So there are actually a lot to update about my November trip. It was my first trip to London, my first trip to Europe, my first trip on a 12 hour flight, or should I say a 12 hour DIRECT flight to London, my first time dealing with jet lag, my first time dealing with a 12 hour time difference which made me feel really alone at times. This trip had so many firsts for me, even though I’ve been travelling around Asia for years.
So when I first prepared myself for a 12 hour direct flight, all I could think of was to try to stay awake as long as possible to minimise any jet lag when I arrive in London. Keeping myself awake with watching as many movies as I can, a glance outside the window after I started getting bored just blew me away at one time that it kept me occupied and awake the whole way to London.
I was able to see tall mountains with their peaks just below and above the clouds. At one point the mountain was directly under the plane and I could see right down to the mountain tops full of snow. I had my face plastered against the plane window trying to take photos, videos or just to stare in amazement at what I get to see below from way above the clouds.
So as much as I want to post on my adventures, I insist on sharing this wonderful nature first so that I can feel justified being occupied with watching all the mountains that we passed through on this flight. I hope you can see the same beauty through the photos below. The pictures truly does it no justice. It was such an awesome experience for me to see all these personally.
I have many more photos but these should be good enough, aren’t these all beautiful?
What about you? Have you ever passed by any memorable scenery on the plane before? Please do share! 🙂