Expatriate life and regular travel go hand in hand. The world’s most traveled person is a British Expatriate, Fred Finn, who has traveled about 15 million miles, and visited 139 countries in his lifetime. He also made 718 flights on Concorde and had a seat on the very first Concorde flight, as well as on the very last.
To overcome jet lag Fred set his watch to his destination’s time zone as soon as he got on the plane.
Have you ever considered how many flights you have taken in your lifetime? How many miles/kilometers have you flown in your life?
And how many of the Airplane Tips by the Stewards do we listen to?
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