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Feb 24th 2010 3:20PM What if the passenger became smelly later? For example, I was in India and everything was fine. Then this woman who was very obviously from the village went to the restroom.
For those who don't know, India is a country of washers, not wipers - and so the whole concept of toilet paper hasn't really reached out too far beyond the cities (if that).
So when she stepped out of the rest room, clearly, there had been some confusion on what had to be done, and it would seem she didn't do anything and the smell was terrible.
It was horrendous - and it was a brand new A320 aircraft too.
And she definitely felt bad coz she had that look on her face like, she might rather have stayed in the bathroom for the rest of the flight except that it smelled so bad in there.
Did I mention my seat was across from the restroom?
Oct 14th 2009 10:14AM I love reading your blog, it's very entertaining. One article that I'd like to see here pertains to entry requirements to a variety of countries. Being an Indian passport holder, I need a visa for most countries (a very small list of insignificant countries will let me in without a visa) and so when I do happen to show up without a visa, a number of things happen.
But what do you think about that?
Dec 30th 2007 9:14PM Austin