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Bristol - London - Delhi

♪♫♫♪♫ I'm leaving on a jet plane ♪♫♫♪♫


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Indian bureaucracy is alive and well and living at Heathrow airport. Our documents were checked before we were even allowed to join the check in queue and obviously again at the check-in desk. At the gate three members of staff were walking around the seated travellers checking the boarding cards and at the gate when my boarding card was put through their computer, it said I'd already boarded.... more problems. Ten metres later another official checks the boarding cards again, as well as just as we enter the plane from the tunnel, and finally inside the plane itself.

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Air India offered plenty of legroom and good food, but why, oh why did we have to be seated right in front of the spoiled brat with the high pitch screech and unlimited energy? We finally managed to get 3-4 hours snooze after she exhausted herself.

Posted by Grete Howard 09:19 Archived in India

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