Planes, Trains, and Visas

In this ongoing post, I will document my travels in regard to the minutia of recording my flights, hotels, visas, lounges and other travel trivia.

January 7

Checking in at O’hare’s international terminal with Korean Air.

The first flight of the year was a long and uncomfortable ride from Chicago to Seoul.  Sitting in the second to last row in economy, but was able to watch a couple of movies.

My ticket to Seoul.  At least it was an aisle.

Thankfully, before this unpleasant flight I was able to get some free snacks before the flight at the Air France/KLM Lounge.

air france lounge in ORD

air france klm lounge air france klm lounge What also made this an interesting flight was I brought my dog, Khan Mak from the states back to Bangkok.

January 8

I made it to Seoul where I had a layover as I waited for my next flight to Bangkok.  Around 60,000,000 passengers pass through this airport.

Incheon International AirportIncheon International AirportAnd since I had a couple of hours to kill, I found my way to the Matina Lounge in Terminal 2, which was a much more updated lounge than the one at ORD.

matina lounge seoul

Not the best way to start of the new year, but these chocolate things in the right hand corners were delicious.

matina lounge seoul

Then six more hours to Bangkok in economy.






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