart sank. My heart sank further at the sight of one of my travelling companions, who looked like they would need quite a bit of my seat in order to be comfortable. The companion toddled off to the toilet to get changed in their pyjamas (!), and never returned. So I got a window seat and a spare seat to sleep in!. That was heavenly.

The sunshine is the weather in LA, a stark contrast from Christchurch, where our conservatory roof was holed by hailstones on Saturday evening.

But the real heavenly sunshine – is that my accomodation has wifi – and the connection is named “heavenly sunshine.” So I can surf and receive email (but not send). Such are the selfishness’s of international travel – seat room and internet access.

Posted by steve at 04:20 PM


  1. It’s a huge deal to have an extra seat on an overseas flight! You’ll be worshipping in a new way for days… in part thanks to the extra sleep on the plane. Enjoy LA.

    Comment by Will — April 26, 2005 @ 6:52 am

  2. I’d wondered about your conservatory roof. Have a fantastic time. Look forward to hearing all about it when you return.

    Comment by Paul Fromont — April 26, 2005 @ 7:16 am

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