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  1. Log book to the end of civilization. III

    You know you have changed time zones and civilizations when the stewardess offers you, instead of the usual “Chicken or Pasta”, the local delicacies. In this plane you are offered “Mutton or Pasta”, and it is up to you to decide if you feel adventurous enough to go for the ruminant. It is not that RJA does not have an elaborate menu; they do, and there is chicken, but the usual Euro-American flavors are absent from La Carte. The mutton is on a mint and olives sauce, and there is Basmati rice, so ...
  2. Log book to the end of civilization. II

    Avianca does a reasonable good job taking me to Barajas International, Madrid’s main airport. I land there jet lagged already and feeling tired after a full night of flying, but now I have to deal with the screw up that MY company made.
    Avianca is a member of Star Alliance while Royal Jordanian Airways, my next carrier, belongs to ONE WORLD. Because of this, Avianca was unable to route my luggage all the way to my final destination, much less issue my boarding passes. Therefore, when I land ...
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