Category Archives: documentation

Getting Your Walking Papers

As of January 2011, only 37% of all American citizens possess that little blue book with the eagle on the cover. That’s a whole lotta people not getting fly! By age thirty, everyone should have a government-issued passport. If you … Continue reading

Posted in documentation, general travel, getting fly, passports | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments

Getting Your Walking Papers: Price-Increase Edition

If you’ve slept on getting that little blue book, the price tag’s gone up quite a bit as of today. But you still can’t put a price tag on the personal development and enjoyment that comes from international travel, and … Continue reading

Posted in documentation, general travel, getting fly, passports | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments

Doing the Math

Itau 19:06 Originally uploaded by anselmoportes If you hate math, traveling overseas might be somewhat of a headache. You knew the balmy reputation of Jamaica before you booked the ticket, yet you packed a couple of sweaters, just in case, … Continue reading

Posted in documentation, general travel, measurement | Tagged , , | 5 Comments

Get in a Travelin’ Mood

A true Fly Brother or Sister is restless. He or she cannot stay put in one place for very long, lest neurosis set in. But many aspirants are not yet in the habit of stepping out the front door for … Continue reading

Posted in documentation, general travel | Tagged , | 3 Comments

Getting Your Walking Papers

By age thirty, most everyone should have a passport. If you are over thirty and don’t have one, I won’t waste any time criticizing (triflin…). I’ll just say that there’s no better time than now to start the process, and … Continue reading

Posted in documentation, general travel, passports | Tagged , , | 5 Comments