TAM Economy Class New York JFK – Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro
LAN Economy Class Santiago – Sao Paulo
TAM Economy Class Sao Paulo – New York JFK
United BusinessFirst Denver to
Tokyo Seattle (Emergency Landing)
United BusinessFirst on the 787 Seattle to Tokyo
Cathay Pacific Regional Business Class Tokyo Narita – Hong Kong
Cathay Pacific “The Wing” Business Class Lounge Hong Kong
Cathay Pacific Business Class Hong Kong – Dubai
Dubai, Day 1 (Traiteur Brunch, Park Hyatt Dubai, Burj Khalifa, Atlantis Palm Islands)
Dubai, Day 2 (Shark Dive at Dubai Aquarium, Burj Al Arab, 360)
Cathay Pacific Business Class Dubai – Hong Kong – Tokyo Haneda
If you read the title and found yourself wondering, “uhhh… what?” Don’t worry, it’s not you.
Over the next few weeks, I will be chronicling my adventures through three different continents, over a dozen flights, and of course all the fun I have in the different cities I’ll be visiting. This trip has ended up being a rather complex one to plan and organize, so I will make separate post that details how this thing ultimately came to fruition. Planning for this trip has ultimately been in the works for well over a year thanks to the continual delays of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
I will detail parts of my trip that I find interesting — especially the international flights in premium cabins. I’ll also highlight some of the other flights, possibly some hotels, and definitely my activities in the various destinations on this trip. I may however, choose not to mention in detail the shorter, domestic flights — especially the one(s) in economy class unless something unusual happens.
This is my first trip report that will be covered on this blog, so please bear with me. I’ll try to make the updates as timely as possible, but I also want to enjoy my vacation. So content will be added, but I’m not sure at what pace I’ll be able to publish it.