Back in May 2010, I desperately needed a vacation – it’s hard to describe how much I needed to get away in that moment.
I ended up in Antalya, Turkey, for several nights – flying Sky Airlines to and from the city.
The Airsickness Bag, one of only a small number I’ve ever taken from a plane, made me laugh: the airline’s slogan was “Smile in the Sky” – and clearly that could easily be a euphemism for vomit in the right context, like on an airsickness bag.
The airline went out of business in 2013 – not sure why.
I enjoyed my trip to Antalya – and that was the last time I was in Turkey. I currently do not have any desire to visit Turkey, not even to transit Turkey – all of this is independent of Covid-19 or the refugee crisis.
During the Covid-19 crisis, I am going to try and make a point of writing a blog post about an object in my home.
We’ll see how long this lasts.