long-haul plane journeys

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    Just got back from Papua New Guinea.
    Night flight left Brisbane at 10:55 pm, 30 minutes later people start tucking into a meal. 4 hours later they are tucking in again!
    Who are these people?
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    (Original post by NJA)
    Just got back from Papua New Guinea.
    Night flight left Brisbane at 10:55 pm, 30 minutes later people start tucking into a meal. 4 hours later they are tucking in again!
    Who are these people?
    People who are hungry the flights are expensive enough :lol: they can have as much food as they want
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    Must be a long flight then airlines have to serve two meals during each long haul flight
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    People who have underlying anxiety about being stuck in a tube at 35,000ft with a few hundred strangers, for over 10 hours, and who resort to distracting behaviours.

    Did you see the Kutubu Kundu Digaso festival?
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    (Original post by DrSocSciences)
    Did you see the Kutubu Kundu Digaso festival?
    No, I was involved with a well-received rally of a fast-growing church in Bougainville.

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    Also, I had to wait for 5 hours in Brisbane Airport where "The Australian Way" shop was selling this stuff:

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    (Original post by NJA)
    Just got back from Papua New Guinea.
    Night flight left Brisbane at 10:55 pm, 30 minutes later people start tucking into a meal. 4 hours later they are tucking in again!
    Who are these people?
    It is recommended to eat something every three hours.

    Also there is not much else to do on a plane. Yes there may be TV and gadgets, but you are stuck in one place. Same with car journeys or train journeys.
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    (Original post by yudothis)
    It is recommended to eat something every three hours.

    Also there is not much else to do on a plane. Yes there may be TV and gadgets, but you are stuck in one place. Same with car journeys or train journeys.
    I just thought most people would prefer to sleep, the Singapore - London leg was daytime so I did eat and watched "Demolition" and "Batman v Superman" + I went to ask for a snack and found 2 crew members canoodling behind the curtain which they took very well .. Singapore Airlines.
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    Nice trip. But where are all the wimmin?
 
 
 
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