Friday, 4 November 2011

Return Flight Blues

A week before you go on holiday, you start to get butterflies in your tummy. A nervous kind of excitement. You’ve been looking forward to this holiday all year. It’s the time of year when you can switch off your Blackberry, ignore your email and indulge yourself in a good book or two. Every time you’ve been near the shops, you have just had to pop in and see what their holiday shop is like. Sunscreen, flip-flops, beach towel and swimwear: check! You’ve got all your necessities and are ready for a weeks holidaying in the sun. Everyone loves holidays, whether you are lucky enough to go away for a week, a fortnight or maybe even a month or more. Heathrow Escorts see thousands of holiday-makers a year jetting off to foreign lands, smiles plastered on their faces, anticipating the break they are about to embark on.

It is the time that you revel in the peace and tranquility and escape from day-today life. Every one has different ideas of what makes a perfect holiday. It might consist of lounging on the beach, reading a book and taking in some sun and topping up your tan. Perhaps being a little bit more adventurous is your thing? A back packing holiday in Thailand or Australia; seeing the sights and wonders of the world. You may even just want a small city break, somewhere in Europe. Whatever type of holiday you prefer, they are always eagerly anticipated. Escort Heathrow airport love nothing more than a beach holiday. Lounging by the pool, sipping cocktails and soaking up the rays.

Waiting for the day of your flight, seems to be a slow process. You count down the days, eager to jet abroad and leave everyday life behind you. The outbound flight is the most exciting. Waiting to feel the wheels touch down on the runway and hear the announcement of the pilot informing you of the temperature outdoors. The rush of warmth that hits your face as you disembark the plane. This is what you have been waiting for. During the holiday you enjoy the sights, relaxation and overall buzz of being on your holiday. You enjoy the respite and not having a care in the world, but it isn’t long before you realise that you only have a few days left. Why is it that holidays always go so quick? Before you know it, you need to pack up, and go home. The journey to the airport is always disappointing. However long your holiday is, it never seems long enough. You always wish you could just have a few more days! Disembarking the plane back in the UK (or wherever you may be travelling home to) is thoroughly disheartening. There is baggage reclaim, passport control, all the standard rituals constituting your arrival back home. Escorts London have witnessed many families, friends and couples arriving home with sad, but sun burnt faces. It seems that everyone dreads coming back to Blighty, especially as it is always raining. 

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