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Do. take plane window photos
The Dos and Don’ts of Jet Lag
Do. Wake up excited with butterflies in your stomach as you are about to embark on a journey.
Do. Get a sweat in the morning of your flight. Wake up the day and start acting as though it’s the time at your destination.
Don’t. Over eat on the flight. I know it’s a time passer but you don’t want to arrive already feeling full from (let’s be honest) not the best plane food.
Do. Sleep even if you can’t but are supposed to (if you need to get a full day in upon arrival) force yourself to turn off the distractions.
Don’t. Lay down or sit as soon as you arrive. You won’t be able to sleep that night.
Do. Drink alcohol. Don’t have to tell me twice... but I recently read that alcohol is good at throwing your system off so why not use it to your advantage.
Do. Hydrate. Yes, again.
Do. Enjoy the journey. It’s part of the blessing.
I have always dreamed of visiting Asia and I am finally getting the opportunity to go on a work trip. Yes, work but trust me I have added in a few stops and tourist attractions along the way.
Here are a few things I have planned and I cant wait to experience the unplanned.
Hong Kong:Victoria Peak. Stanley Market. Star Ferry. Tim Ho Wan. Dumplings. Ritz Bar and have a drink at the highest bar in the world. Tian Tan Buddha.
Chengdu: Niccolo Chengdu. Peoples Park. Giant Panda Research Center. Temple House. Spicy local cuisine