Ok, lets see. I left Kuwait at 9am. 7 hours later I was in Heathrow. Left London at 6pm Kuwait time and more than 10 hours later… I’m in Seattle. After a total of over 18 hours of fly time!!! I’m here to attend the MVP Global Summit 2007.
I am exhausted to say the least. I flew British Airways all the way (supposed to be one of the best), and I have to say this, if this the best the aviation industry can provide, then we have a LOT of work to do. The plane itself was way overcrowded, mind you NOT in first or business class. But the stewardesses, or flight attendants or whatever they call them nowadays are downright rude! British! And I paid good money for that flight!
The exciting part was discovering the MVPs onboard as time went by. Some of them had MVP shirts, some had MVP bags, some had MVP emblems on their laptops and some looked like MVPs! 2 were actually recording an ‘Infrastructure Security’ (whatever that is) session at the back of the plane.
Seattle weather is wet and a bit on the cold side. The cab driver from the airport said it has been raining for the past coupla days.
I’ll keep you posted on the events of the summit as time goes by.