Globetrotting travel writer.
For my 27th birthday, I got my passport flagged by Interpol. No, I’m not a spy for the CIA or an attaché for an embassy. I’m an international flight attendant, and let me tell you, an Interpol notice on your passport makes it awfully tedious to work. In May, my good friend Jil and I […]More
When I think of a ‘good traveler’, I think of my best friend Paul. A tough kid from Jersey, Paul makes an excellent flight attendant and world traveler because he can roll with the punches if plans change, mingle at a red carpet party in Hollywood, or charm my grandmother at a family reunion. He […]More
Sometimes you find that you only have one day to explore a new destination. This is often the case with my job as a flight attendant. I tend to get 24-30 hours on a typical international layover, so I’ve become skilled at making the most of a short time in a new city. This month […]More