March brought spring, more snow and March Crazy Travel! Here’s what’s in store Fights, no surprise there. Drunkenness with a bit of nudity, no surprise there. Emotional support animal, no surprise there. Plane engine explosion, something new. Zombies, something new. Gold loss, something new. A woman claiming to be God, something new.
Several times during the year I spend an afternoon tallying my travel miles and points. This year I decided to switch from the American Express card to the Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards card. My sole motivation was acquiring Southwest’s companion pass. If you’re not familiar with the companion pass here’s
February hasn’t been the happiest of months. However, the “Crazy Travel” bin is stocked full. Passenger restrained with duct tape and zip ties after storming cockpit, FBI says – My family coined the phrase “Crazy Eyes”…. note the picture above. It seems Charlene Sarieann Harriott, attacked three crew members aboard an
While burritos are an acceptable support vehicle, Delta dropped some major news last Thursday; Delta Air Lines is taking steps to further protect its customers, employees and service and support animals by implementing advance documentation requirements for those animals. This comes as a result of a lack of regulation that has led
As expected the December Crazy Travel Roundup started out with a bang. So much so, that we’re going to break it up into two installments. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MLz_B0MkAy4 Marriott Hotels is coming clean about its latest innovation quest – helping guests capture their moments of inspiration in the shower. Who hasn’t come
Growing up, holidays and summers were filled with road trips. My Mom managed to occupy us with magnetic Scottie dogs, cassettes filled with Mac Davis and travel bingo cards. If Pinterest had been around in the 1970’s Mom would’ve kicked ass. Since I rarely have an original idea, this post comes courtesy