Celinne da Costa spent a year traveling the world and relying on the kindness of strangers to host her. She stayed with 70+ strangers in 17 countries across four continents. In this interview, Celinne tells us how she did it all, with surprisingly very few hiccups along the way.
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What are the best things to do on the Hawaiian island of Maui? Fun activities, cool attractions, nature, tasty restaurants and traditional luaus.
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There’s no denying that many people take advantage of the generous emotional support animal policies in the US. It’s quite easy for people to claim that their pets are actually emotional support animals, as a way of circumventing rules prohibiting pets.
There’s no place this is more obvious than on planes. In addition to people pretty frequently bringing their dogs on planes, we’ve seen all kinds of other animals brought on planes, including ducks, pigs, etc. It looks like one US airline is cracking down on this loophole.
Delta is adding new restrictions for those traveling with emotional support animals as of March 1, 2018. They report that they carry about 700 emotional support animals per day, or about 250,000 annually. Here’s how Delta describes the problem, as they see it:
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Confession: The very first West End Theatre Show In London I saw was years and years ago and I remember being very unenthusiastic prior to seeing it. It was all Lloyd’s idea – mostly to escape the cold in London.We’d all popped round to celebrate New Year’s in London (we hadn’t moved to London back … Continue Reading
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Alaska and Virgin America have been making good progress when it comes to their integration. If history is any indicator (in terms of the other mergers we’ve seen), one of the big challenges they’ll face over the coming years is integrating their employee work groups, which is never an easy task. Alaska and Virgin America employees have different contracts, so creating a joint contract that works for everyone without being prohibitively expensive will be difficult.
As their latest step in the integration, Alaska Airlines has just unveiled their new employee uniforms, which will be worn by all 19,000 employees by late 2019. The new uniforms are designed by Luly Yang, and they describe the uniforms as being “modern and West Coast-inspired.” Alaska views these uniforms as creating a stylish yet approachable look,” thanks to “the bright pops of color, clean lines, and stunning finishes.” The new uniforms have been over two years in the making.
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