|This is just a hilarious gif. From theCHIVE. Every time I see it I can’t stop laughing!|
ON MY MIND
Is it a coincidence that posts such as “10 Best Credit Card Signups for April” don’t really differ much from the previous month. #Recyclingaffiliatelinks=BORING!
We are in the final turn to April 15 and I am in very good shape! I should think about what to pack for Norway and check out the weather there.
I discovered a new CVS store today. I did not even have to search to find the Vanilla cards, yes! Cashier was so nice she wanted to put them in the bag. I told her to hold the bag please.
Credit Card Debt & How To Get It Under Control. From Frequent Flyer University. A really good post on one of my favorite subjects. “The bottom line is that if you have Credit Card Debt, your number one priority should be to pay that debt off and not sign up for any new Cards!” WELL SAID!
It can not be said often enough!
25 of the most extreme “rooftopping” photos ever. From Francesco Mugnai blog. Crazy!!!
140 Countries ranked on openess to foreigners. From Matador Network.
The Complete List of Flyer Talk Award Winners. From The Gate. Delta Points is scanning the list hopelessly looking to find Delta so he can squeeze a post out of it:-)
How to Plan a Safari. From Triphackr. Good post on the subject.
ODDZ & ENDZ
20 Signs You Travel Too Much. From Traveling Well For Less. I thought I will place in this category as it has been neglected lately. And I can do this as it is my blog and I can do whatever I want:-) Here is the list below:
1. Your family and friends ask you for travel advice instead of using a travel agent or Google.
2. You have the in-flight menu memorized.
3. You have more foreign currency in your wallet than currency from your own country.
4. You’re not sure what time or day it is because you cross the International Date Line frequently.
5. Other passengers mistake you for off-duty flight crew.
6. You’ve lived in the same house or apartment for over twenty years but the neighbors think you’ve just moved in.
7. You take your cue for which side of the road to drive in by the location of the steering wheel in the rental car.
8. You’re read more US Todays than your local paper.
9. Most of your Facebook friends live in other states or countries.
10. When asked to show ID, you automatically pull out your passport.
11. You have a permanent spot at the off-airport parking lot.
12. You can pack for a multi-week trip in less than 30 minutes.
13. Tourist boards ask you for tips and things to do in their city.
14. You’re on a first name basis with the TSA agents at the airport.
15. When you’re not traveling, the airlines call to make sure you’re okay.
16. The only toiletries in your home are travel sized.
17. You leave your mail on permanent vacation hold, only stopping by the post office in between trips.
18. You carry 2 passports, not because you have dual citizenship, but because the first passport is full but has unexpired foreign visas.
19. Your credit card company issues a fraud alert only when your credit card is used in your own country versus when it’s used abroad.
20. The Passport Office sends you a postcard reminder to renew your passport. (Not true, but wouldn’t that be nice.)