Waiting for my brother's kid to finish gymnastics class in the hallway with all these other parents who look perpetually sleep deprived. Most look like they found whatever crumpled up piece of clothing that looked half serviceable and threw it on.
So glad my shift ends in a few hours
You can grab food off the lower conveyor belt or place a special order on your screen for something to come on the top conveyor belt. Drinks are delivered to the table by a robot. You put dirty dishes into a slot that counts them and every thirty dishes a Kinder surprise type toy drops from a chute. It’s bizarre and kinda fun. The sushi wasn’t the best I’ve had but it also wasn’t bad at all. Price was pretty good (I didn’t have to tip anyone, which helps!).Is that like robo-sushi where some robot brings over things?
How does flying through NZ compare in costs and time to other flights?We put in a low-ball bid for an upgrade flying Air NZ and won. The fam will be flying business (called Premium Economy by our egalitarian kiwi friends) on the first (15.5hr) leg of our flight.
I also put in lowball bids on the other three flights. Might even land in first (‘business’) class on one of them.
How does flying through NZ compare in costs and time to other flights?
My mate used to bid for flights with emirates or something that went to EU or HK through Brunei
The upgrade bidding things is weird. At first I thought it was some sort of fake website scam it looked so not legit. You put in a bid to upgrade (maximum one jump - econ to biz, biz to 1st) and the highest bidder is notified 3-7 days before the flight if they won. For $200 we got an upgrade that would have cost around an extra $3200 if we had booked at full price.