I’ve been in Peru, but now I’m back. And I have so much to share…

The trip was beyond amazing and I can’t wait to tell you all about it. But first, I want to share with you (drumroll please) The People of International Travel
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The mullet man.There’s always a man with a mullet and apparently it’s internationally fashionable.
The overpowered gateattendant who claims there are not two seats available together when in fact the plane is half empty (or half full if you’re an optimist).
The middle-aged traveler who just dropped two grand at REI and is wearing just about every purchase. This is just a hunch but I don’t think anyone going anywhere needs to wear a fishing vest while flying. And by the way, her fancy water bottle had a leak and spilled mid-flight.
The drunk groupthat is acting like they haven’t been let out of their cages in a decade. International travel = free drinks.
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The honeymooners.Get a room, or at least a bathroom.
The flight tracker lady. You know the one, instead of watching any of the 500 TV shows or movies that are provided for free, she literally watches the flight tracker for six hours straight. I call it the adult version of ‘are we there yet?
The old man who messes up his immigration forms and waves furiously at anyone wearing a blue vest thinking it’s a flight attendant trying to get a new one.
 The facemask people. Honestly I find the entire thing a tad insulting. What makes the masked people think that they’re healthier than the unmasked passengers? What if we’re all healthy and they’re all sick. Huh? Ever think of that?
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The excessive farter (who I coincidentally believe is the old man that messed up his immigration form).
The non-sleeper (a.k.a. me). I have a hard enough time sleeping in an actual bed, much less sitting up on a flight with mullet men, REI ladies, drunk groups, honeymooners, flight trackers, face maskers, and excessive farters.
Next time I’m totally bringing a sleeping mask from All Natural Sleep Shop to block out all of this nonsense. Come to think of it, I may need invest in headphones and a nose plug as well.

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