If you have never experienced a major system cutover — in the airline business or elsewhere — then it may be difficult to understand just how intense, involved, and insane the process is. Even for the most prepared — as we’d like claim we are — there are thousands of moving parts that need to continue to move in symbiosis with one another in order to make for a successful switch. Read Frank Arciuolo’s hilarious story on PlaneBuzz about the migration of birds as an apt and amusing analogy of the reservations system cutover experience.
Locals in Costa Rica say the Spanish word for “adventure” is “Liberia,” and for good reason: Liberia is the capital of the fabled Guanacaste province, and it’s a friendly base for exploring Rincón de la Vieja National Park and gorgeous Nicoya Peninsula beaches.
It’s no secret that travel and photography go together like New York and pizza. So when photography’s a passion, and you have a job that lets you travel freely, you feel like you’ve hit the jackpot. Crewmember and avid photographer Eric Bennett reveals the secrets of taking extraordinary landscape photos.
It’s no secret that tourism thrives near stretches of white-sand beaches. The kind of beach where you can see your manicure through the turquoise water. But we can’t take these beaches for granted—environmental destructions are causing them to disappear.