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Nairobi's polarising character ensures that the city is reviled and loved in equal measure, and even those who love it might well admit that it's the kind of place many rave about only once they're away from it. For those who call it home, the city's charms include a vibrant cultural life, fabulous places to eat and exciting nightlife. Its detractors point to its horrendous traffic, poor safety levels and its less-than-gorgeous appearance.
Let's not keep you waiting and jump right into the top 5 favorite positions of flight attendants. Actually 6!
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Over the last century, Dar es Salaam has transformed from a sleepy Zaramo fishing village into a thriving metropolis of over four million people (and growing). There are also excellent craft markets and restaurants, and nearby sandy beaches and islands. The city’s architecture is a mix of African, Arab, Indian and German, although much of this is now dwarfed by towering high-rises that reflect Dar’s rising prosperity in the golden-hued sunsets shimmering off their glass exteriors. Many travellers bypass ‘Dar’ completely; those that stick around will be rewarded by the city’s eclectic cultural mix and down-to-earth vibe
As the capital of Denmark, Copenhagen has a long and rich history. It was the center of the Danish empire for hundreds of years, and, as such, it is home to many palaces, historic buildings, and cultural relics. But modern Copenhagen is not a city steeped in the past. The town’s classic architecture and canals are juxtaposed by modern infrastructure, new buildings, and a high tech transit system. There is just a spirit and vibe that screams “Life is good here”. It’s infectious and will have you wondering why more places are like this.
Culturally vibrant, efficiently run and attractively set at the meeting of river and lake, Zürich is regularly recognized as one of the world's most liveable cities. Long known as a savvy, hard-working financial centre, Switzerland's largest and wealthiest metropolis has also emerged in the 21st century as one of central Europe's hippest destinations, with an artsy, post-industrial edge that is epitomized in its exuberant summer Street Parade.
Nothing gives us more pleasure than to spread the work of fellow crew bloggers. This week we will be giving you a tiny peak into the life of the cabin crew & blogger behind our beloved site - Confessions of a Trolley Dolly. Here's the interview with Dan - the man himself!
We might be divided by airlines and countries, but we are definitely connected by airplane incidents that we all can relate to. Here's a list of some incidents that all flight attendants will relate to.
The benefits attached with being a cabin crew are unique & so are the negatives that all cabin crew have to go through. Here's a list of hardest things that all flight attendants have to go through while working.
Washington D.C. is an interesting place. As the capital of the country and with a mix of people from around the world, there is a lot of diversity here. There is a lot of incredible and diverse food in D.C., cool bars, and a lot of history, museums, and monuments.There’s plenty to do here to keep you busy during your visit!
Passengers can be the best and the worst part of a crew job. Here is a list of major passenger pet peeves as shared by cabin crew
Why would anyone, ever want to be a flight attendant? And, if you are still not convinced, then let us give you some valid reasons.
Cabin crew blogs don't just make a good read for other flight attendants and those who wish to join the industry, but also open the windows of the flight attendant world for passengers and those not from the aviation industry. We spent hours going through different blogs for cabin crew to come up with 5 best Flight Attendant Bloggers on the basis of quality of content, variety of topics covered and regularity of posts. Here's our list.
In a galaxy far far away, the flight attendants are planning a coup to conquer the world. But, like every superhero has its kryptonite, our heroes of the sky also have some things that continue to stop them.
More attractive than most other Southern African capitals, Harare gets a bad rap and unjustly so. While it's certainly not without its problems, overall it's a safe and laid-back city where wide avenues are lined with dusty red earth, and indigenous plants and blooming jacarandas give it a lovely African summertime feel. While it's tempting to rush off to your safari, it's worth hanging around in Harare to sample its fine dining, museums, craft markets and varied bars.
Once you’ve travelled around Poland, you realise this: Warsaw is different. Rather than being centred on an old market square, the capital is spread across a broad area with diverse architecture: restored Gothic, communist concrete, modern glass and steel. This jumble is a sign of the city’s tumultuous past.
It's not just the ancient architecture that wows tourists. Běijīng is also home to some of the world's most innovative modern buildings. You will be intrigued by Běijīng's ability to reinvent itself. Spending time here is to be on a permanent journey of discovery, where eye-popping buildings appear seemingly overnight, historic hútòng are transformed into hip hang-outs, and new venues open all the time. But some things never change in Běijīng and that is equally enticing. The food is always outstanding and the parks and temples remain oases of peace. Above all, you will love being surrounded by the tangible evidence of China's amazing, dramatic history, whether it's the Forbidden City or the Great Wall.