On December 29, 2014, Indonesia AirAsia flight 8501 disappeared from the skies and is now likely at the bottom of the Java Sea. Bodies are being pulled out from the water, and wreckage is being taken in for investigation. But what caused this tragedy — a tragedy that seems to be occurring on a too-often basis these days?
The simple truth: we just don’t know — at least not yet.
There’s a laundry list of things you can’t bring on an airplane when you travel. But could carry-on bags and electronics like laptops and iPads be next on the list?
After some “chatter” from U.K. intelligence, U.S. counter-terrorism officials have discussed a possible ban on carry-on items, meaning while you sit in a metal tube for hours, you’ll have no iPhone. No laptop. No tablet. At least, that’s according to a new report from NPR.
The first two months of 2014 have been positively nonstop. 18-hour-day after the next meant that there was little time to write more about what I love – traveling, which meant that there were no new posts during the month of January, and little in February. But now we’re back. Promise.