Don’t get me wrong people, I am enjoying NYC. But, when you travel as much as I have, the wow factor of the city is reduced as a consequence of it being in the United States. Here, everything works: my cell phone, Uber, my English etc. There, who knows what I’ll run into or who will take me on a Ali Baba magic carpet ride.
Slightly bored in Brooklyn and tired of paying New York prices, I told my friend that maybe I should fly to Abu Dhabi on Etihad Apartments since I have nothing to do before the Citrus Bowl in Orlando. He said, “Go for it, after all, it’s for the blog.”
I became anxious at the prospect that there would be availability because then I would have to question if it was worth the points to go across the world for only a few days. Furthermore, I would have to pay the $75 close-in booking fee.
Well, fate has decided that I should keep paying outrageous prices for drinks and foods in New York since there is nothing available on the a380 for the rest of December. I’m sort of relieved that there isn’t because it’s probably a waste. At the same time, I’m sort of disappointed and nervous because the devaluation is coming and I need to fly apartments!