Philadelphia: The City Of Brotherly Love

Philly was one of the destinations that I would bid for every month, but I would never get. It was really frustrating because it seemed like everyone I knew was getting a trip apart from me. Since January however, I have been rostered 3 in the space of about 6 weeks! I’m just going to combine what I did into the one post because, I didn’t really do enough on each individual trip to justify writing separate posts. Hope you enjoy!

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Singapore & Sydney: Sydney

Day 1

We arrived in Sydney at about 6AM, I didn’t want to waste a moment of the time I had there, so after arranging to meet up with one of the girls I showered and changed, then chilled for a while before heading out to explore. Some of the crew had mentioned that a really nice thing to do in Sydney was to have a champagne breakfast at one of the many restaurants and cafes, so we set off to find somewhere!

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Singapore & Sydney: Singapore part 1

I am going to split my SIN/SYD trip up into separate posts, it would be far too long not to! So up first is my first visit to Singapore, hope you enjoy 🙂

Landing Day

The flight to Singapore from LHR was probably one of the most difficult and tiring that I’ve done, so when we arrived I quickly showered and changed before meeting up with some of the cabin and flight crew for some well-earned drinks and Chinese food.

Day 1

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Farewell Vancouver

I recently operated my last flight to Vancouver, I am hoping that it will come back to the A380 next year! On this trip I was lucky enough to be joined by one of my training buddies, and I had worked with a few of the crew before so the flight was really nice as we all got along great 🙂

The flight out wasn’t completely full which is unusual, as every other Vancouver I have done we have been completely full in business class and econmomy, I never know what it’s like in First class as I’m not trained to work there so don’t pay much attention to it! The customers were all really nice, and they didn’t complain or act like their world had just come crashing down around them when we ran out of chicken haha!

When we arrived at the hotel I quickly got showered and changed before going down to meet my friend for a bite to eat. There is an organic supermarket near the hotel that I always go to on landing day, so we went over and bought some fruit and had a bowl of chicken and rice soup which was just what we needed  as neither of us fancied a big heavy meal 🙂

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October’s Roster

October’s roster is a bit of a strange one because, on the one hand I got 0% bid satisfaction so I was obviously a bit miffed buuuut on the other hand I have finally been given the SIN/SYD that I have wanted to do since I found out I got the job and looked at the routes I could potentially do! October is also my birthday month so I was ever so slightly worried that I would be stuck on standby, thankfully I have a nice little night stop 🙂

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Lion & Safari Park, Johannesburg

I went to the Lion & Safari Park on one of my first ever trips to JNB back in January.  I was in two minds about whether I should write this post or not, the safari aspect was fine it seemed a bit basic but it wasn’t expensive so I wasn’t expecting much. The lion cub interaction however, I really did not like one bit, it is painfully obvious that they have been drugged and it just left me with a horrible taste in my mouth, Continue reading

Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver

I was back in Vancouver again recently, even though I have been 4 times previously I’d not yet got around to going to the Capilano Suspension Bridge.  There are regular free buses from Canada Place to the bridge, also as crew I got free entry, much better than the $40 entrance fee! 🙂 The weather was literally a washout, the benefit of this was the bridge wasn’t as busy as it usually is.

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