Here's the menu... (This is for Nancy, who took pictures of every meal she ate with us in Hawaii.)
Even the peanuts were fancy!
The supper... I had STEAK on an AIRPLANE. What?
Scott and Bobby both slept really well on the airplane.
Bobby fell asleep with his hand in the bag of peanuts...
Those noise-cancelling headphones were complimentary.
Is that not an amazing airplane seat??
We landed in Hong Kong at heaven knows what time of day... Each time we landed, we had to go through security again. With five carry-ons, two kids, and a stroller. We loved it.
We flew for 3 hours from Hong Kong to Singapore and then another 3 hours from Singapore to Vientiane, Laos. So flying for 21 hours from a time zone that's 14 hours ahead of where you started has its benefits. You've slept and been awake and eaten at such weird times that you really have no starting point for "your time zone" anymore, so adjusting is not as hard as you might think. We landed at 3pm and waited at the airport for about 2 hours filling out paperwork for visas and then waiting for a car to take us to Matt's work to pick up our car so we could drive to our new home, so by the time we went out for a few groceries and some dinner, it was time for bed anyway and we were ready to sleep. It all worked out.
My best piece of advice from this trip: never eat pork and century egg congee. Blech!