While planning a trip to Japan, I faced a conundrum of sorts – should I spend all my time in Tokyo or should I travel the country? Experience different aspects of Japanese culture or get to grips with the capital?
Preferred seat on an aircraft – what’s your choice? Window? Aisle? Try to figure out how to leave a middle seat free? Get the extra leg room? My answer varies depending on the flight and the situation.
My only excursions to Asia were to China in 2008 and Japan earlier this year. (Let’s ignore a few airports whilst in transit to and from Australia). As a European, being in Asia is an experience like no other.
I have spent a fair amount of time transiting through airports of various shapes and sizes over the years. I think there isn’t a fair way of comparing the sort of airport to transit through – but should this be an issue?
Google has been able to provide travel options from within its search facility for some time now but I never intentionally used it as I preferred tools like SkyScanner. I took a look at Google Flights recently and am beginning to revise my opinion of it.