|It may be hard to see...but Google wants us to swim 3,462 miles.|
But not all was lost because then they had us jet skiing.
So last night after hearing that they are making more improvements I did another search to see how things are currently checking out. I used Australia to Los Angeles as my query.
You have to admit though that those Googlites...err...Googlians...whatever they are...they still have their sense of humor by suggesting that if you want to go from Australia to L.A. that you would go via
Korea. Really??? No one wants to go to Korea right now except Dennis Rodman and Psy.
Perhaps that is the scenic route?
Since we are on the subject of traveling...
Were you aware that if you are a nasty, bad kind of traveler, you could have your shame flaunted on a Facebook page?
Started in January 2013, the Passenger Shaming Facebook page has uploaded user submitted photos of passengers acting badly, rudely or in a manner less than travel friendly. The page's author is Shawn Kathleen, who has been a flight attendant since 2010. She started a blog called "Rants of a Sassy Stew" that same year.
|Hey bra..it's lights out|
|When pigs fly|
A lucky McDonald’s employee was shocked to see her own stolen car pull up to the drive-thru window the very day it went missing.
Virginia Maiden’s Tuesday morning began on a sour note, as she woke up to find her 1995 Toyota 4-Runner had been stolen. The Kennewick, Washington woman reported the theft and told police she’d left it unlocked.
Fortunately for her, she managed to make it into work that day—at a McDonald’s, where she manned the drive-thru window.
Then something shocking happened. Maiden’s recently boosted ride pulled right up to the restaurant.
The driver, Katherine York, was arrested before she left the parking lot and charged with possession of a stolen vehicle according to KEPRTV.com.
Police found stolen clothing with security tags attached in the vehicle as well. York is being held without bail set.
Traveling by car may be the way to go but make sure it's YOUR car.