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Diaries of a travelling nutter

This is the diary of a travelling nutter, specifically thewinchester, a Perth-based Mar/comms professional. I normally takes one big trip a year, and a few trips on the side just to keep the status credits rolling in.

Read about my travels, get insights into planning, and some of the quirky stuff that happens along the way. It'll keep you amused at the very least.

  1. November 2013 - Compiled Lounge Details

    by , 20th October 2013 at 12:52 AM (Diaries of a travelling nutter)
    This is compiled for SeatBackForward, who is unable to put together the November list.

    This blog entry compiles some of the information from this thread: http://www.australianfrequentflyer.c...3-a-53330.html. Please check with the relevant poster to confirm details.

    Need to add a flight? Please add a post with the details to the thread linked above.

    Last updated: 19 OCT 2013

    Friday, 1 NOV
    HKG - Hong ...
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    Uncategorized
  2. Decemeber 2013 - Compiled Lounge Details

    by , 19th October 2013 at 08:09 PM (Diaries of a travelling nutter)
    This is compiled for SeatBackForward, who is unable to put together the December list.

    This blog entry compiles some of the information from this thread: http://www.australianfrequentflyer.c...a-53555-2.html. Please check with the relevant poster to confirm details

    Last updated: 19 OCT 2013

    Sun, 1 DEC
    DFW - Dallas Fort Worth
    parsontrish 01 Dec 12:25 AA1462 DFW can guest one
    HBA - Hobart
    blackcat20 ...

    Updated 19th October 2013 at 11:30 PM by thewinchester

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  3. New PER viewing deck opens

    by , 18th December 2011 at 12:33 AM (Diaries of a travelling nutter)
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    Well I'm pleased to report that Westralian Airports Corporation, after much aviation community pressure, has finally opened their new outdoor viewing deck. Located on Dunreath Drive (western side of the airport), it gives visitors a prime and near unobstructed viewing position at the bottom of RWY 21.

    What's there, and what will I see?

    It includes;

    • a fully wheelchair accessible facility,
    • sealed parking for approx. 30 vehicles
    ...

    Updated 10th March 2012 at 06:25 PM by thewinchester

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    Quirky and weird , Travel Insights
  4. Between a Rock(pool) and a hard place - Part 1

    by , 23rd October 2011 at 03:51 PM (Diaries of a travelling nutter)
    Well, as you may know, I was one of the lucky 16 selected to have lunch with Simon Hickey and Stephanie Tully last week. Here's a little TR on the journey.

    Disclosure: This trip was paid for in full by Qantas as a competition prize.

    Preplanning

    You would have seen the posts in the planning thread that everyone was getting a little worried about receiving their itineraries. We needn't have worried, as their PA in concert with Red Roo had everything in hand. ...
  5. Between a Rock(pool) and a hard place - Part 2

    by , 23rd October 2011 at 03:15 PM (Diaries of a travelling nutter)
    Well, as you may know, I was one of the lucky 16 selected to have lunch with Simon Hickey and Stephanie Tully last week. Here's a little TR on the journey.

    This report continues from Part 1.

    Disclosure: This trip was paid for in full by Qantas as a competition prize.

    Rockpool lunch

    The venue was surpurb, decor perfectly executed and consistent throughout. Lunch was brilliant, and here's the menu:

    My dining choices were:
    ...

    Updated 23rd October 2011 at 03:25 PM by thewinchester

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