Hydrated flight

I don’t think I’ve ever been as hydrated as I was on this 15-hour flight. I brought on and finished one big bottle of wu long tea (who am I and who is starting to drink tea again?!), two small cartons of coconut water (yay Mannings), 2 apples, 1 pear, and drank at least 4 or 5 cups of hot “Chinese tea” in the 15 hours of flying. šŸ˜€ Love aisle seats which allow me to do this. šŸ˜€ I’ll always remember to buy coconut water at the airport before a flight from now on.

To go a step further would be to hydrate my exterior by doing sheet masks on the plane. We all know how dehydrated the airspace is. But using a sheet mask calls for a freshly cleansedĀ  face. How do you do that with the grimy washroom basin water?! You can barely wash your hands thoroughly with the minimal water nevermind drenching and rinsing your whole face. How do other girls do it?? Do they just wash their face right before boarding in the bigger airport washrooms and then slap on the sheet mask immediately when they find their seat on the plane? I have questions about this. šŸ¤”

About stenoodie

I'm a stenographer, foodie, and avid traveller just trying to find her place in the world.
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