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Never Miss Another Deal - Follow DansDeals on Facebook Find dozens of DansDeals trip reports here. Follow my travels and more on Instagram @DansDeals Find Trip Reports and contribute your own trip reports on DDF Find Destinations Threads and helpful travel wikis on DDF This post is continued from: Antarctica Trip Notes Part 1: Buenos Aires+Planning And Positioning For The Adventure Of A Lifetime. Antarctica Trip Notes Part 2: Flying To End Of The World And Having The Southernmost Chanukah Party In Ushuaia Guest Post: Halachic Zmanim In Polar Regions On The Kosher Antarctica Cruise Monday, December 10: With a fuel shortage in Ushuaia, ships bound for Antarctica had to choose from several non-ideal options. They could overnight in Ushuaia and hope that fuel supplies would arrive the next day. They could attempt to source enough fuel in Puerto Williams, Chile. They could make a run for Antarctica without as much reserve fuel as normal. Or they could divert to the Falkland … [Read more...] about Antarctica Trip Notes Part 3: Diverted To The Falkland Islands!
Never Miss Another Deal - Follow DansDeals on Facebook Find dozens of DansDeals trip reports here. Follow my travels and more on Instagram @DansDeals Find Trip Reports and contribute your own trip reports on DDF Find Destinations Threads and helpful travel wikis on DDF This post is continued from: Antarctica Trip Notes Part 1: Buenos Aires+Planning And Positioning For The Adventure Of A Lifetime. Antarctica Trip Notes Part 2: Flying To End Of The World And Having The Southernmost Chanukah Party In Ushuaia Antarctica Trip Notes Part 3: Diverted To The Falkland Islands! Guest Post: Halachic Zmanim In Polar Regions On The Kosher Antarctica Cruise Several readers have asked if I can share my packing list, so let’s start with that. When you’re out on an excursion, camping, or kayaking, you need to avoid cotton as it traps moisture and can become dangerous if it gets wet under layering. As my regular clothes are typically cotton, I had to buy non-cotton items for this … [Read more...] about Antarctica Trip Notes Part 4: Packing List, The Journey Down South, And The Southernmost Shabbos
-Find more articles like this by clicking on the “Trip Notes” tab on top of the DansDeals banner at the top of this site. I flew last week to Chicago to experience the tail end of Star MegaDo 4. Hundreds of frequent flyer enthusiasts from forums like Flyertalk and Milepoint get together and fly around the world together and meet with various airline and hotel executives. Star of course refers to Star Alliance. A DO (pronounced like the word do or due) is simply a get-together while a MegaDo is a really big get together. Space to attend these events is always quite limited and there is a cost from $1,000 up to $5,000 depending on how much of the event you want to attend (domestic or international+domestic) and what class you’ll be sitting in on the plane. Participants were treated to flying a brand new United 787 Dreamliner among many other goodies. I was invited to attend the United portion of the DO in Chicago for free so that’s what I’ll talk about. … [Read more...] about Trip Report: United DO 2012 In Chicago
It’s nearly upon us. The Game of Thrones final season is just a month and a half away. We couldn’t be more excited to find out what lies in store for Jon, Dany, Tirion and everyone else who has managed to stay alive through eight seasons at the whim of HBO and George R.R. Martin’s murderous pen. With hype levels reaching temperatures hotter than wildfire, what better time to frivolously spend on some of the best Game of Thrones merchandise available in 2019. We’ve ventured far and wide across the vast lands and narrow seas of the web to uncover the top Game of Thrones merch for fans of all interests. We’ve got bumper Game of Thrones gift boxes that contain more than enough goodies to keep you entertained for hours on end while also offering an entire house worth of decorations. There’s a whole treasure vault of individual treats too, so be sure to have a good browse of the wares below to see if anything calls to you! Game of Thrones merchandise gift … [Read more...] about Best Game of Thrones Merchandise for 2019
I left off previously last month when we were leaving the Newark Presidents Club in middle of a flying across the country earning miles worth more than the cost of the $78 ticket… -We were upgraded on the flight from Newark to Houston. The aircraft was a 777-200, the same airplane that Continental flies on international routes, like from Newark to Tel Aviv. It was my first time being in the BusinessFirst section of that aircraft since Continental switched from their old style BusinessFirst seats to the new lie-flat seats. It was a pleasure to be able to make the seat into a bed with the touch a button. There is even a USB plug to charge an iPod for example and a regular 3-prong style plug as well. I did notice that the cutout where your feet go when the seat is made into a bed varied greatly between seats. While some seats had huge footwell cutouts, others had significantly smaller footwells. Bulkheads seemed to have the biggest footwell … [Read more...] about Trip Notes: Our SoCal Quasi-Mileage Run…