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Food On Airplanes

The last few days in Hong Kong have been very busy. We stayed in the Midlevels not too far from the University, and I used the Midlevels Escalator to go down to Central and back up to our hotel. It was pretty hard on my aging knees, especially going downhill.

With the visa squared away, we set off to the airport this morning to catch our Dragon Air flight to Shanghai. Dragon Air has 12 flights a day on that route. Just to remind you where you are, the economy class seats are miniscule and I haven’t seen a small pitch like this since the days of trans-Atlantic charter flights.

Luckily, the flight was only just over two hours long. After take-off, the flight attendents handed out the menus. Food on a two-hour airplane trip? What a concept!


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