I was tempted to go up to the information counter and ask politely, “Where can I find an apostrophe?”
Samui is one of those lovely little regional airports that carries you back to a different era of travel.
“I think there must be several Stuart Bulls, so often do we see him here in the region” – Colm McLoughlin, Dubai Duty Free.
You get what you pay for, as they say. I wonder what a ‘genuine fake’ (as opposed to a fake fake?) Armani suit looks like?
The world tour continues, onto Australia, the US, the UK and Dubai. I take that journey in the knowledge that Trinity is alive and well.
Given that King Power-owned Leicester City’s crucial match against Everton kicked off precisely as my flight took off, the first thing I wanted to know from Khun Tongchai was the score. “Two-nil,” he said with a beam as wide as the King Power Stadium in Leicester.
Featuring the ‘World’s longest layover’, #LIFEINHEL is a mix of reality TV, game shows and social media. It relates the story of how Ryan is living in a little cabin inside Helsinki Airport for 30 days.
I’m ready now to take a walk down Memory Lane. It’s Autumn but this time I’m not headed for a fall.
A little tipple is surely justified as today (19 October) is International Gin & Tonic Day and I’m about to be flown First Class to New York to celebrate.
I love the simplicity, vibrancy and brightness of this store. It may not have the sunshine but it still manages to capture the very essence of the Côte d’Azur. Nice? Very nice, I’d say.
This is a truly rare sighting of a TFWBA, that highly endangered species, a Tax Free West Bromwich Albion supporter, spotted on foreign soil in every sense.
Pierre is one of the truly good guys of travel retail. Good in all senses: as a human being, as a professional, as a man of impeccable integrity.
I particularly like the fact that the Frontier Award includes a glass globe, which I can turn to show my home country of New Zealand as well as the myriad of places I have visited during this amazing 30-year sojourn in travel retail.