With all this unexpected travel time, I’ve had my share of spending a lot of time in airports. Which meant walking around to window-shop those duty-free stores. Or just walking around to look at what’s there.
Here’s some things that caught my eye as I walked around.
Instant feedback – Changi Airport, Singapore
DFS – our department acronym … at Changi Airport, Singapore
Orchids, Changi Airport, Singapore
Elephant exhibition – Rijks Museum Shop, Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam
At the Rijks Museum Shop, Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam
Cow parade, Schipol Airport, Amsterdam
Notebooks, address books
Cell phone charging station – Manila International Airport
See? You can keep yourself occupied at the airport during four-five hour transits :)
As the Sukois were finishing up their display, the next flight act was announced. Captain Howard Davenport was getting ready to take off in his Bucker Jungmeister. With the lead-up to this next act, I figure it had to be something important. After all, with the exception of the air force jet and the Sukois, Capt. Davenport, the flying ace, seemed to have piloted most of the planes for the show.
Is he flying upside down in this? But of course, he is.
I didn’t know I was watching a renowned and famous pilot. Read more about Capt. Howard Davenport and his Bucker Jungmeister here.