Category Archives: airports

Don Mueang International Airport (Bangkok, Thailand)

My layover on the way to Cambodia was at Don Mueang International Airport (only Silk Air flies directly between SIN and REP, and is expensive compared to Air Asia).  This is the “other” Bangkok airport, not to be confused with … Continue reading

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Exploring Singapore: Changi Airport

Changi Airport in Singapore has been recognized as one of the best airports in the world.  While I have flown in and out of Changi for four years, I’ve never really had a chance to explore it.  We often have … Continue reading

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New Zealand-A Comedy of Errors

I may not have boarded a plane before my twentieth summer, but I’ve more than made up for it since.  In just the (almost) five years since we had Elanor, we’ve visited four continents, eleven countries, and somewhere between fifteen … Continue reading

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Flying alone with 2 kids

In the (almost) year since I gave birth to Rhiannon, we have gone on three major trips-a two week trip to the US when she was 2-3 months old, a week long trip to Australia when she was 6 months … Continue reading

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Traveling with two–the flights and layover

I’ll write more of an “advice on traveling with two” over at White as Milk when we get back from the US, but right now my advice can be summarized thusly–don’t think that traveling with two with other adults has … Continue reading

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I’ll post specifics later, but for now, here is a quick summation in bullet form I thought I’d been the woman with the crying baby on the plane before.  Rhi took that to a new, embarrassing level. Ellie, on the … Continue reading

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One parent, two children, flying three legs

One week from tomorrow, I’ll travel solo with the girls to Boston.  This will be my first time doing so with both girls, and I admit to being nervous. I have extremely tight connections in Tokyo and DC.  While I … Continue reading

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Flying with Babies (under a year)

A reader asked me to write about the logistics of traveling with a new baby. Rhiannon was 11 weeks when we flew to the US and 13 when we flew back.  Comparitively, Elanor was around 4, 4 1/2 months old … Continue reading

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Back in Singapore

We have arrived back in Singapore safe and sound. It should be no surprise that we found traveling with two small children a much bigger struggle than traveling with only one child, although that’s a blog post in and of … Continue reading

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Angry Birds at Changi Airport

As you can imagine, the blog hasn’t been updated in a few days because it’s been a bit overwhelming to get ready to go on a trip, particularly when all the usual supports you are used to are removed.  It … Continue reading

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