Ali's Adventures

September 7, 2012

Lost tweets from the Vancouver Airport

Filed under: Kids,Vacation — by Alison @ 4:44 pm

In July, we flew from Seattle to Ottawa via Vancouver. I prefer this flight because it avoids Toronto’s Pearson airport, we get to use the fun automated customs lines and our long airport wait is at the beginning of the trip while we’re still excited about travelling.  The only downside is that the free wi-fi in the Vancouver airport never works for me, and I refuse to pay for roaming data charges. I’ll pause here while you get out your tiny violins to play along with my whining. I also always forget that I’m not connected, so I try to send out witty tweets during my travels.

Here are tweets saved as drafts on my phone.

It’s $25 people, stop with the excessive carry-on. If you don’t need it on the flight, check the bag.

Having our first Tim’s of the trip. (Less than 30 minutes after clearing Canadian customs)

Mountains are pretty #thatisall

Sir, the washroom I am bringing my two kids and stroller into, is the family washroom not the men’s room. Don’t follow me.

Really wish I’d heard the pre-boarding call. I love setting up the car seat with an audience.

H has decided to lick himself instead of napping. I don’t support this development.

We’re over Saskatchewan and still have 3 hours of flying left. Ontario is big. (I seem to have forgotten about Manitoba, sorry about that)

There’s a snapshot of what it’s like to travel with me.

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1 Comment »

  1. Thanks for the Monday morning laugh!

    Comment by Krista - The Tech Mom — September 10, 2012 @ 9:10 am |Reply


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