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Great Air Canada Executive First To Peru  
User currently offlineakhmad From Netherlands, joined Sep 2005, 2438 posts, RR: 53
Posted (11 months 2 days 16 hours ago) and read 30837 times:

Introduction







This is the rhythm of the night





Arrivals level. Note the purple signage.



the night
oh yeah





Departures level curb. Note the Terminal Link Bus Stop.



the rhythm of the night





Terminal Link interior



’Say, Corona! We are going beyond Toronto, aren’t we?’
‘Is this an answer to your question?’





My boarding pass



’When did you get that?’
‘Sometime within the 24-hour period prior to the departure of our flight by using one of Air Canada’s convenient self-service options,’





Web Check-in




Web Check-in homepage



’First and last name, departure city and identification number were required to enter,’





Passenger select



’Then it was about following the on-screen instructions, wasn’t it? What about our seat selection?’





Seat map



’Call Center Agent Miss Monali has taken care of it,’





Flight information



‘What about our travel documents?’





Additional travel information



‘The destination we are travelling to requires us to provide the information,’





Additional travel information



’All fixed!’





Print documents



’Our web check-in process was completed!’





Before Security



’Apart from printing our boarding passes at home, we could print them at the airport by seeing an agent at the check-in counter,’





Aisle A



’Pick any position between 7 to 12 for Elite, Executive First/Executive Class or Star Alliance Gold,’





Positions 9 and 10



“Did you pick up your baggage and recheck it?”
“We dropped it off at the connection drop-off belt in Terminal 3. Is that okay?”
“That’s fine! I just wanted to make sure you did that. Well, enjoy your flight then! Just follow the E gates signs over there,”




Signs




Dedication to flightsimboy and Nils (Sultanils)


Friends, be welcome!  







Friends forever
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User currently offlineakhmad From Netherlands, joined Sep 2005, 2438 posts, RR: 53
Reply 1, posted (11 months 2 days 16 hours ago) and read 31065 times:

’Hey, how do we get here?’





Maple Leaf Lounge



’Just follow YYZ’s security requirements and you will clear pre-board security screening in less than five minutes! Welcome to serene escape from the bustle of airport activity!’





Comfortable setting with warm natural colors



’How about refreshing hot beverage from Van Houtte Inc.? It’s a successful Montreal, Quebec, Canada based gourmet coffee roasting company since 1919, named after its founder French-born Albert-Louis Van Houtte,’





Coffee or espresso



’Or do you prefer something cold from Coca-Cola Company, Dr Pepper Snapple Group or H.J. Heinz Company?’





Juices and sodas



’Perhaps something stronger?’





Spirits. Note empty wine bottles.



’Or less stronger?’





Beers



’Coloradoan Coors Light Cold Certified, Harp Irish Lager, Molson Canadian or Irish Guinness dry stout? What is going to be?’





Molson Canadian



’Just the locally made pale ale lager which is delicate, fragile and yet strong at the same time like this symbiosis of industry and poetry extraordinary at Level 3,’





Earthbound… Unbound 2003 by Ingo Maurer



’Otherwise balanced and yet symmetrical like the creation of American artist Richard Serra at Level 2,’





Tilted Spheres



’What a dominating sculpture that greets Toronto’s international guests and sees them off once general boarding begins,’





Priority Boarding



’Do you know that eligible customers can board at their leisure on flights operated by aircraft with more than 50 seats?’





211 seater



Friends forever
User currently offlineakhmad From Netherlands, joined Sep 2005, 2438 posts, RR: 53
Reply 2, posted (11 months 2 days 16 hours ago) and read 31052 times:

On board





Flights Status

Route: YYZLIM
Date: May 27, 2013
ETD/ATD: 23.45 / 23.40
ETA/ATA: 06.35 / 06.25
Flight number: AC 080
Plane: Boeing 767-375ER
Registration: C-GHOZ
First delivered: March 31, 1989 to Canadian Airlines as C-FCAU
Flight deck: Captain Larry Dugan



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“Welcome aboard,” Purser Bruno warmly greeted us. “Your seat is on your right,”




My 5A



’Imagine the indulgence of comfortable pillow, duvet and complimentary amenity kit in your own Executive First Suite’s privacy and space’





Legroom at 70 inch pitch. Note the high privacy screen on the left, footrest upfront and storage underneath.



“Something to drink?” Motherly Flight Attendant Sally presented a tray with orange juice and Champagne.




My choice served on cocktail tray



‘It’s Champagne Drappier Carte d’Or Brut, voted the best Champagne in the air in 2006! Cheers to our first flight ever with AC!’





Cabin view from 5A



‘Thanks to the implementation of seamless Interline Electronic Ticketing,’





Our full itinerary. Guess AC’s Interline E-ticket Partner.



‘1L has been closed!’





Pushback at 23.40



‘Bruno and Sally are standing on alert in the aisle which means the safety video is being played. Let’s pay attention!’





For your safety



Evacuation on water



“Flight attendants, take your seat for takeoff. Thank you!”



Friends forever
User currently offlineakhmad From Netherlands, joined Sep 2005, 2438 posts, RR: 53
Reply 3, posted (11 months 2 days 16 hours ago) and read 31009 times:

Inflight



’Imagine yourself being in a fine restaurant,’





Inviting atmosphere. Note the large tray table.



’With attentive service from Bruno and Sally,’





Menu and wine list



“May I?”




Dressed for fine dining



’There comes Bruno again!’





Drink trolley



“Something to drink?”




Wines selected by AC’s wine expert Ken Chase



“Can I have Champagne, please?”
“Sure. My colleague will bring you the light meal soon,”




Turkey and Gruyère Croque Monsieur Half with grilled vegetables



“Do you want some cookies?”
“I will have one, please,”
“Just one? How about two?”




Freshly baked cookies



“Are you sure you have enough cookies? You can have more if you like,”
“I am fine. Thank you,”
“Enjoy your meal,”




Light meal presentation



‘How do you like the Croque Monsieur?’
‘Delectable savory French classic with contemporary twist of turkey whilst the sweet grilled vegetables are somewhat saying, “Voulez vous coucher avec moi ce soir”
‘What about the cookies?’
‘Imagine the sensation of melting chocolate at every bite of these moist US classics,’
‘That calls for music!’





Main Menu on 12 inch touch-screen TV



‘Up to 600 hours of digital entertainment available on-demand at the touch of your finger! How about one of 12 channels of satellite radio?’





8 showed of 12 channels



’Maybe one of 100 music albums?’





7 showed of 23 genres



‘Whichever it will be, you can’t go wrong with these,’





Noise-cancelling Sennheiser headphones



‘By the way, you look more into sleeping!’





Entertainment control above and seat control underneath. Note ‘Zzz’ button recline.



’Just relax in your own personal oasis,’





Lie-flat mode measuring 191 cm long and 53 cm wide



‘Make yourself feel good, body and mind. Just like the philosophy of Escents Aromatherapy’s founder Jacqui MacNeill,’





Amenity kit’s content. Note Escents Aromatherapy collection of Mojito Moisturizing Lip Balm, Breeze Hand & Body Lotion and Breeze Moisturizing Cleansing Cloth



‘Sleep tight and sweet dream,’




Friends forever
User currently offlineakhmad From Netherlands, joined Sep 2005, 2438 posts, RR: 53
Reply 4, posted (11 months 2 days 16 hours ago) and read 30967 times:

‘Look! Another South American camelid!’





Alpaca and its shepherd



‘Resembling a small llama in appearance, this domesticated species is kept in herds that graze on the level heights of the Andes,’





Herd of alpaca on the road of National Reserve Patahuasi



‘Most of them like to enjoy humans at arm’s length rather than snuggle with them. So, don’t get too close for comfort!’





Encounter with alpaca



‘I have got something on my face! Where is the bathroom?’
‘Are you awake? Don’t panic!’





Lavatory



‘Cleanse your hands and get the feeling of pampering pleasure and freshness,’





Fruits & Passion No 312 collection of Ocean Flower Hand Soap and Rich Hand Cream



‘How about a refreshing drink?’





Dasani Purified Water, placed in bottle holder.



“Do you want some coffee?” Smiling Sally appeared on my side. “I have made a fresh one,”




Second Cup coffee



’Freshly made of Second Cup Corazon coffee! Do you know that in addition to its cafés, Second Cup chose AC to serve this blend exclusively on board?’
‘Second Cup?’
‘It’s Canada's largest Canadian-based specialty coffee retailer, founded in 1975 by Tom Culligan and Frank O'Dea,’
‘Second Cup is a public company in Canada unlike its counterpart Van Houtte, right?’
‘Correct! Hey, the cabin lights are illuminated!’





Cabin view before pre-arrival breakfast service



“We will be serving breakfast in a moment. Do you want anything else while waiting?”




Fresh Orange Juice



‘What’s on the menu, by the way?’





Menu



“Do you want Croissant or Blueberry Muffin?”




My choice. Note Dickinson’s Pure Strawberry Jam mini jar, Saputo Whipped Butter cup and Yoplait Yoptimal Yogurt



’Fancy sweet buttery start of Croissant with jam and butter before savoring the healthy Yogurt? Or are you more into the fresh one to commence?’





Sliced seasonal Fruit



’In any case, all of them are nicely fruity,’





Pre-arrival breakfast tray



“What do you like to have? Omelette or Pancakes?”




My choice



’Feeling revived after having fresh and fluffy Parsley Omelette, juicy Chicken Sausage and crumbly Yukon Potato on a splash of spicy Salsa?’
‘¡Si!’
‘We’ve got yet something to do!’






Baggage Declaration Form



’Let’s arrange it as our arrival is imminent,’





Autoplay map



’Just look out of the window!’





Sunrise above the Andes



“Flight attendants, take your seat for landing!”



Friends forever
User currently offlineakhmad From Netherlands, joined Sep 2005, 2438 posts, RR: 53
Reply 5, posted (11 months 2 days 16 hours ago) and read 30911 times:

Jorge Chávez International Airport



You could put some joy upon my face





LAN CC-CWF at Remote Gate 27



Oh sunshine in a empty place





Docked at Gate 18, next to LA CC-CYE.



Take me to turn to
and babe I’ll make you stay





Thank you, C-GHOZ! Note CC-CYE departing.



’This way, Corona!’





Immigration



‘Apart from Baggage Declaration Form, you have to fill this out to be presented along with your passport,’





Andean Migration Card



’Once your entrance has been validated at one of 30 Immigration positions, the officer will return a smaller stub of the Andean Migration Card,’





Copy of my smaller stub



‘Don’t lose it until your departure! Hey, how about last minute shopping upon arrival?’





Duty Free Shop



’Why don’t we just figure out which one of 6 baggage belts is assigned for our flight?’





Baggage belt information monitor



’Your wish is my command, Master!’





Belt 6



’Hey, look!’





Our joint suitcase



This is the rhythm of my life
my life
oh yeah
the rhythm of my life




Friends forever
User currently offlineakhmad From Netherlands, joined Sep 2005, 2438 posts, RR: 53
Reply 6, posted (11 months 2 days 16 hours ago) and read 30879 times:

Islas Ballestas



‘Well, here we are!’





Cormorants. Note the white stork.



‘Seabirds everywhere! Where are we?’
‘El Chaco, the Paracas peninsula’s main village! Come!’





Paloma del Cabo



‘Welcome aboard!’





Forward view from the last row. Note our tour guide Jorge up front.



‘Hey, there is no cabin on board!’
‘That’s why we should dress properly to protect against wind and spray just like the guys over there!’





Fishermen



‘The sea can get rough, so sufferers of motion sickness should take medication before boarding. Hey, don’t get seasick yet! Look over there!’





Candelabra Geoglyph



‘Etched into the sandy hills, this giant three-pronged figure measures more than 150 meter high and 50 meter wide. No one knows exactly who made the glyph, or when, or what it signifies,’
‘But theories abound, right?’
‘Yes, some propound that it served as a navigational guide for sailors and based on the constellation of Southern Cross. Speaking of constellation, what about that?’





Peruvian boobies



‘The name of these colonial breeders on islands and coasts was possibly based on the Spanish slang term “bobo”, which means stupid,’
‘Why?’
‘These tame birds had a habit of landing on board sailing ships where they were easily captured and eaten sadly. Anyway, welcome to Islas Ballestas! Or the "poor man’s Galapagos" as the islands are grandiosely nicknamed,’





Misty overview



‘Look how the islands form by natural structures like arches…,’









‘… and caves,’










‘Our boat tour doesn’t actually disembark on to the islands, but it gets us close enough to the wildlife for a good look,’





Peruvian pelicans and Humboldt penguins



’Peruvian pelicans live on the west coast of South America, from Lobos de Tierra Island in Peru to Pupuya Islet in Chile,’
‘Just like the Humboldt penguins which breed in coastal Peru and Chili. Do you know that these medium-sized penguins are named after the cold water current they swim in?’
‘Which is itself named after Prussian geographer and explorer Friedrich Wilhelm Heinrich Alexander von Humboldt, right? Hey, look at those ones on the rock!’





Fur seals



‘The fur seals are marked by their dense underfur which made them a long-time object of commercial hunting,’
‘Hopefully they are safe here along with their relatives,’





Sea lions. Note the lone Swallow-tailed Gull.



‘Do you know that fur seals are most closely related to sea lions than true seals? They share with them external ears, relatively long and muscular fore flippers and the ability to walk on all fours,’
‘Our tour is coming to an end! Say goodbye then!’





Waving pelican



‘Back to Lima now?’
‘Not yet! We’re bound for 70 kilometers southeast,’





Landscape on the way


[Edited 2013-08-29 08:48:09]


Friends forever
User currently offlineakhmad From Netherlands, joined Sep 2005, 2438 posts, RR: 53
Reply 7, posted (11 months 2 days 16 hours ago) and read 30855 times:

Hotel Las Dunas







‘Welcome to the most luxurious hotel in Ica, located off Panamericana Sur Highway Km 300! Guess where it is named after?’





Golf course. Note the sand dune in the background.



‘Let’s go for a walk along the premises!’





Garden overview



‘Fancy bird watching?’





Peacock



‘Can you imagine that along the landscape, dry enough for Martians, out jumps lush green oasis?’





Pilgrim Geese



‘How do you like this view outside your room?’





Patio



‘Harmony of rest and relaxation since the hotel’s opening for business in 1976!’





Stylish Full Standard room with King Size bed



‘Not yet crashing out! Peruvian national drink is waiting for us!’





Pisco Sour



‘This famous cocktail is an invention of Victor Vaughn Morris, American bartender in the early 1920s, using Peruvian Pisco as the base liquor with addition of lemon juice, syrup, ice, egg white and Angostura bitters,’
‘Hence the Peruvian annual public holiday on the first Saturday in February to celebrate International Pisco Sour Day?’
‘Correct! Hey, how about having dinner the South American cowboy way in hotel’s restaurant “La Achirana”?’





Bife Gaucho



‘Though we may need some body workout afterwards,’





Climbing wall



‘You look so serious in all sudden!’
‘Of the theories about Candelabra Geoglyph, some connect it to the Nazca Lines, right?’





Condor


[Edited 2013-08-29 08:46:05]


Friends forever
User currently offlineakhmad From Netherlands, joined Sep 2005, 2438 posts, RR: 53
Reply 8, posted (11 months 2 days 16 hours ago) and read 30844 times:

Conclusion



Dear friends,

Whilst writing, it occurred to me that I had my first flight ever with a North American airline. Let it be Air Canada, Best Airline in North America four years in a row according to Skytrax.  

How fortunate I was to travel with the comfort of a fully flat bed from Canada to yet undiscovered continent of South America and share the experience with my greatest travel companion Herman.

Apart from personal space of Executive First Suite, it were the people of AC whose service made our trip truly relaxing. So, allow me to thank:

Sally and Bruno for taking good care of us on board;
Miss Monali for her assistance on the phone.

I sincerely hope that flightsimboy and Nils will accept the dedication of my story from Toronto in Canada until Islas Ballestas in Peru.

Last but not least to all of you, thank you so much for reading!


Warm regards,



Sally and Suryo



Exciting KLM World Business Class To Toronto (by akhmad Jul 14 2013 in Trip Reports)

[Edited 2013-08-29 08:24:04]


Friends forever
User currently offlineLuxair747SP From Germany, joined May 2010, 504 posts, RR: 17
Reply 9, posted (11 months 2 days 15 hours ago) and read 30660 times:

Hi Suryo,

Great report about your experience on AC down to South America.
The meals look both great and the service also not bad!
Did you like the heringbone style arrangement of the seats?

Also stunning pictures from Peru, a place that is not covered well in reports.

Thanks for sharing
Cheers,
Johannes


User currently offlinelychemsa From United States of America, joined Oct 2009, 1166 posts, RR: 3
Reply 10, posted (11 months 2 days 15 hours ago) and read 30580 times:

It seems that Paracas nearby is a nicer place to stay. That;s my plan. However I had no idea about Ica. It seems to be an interesting place to visit.

AC in Y still offer 32" legroom which is great these days. I just flew them from London to Halifax. Their aircraft seem to be pretty old. It shows in the loos.

I still can't forget when they lost my suitcase and never found it again from GVA to New York via YUL. A very traumatic experience.

C seems great.

Your reports are always fantastic.


User currently offlineSpdBrdConcorde From United States of America, joined Jan 2004, 171 posts, RR: 0
Reply 11, posted (11 months 2 days 14 hours ago) and read 30465 times:

Suryo

A very nice trip report.It is well composed and to the point.Congrats on your first NA carrier.I flew AC YYZ-FRA earlier this year and enjoyed the trip greatly.The pictures are wonderful and very interesting. I am a fan of the Herringbone layout which plagues AC,DL,9W,VS and CX to some extent.Thanks for sharing the trip with us.

Regards
Vivek


User currently offlinePlaneHunter From Germany, joined Mar 2006, 6714 posts, RR: 78
Reply 12, posted (11 months 2 days 14 hours ago) and read 30432 times:

Hi Suryo,

great second part of your series, I had been waiting for this one! What a nice selection of high quality pictures - and very good to see you chose AC - I also tried its Executive First some weeks ago and I really enjoyed it.

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):

“Something to drink?” Motherly Flight Attendant Sally presented a tray with orange juice and Champagne.

I was offered orange juice and sparking wine before departure.

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
‘It’s Champagne Drappier Carte d’Or Brut, voted the best Champagne in the air in 2006! Cheers to our first flight ever with AC!’

It was very tasty!

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Lie-flat mode measuring 191 cm long and 53 cm wide

I was amazed by the high level of comfort. Other than expected, I didn't feel cramped at all. But looking out of the window was a bit difficult.

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Wines selected by AC’s wine expert Ken Chase

Did you try the Malbec? That one was excellent.


I'm looking forward to the next part!


PH



Nothing's worse than flying the same reg twice!
User currently offlineSultanils From Belgium, joined Mar 2010, 1658 posts, RR: 30
Reply 13, posted (11 months 1 day 23 hours ago) and read 29560 times:
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Hi akhmad,

Good to see the 2nd account of your travels to Peru. A nice voyage down south, courtesy of Air Canada, you were treated very well onboard it seems! As you know I’ve visited Peru as well some 10 years ago. LIM has drastically changed for the better, in the international terminal there were no jet bridges, the plane parked right next to the terminal. You can imagine my excitement when deboarding my favourite Airbus, the A343, upon arrival from MAD. IB may not have the best service around, but the price was by far the cheapest, the flight was on time and we got there saf and sound. Nice to see some Peru pics, they bring back nice memories of the great time the Mss and Me had there backpacking  

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
My boarding pass

I like that French translation on it: ‘Super Affaires’.

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Dedication to flightsimboy and Nils (Sultanils)

Thanks!

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Maple Leaf Lounge

The first look is that of a greenhouse but I’m sure the resemblance was only minor?

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Note empty wine bottles.

Do you have something to confess Suryo  Wow!

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Light meal presentation

Looks OK although not overhelmingly so. Was the croque monsieur crunchy as it should be?

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
“Voulez vous coucher avec moi ce soir”

I hope you didn’t ask that question literally   Or did you ask Herman?

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Sennheiser headphones

My brand of choice as well although I don’t have the noise cancelling ones.

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Sunrise above the Andes

Gorgeous and a promising sight of what was to come.

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Peruvian boobies

Lol, this made me think of other things at first. Must be my dirty mind 

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
I sincerely hope that flightsimboy and Nils will accept the dedication of my story from Toronto in Canada until Islas Ballestas in Peru.

Accepted with great pleasure my friend!

Sultanils



In thrust we trust.
User currently onlineThe777Man From United States of America, joined Jul 1999, 6500 posts, RR: 55
Reply 14, posted (11 months 1 day 22 hours ago) and read 29427 times:

Hi Suryo !

Thanks for another fantastic report with fantastic pictures !

Quoting akhmad (Reply 2):
My 5A

Looks roomy and comfortable.

Quoting akhmad (Reply 2):
Legroom at 70 inch pitch. Note the high privacy screen on the left, footrest upfront and storage underneath.

Looks very narrow. I know it's the same seat but perhaps the angle make it feel much more narrow than the previous picture.

Also it looks like the seat is at quite an angle to the window so it could be difficult to look outside. I'm not so sure I would like that seat.

Quoting akhmad (Reply 3):
Turkey and Gruyère Croque Monsieur Half with grilled vegetables

I thought that was the appetizer......I have to say that I'm surprised that there wasn't more to eat on a flight like that.

I think that carriers from North America to Northern South America serve similar meals due the length of the flights.

Quoting akhmad (Reply 4):
My choice

Looks great and would have been my choice as well.

Looking forward very much to your next part !

The777Man



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User currently onlineYYZatcboy From Canada, joined Apr 2005, 1066 posts, RR: 0
Reply 15, posted (11 months 21 hours ago) and read 28123 times:
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Great TR. Peru looks beautiful.

If you happen to make your next NA carrier WS I again extend the invitation to let me know.

Glad to see you had a great trip! The food looked surprisingly good!

Cheers
Joe



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User currently offlineadamspotter From Netherlands, joined Feb 2011, 1118 posts, RR: 4
Reply 16, posted (11 months 19 hours ago) and read 27931 times:
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Goedemiddag Suryo!

Another fantastic report you put together here accompanied with many nice pictures!!
Your reports sure are one of a kind  

What a great idea to fly to Peru via YYZ which is a great airport IMHO.. Especially to North American standards  
It looks like your first experience with AC was a very good one thanks to the 2 FAs. I am not a fan of the herringbone configuration myself, it looks a bit cramped while looking at the pictures, although I am sure it's not that cramped when sitting there. The only down part is looking out the window can prove to be quite a challenge!

What a beautiful pictures of Peru, that resort looks very nice and relaxing  

Thanks for sharing yet another epic report, looking forward to your next one!

Fijn weekend!

cheers,

Brendan


User currently offlineeastafspot From France, joined Jan 2008, 742 posts, RR: 12
Reply 17, posted (10 months 4 weeks 1 day 20 hours ago) and read 27241 times:

Suryo,

Many thanks for another detailed review of your first North American carrier.
The non aviation pictures are extremely interesting and the descriptions of Peru's fauna fascinated me.

Do you remember if this mouthwatering croque monsieur was the unique dinner option?

Quoting akhmad (Reply 4):
‘I have got something on my face!

Haha, what a funny nightmare!

Quoting Sultanils (Reply 13):
Lol, this made me think of other things at first. Must be my dirty mind 

   it was the same here ! 

Looking forward to reading your next adventure  



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User currently offlineAyostoLeon From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 18, posted (10 months 4 weeks 1 day 18 hours ago) and read 27137 times:

Hi Suryo. Good to see your latest instalment uploaded. I seem to have been under a misapprehension because I got the idea that with the delayed departure of your KLM flight, you only had limited time to make the connection. I was expecting a mad dash, mild panic (or at least an elevated heart beat). But luckily it appears that everything worked out fine.

I note that you had to clear immigration and re-check your bags. The security and check-in process looks as if everything was efficiently managed: how was the immigration perocess? Do they have priority lanes for premium passengers or is it a matter of hoping you have joined what looks like the faster queue?

AC's service looks good and I guess the evening meal was large enough so as not to make sleep uncomfortable, particularly if a snack was available in the lounge before boarding. Like others, I am not a fan of the herringbone seating arrangement: too reminiscent of battery farming.  

Great photos of the wildlife on the islands - looks like standing room only in those rookeries. Thanks for sharing and for Herman's contribution of his photographic skills.

I look forward to the next part. Keep well.


User currently offlineOA260 From Ireland, joined Nov 2006, 26852 posts, RR: 58
Reply 19, posted (10 months 4 weeks 1 day 17 hours ago) and read 27054 times:

Hey Suryo  

Great report and as usual lovely pictures. I was looking forward to this one after a sneak preview   . AC look good and I like their product. I had a lovely flight on them a while back.

Pisco sour looks yummy   That steak is making me want to cook something also.

Looking forward to the next part.

Regards

Philip  


User currently offlineinfodesk From Switzerland, joined May 2006, 1447 posts, RR: 33
Reply 20, posted (10 months 4 weeks 1 day 1 hour ago) and read 26498 times:

Morning Suryo,

Another high quality report, as always. Thank you for including so many beautiful pictures of Peru.

My only flights on AC were a very long time ago, travelling as an UM to Toronto so I have a bit of a soft spot for the airline.

The seats in Executive First look so comfortable, but I still don’t like the cabin layout. Firstly it must be far more difficult to enjoy the window view and secondly I think the cabin seems much more cramped & claustrophobic.

The food appears tasty enough on board but perhaps not quite up to par with other carriers you’ve been on recently.

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Most of them like to enjoy humans at arm’s length rather than snuggle with them. So, don’t get too close for comfort!’

I just love that photo! The expression on both your faces is just priceless  
Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
’Just look out of the window!’

That is an amazing shot and what a way to be welcomed to South America.

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Etched into the sandy hills, this giant three-pronged figure measures more than 150 meter high and 50 meter wide. No one knows exactly who made the glyph, or when, or what it signifies,’

Most unusual.

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
The fur seals are marked by their dense underfur which made them a long-time object of commercial hunting,’
‘Hopefully they are safe here along with their relatives,’

How anyone can hunt these beautiful creatures is just beyond me  I really do hope they are safe with their relatives.

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
‘How do you like this view outside your room?’

Very nice. Reminds me of Greece!

Happy flying
Infodesk   



"Do nothing in haste, look well to each step and from the beginning think what may be the end" - Edward Whymper
User currently offlineWidebodyroga From United States of America, joined Sep 2008, 613 posts, RR: 16
Reply 21, posted (10 months 4 weeks 7 hours ago) and read 25866 times:

Dear Suryo,

What an innovative way to write a trip report! I enjoyed it thoroughly! Congrats on your first flight on a North American carrier. Surprisingly, I have yet to fly Air Canada, and judging by your experience, I'm missing out. I was once booked to fly them but a snowstorm cancelled the flight and I got rebooked on a different carrier.

Quoting akhmad (Reply 4):
Encounter with alpaca

I love that photo. Your face looks like you just got offended by something that the alpaca said...

Quoting akhmad (Reply 6):
Islas Ballestas

Thank you for the very interesting photos of this place I have never heard! What a treat to get to visit it  .

Many thanks,

Stojan



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User currently offlinejfidler From United States of America, joined Aug 2000, 352 posts, RR: 0
Reply 22, posted (10 months 4 weeks 1 hour ago) and read 25559 times:

Great report. I really like the herringbone layout on AC, and I actually seek it out on my trips to Asia from the US, as that's a lot of time on board. I'm always on AC's 777s for trips from YYZ to China/HK. What I like about the layout (which is 1-2-1 on the 777) is that all seats have aisle access, so you never bother your seatmate nor do they bother you. This way I can work and sleep on my schedule.

On longer flights like that, the croque monsieur sandwich is a between-meal snack, and is indeed quite tasty.


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Reply 23, posted (10 months 3 weeks 6 days 17 hours ago) and read 25324 times:

Nice report Suryo...looks like you enjoyed your AC flights. The 767 looks nice, but I can't understamd why they didn't install new overheads - those old ones look awful!

Nice photos from Peru too - looks great, i'll have to go sometime.



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Reply 24, posted (10 months 3 weeks 6 days 11 hours ago) and read 25076 times:

Hi Suryo,

Well, Happy 8th A.net birthday, and what a anice report to mark it in with. I really enjoyed this, since I had no idea you had been out in Peru - this is very adventurous.

AC underwhelmed from my viewers perspective, but it was interesting to see a long(ish) haul intra American flight.

I was in Toronto 2 years prior, and it is a nice airport, good to see it again. I will see Vancouver in a little under a month. Very excited!

Luke



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User currently offlineflightsimboy From Canada, joined Sep 2005, 1235 posts, RR: 5
Reply 25, posted (10 months 3 weeks 2 days 13 hours ago) and read 24058 times:
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Hello Suryo,

Nice to see the next segment of your trip report on here..

The dedication:

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Dedication to flightsimboy and Nils (Sultanils)

Thank you Suryo...this means so much to me....always appreciated my dear friend!!

Quoting akhmad (Reply 8):
I sincerely hope that flightsimboy and Nils will accept the dedication of my story from Toronto in Canada until Islas Ballestas in Peru.

Thank you so much once again Suryo!!

The report:

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Terminal Link interior

Glad you made it on that bus despite your tight connection times....still remember that night tracking your arrival and departure out of YYZ

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Additional travel information

Date de naissance! lol.....

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Friends, be welcome!  

Believe it or not, I only see this when I am entering back into Canada...for some reason I think when leaving I am too eager to get to the gate, that I might have overlooked it.

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Molson Canadian

Very Canadian picture...Molson Canadian and Air Canada napkins!!

Quoting akhmad (Reply 3):
Dressed for fine dining

Not very crisp white linen there...a bit tacky

Quoting akhmad (Reply 3):
“Voulez vous coucher avec moi ce soir”

ha,ha....Hope the grilled veggies did not get up and start gyrating like the girls in the video lol

Quoting akhmad (Thread starter):
Encounter with alpaca

Cute...Love the expression on your face!!

Quoting akhmad (Reply 4):
Freshly made of Second Cup Corazon coffee! Do you know that in addition to its cafés, Second Cup chose AC to serve this blend exclusively on board?’
‘Second Cup?’
‘It’s Canada's largest Canadian-based specialty coffee retailer, founded in 1975 by Tom Culligan and Frank O'Dea,’
‘Second Cup is a public company in Canada unlike its counterpart Van Houtte, right?’

Sadly you see more Starbuck coffee shops around (and of course Tim Horton's) but no so much Second Cup.

Quoting akhmad (Reply 4):
Sunrise above the Andes

Gorgeous...almost like being in a dream...magical

Quoting akhmad (Reply 5):
Our joint suitcase

How do you manage to fit in clothing for two, as well as Ariel's light clothing?

Quoting akhmad (Reply 6):
‘Look how the islands form by natural structures like arches…,’

Quoting akhmad (Reply 6):
… and caves,’

Must have been amazing to see this for yourself....can almost hear the waves and the birds!!

Quoting akhmad (Reply 6):
Peruvian pelicans and Humboldt penguins

’Peruvian pelicans live on the west coast of South America, from Lobos de Tierra Island in Peru to Pupuya Islet in Chile,’
‘Just like the Humboldt penguins which breed in coastal Peru and Chili. Do you know that these medium-sized penguins are named after the cold water current they swim in?’
‘Which is itself named after Prussian geographer and explorer Friedrich Wilhelm Heinrich Alexander von Humboldt, right? Hey, look at those ones on the rock!’

Fur seals

‘The fur seals are marked by their dense underfur which made them a long-time object of commercial hunting,’
‘Hopefully they are safe here along with their relatives,’

Sea lions. Note the lone Swallow-tailed Gull.

‘Do you know that fur seals are most closely related to sea lions than true seals? They share with them external ears, relatively long and muscular fore flippers and the ability to walk on all fours,’
‘Our tour is coming to an end! Say goodbye then!’

Thanks for the nature lesson, Prof Akhmad! Suryo you always amaze me how you leave no detail unturned.

Quoting akhmad (Reply 7):

Pisco Sour



‘This famous cocktail is an invention of Victor Vaughn Morris, American bartender in the early 1920s, using Peruvian Pisco as the base liquor with addition of lemon juice, syrup, ice, egg white and Angostura bitters,’
‘Hence the Peruvian annual public holiday on the first Saturday in February to celebrate International Pisco Sour Day?’

And another lesson on culture

Quoting akhmad (Reply 8):
Sally and Suryo

Glad you managed to fit a photo in here of the AC crews...I usually find myself hesitating to ask them for a pic!!


User currently offlineMSS658 From Belgium, joined Oct 2010, 2474 posts, RR: 15
Reply 26, posted (10 months 3 weeks 1 day 19 hours ago) and read 23695 times:

Hello Suryo

Nice to see the continuation of your American adventure.
Looks like you had a good flight on Air Canada, great service as most of the time.
Too bad I did not have the best memories of T1 at YYZ (more to come in the coming months)
The Herringbone configuration isn't one of my favorite's neither.

Greetings
Marc



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User currently offlinejwhite9185 From United Kingdom, joined May 2007, 1250 posts, RR: 4
Reply 27, posted (10 months 2 weeks 6 days 19 hours ago) and read 23149 times:

Hi Suryo, nice report once again. Is that AC flight actually marketed at first, because I'd say it looks more like a business product. Still looks pretty good though and seems you had no complaints.

Nice pictures from Peru also.

Whilst I have been to South America, it's a place that I'd like to explore on my own terms rather than how my parents wanted to do it, way back in 1994!



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User currently offlinelonghauler From Canada, joined Mar 2004, 4913 posts, RR: 43
Reply 28, posted (10 months 2 weeks 5 days 7 hours ago) and read 22641 times:

What a great TR, to a place I fly a lot. Thank you for taking the time to upload such beautiful pictures of Peru.

Quoting The777Man (Reply 14):

I thought that was the appetizer......I have to say that I'm surprised that there wasn't more to eat on a flight like that.

The flight leaves close to midnight. That meal was the "light snack" meal, with the main meal in the morning.

Quoting jwhite9185 (Reply 27):
Is that AC flight actually marketed at first, because I'd say it looks more like a business product.

It is Business Class, sold at a J fare. AC has two levels of J ... Executive Class, which is the domestic/transborder product, and Executive First, which is the international product. AC no longer has a First Class product.

Quoting gabrielchew (Reply 23):
The 767 looks nice, but I can't understamd why they didn't install new overheads - those old ones look awful!

The B767 was to be long gone by now. To make such a major investment when the B787 is coming by 2010 would be silly. The B767s that are staying longer, have been re-equipped with the new Boeing signature interior.

With regard to the herringbone J product, it was state of the art in 2006 when it was designed and installed, but is now dated and due to be replaced. The new product, currently in the new build B777s of this year, will be installed in most wide body aircraft in the fleet. It is similar to the J product on Swiss.

Most people don't like the herringbone layout, as you can't fly with someone, and you can never look out the window. Personally, I don't like the lack of privacy, as it opens out into the aisle, and those passing down the aisle always look in.



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User currently offline767747 From United States of America, joined Jan 2005, 1915 posts, RR: 24
Reply 29, posted (10 months 2 weeks 5 days 7 hours ago) and read 22626 times:
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Great report, Suryo!

Looks like you had a nice flight with Air Canada. Food looks quite good, and the service sounds great. I'm not a huge fan of the seating arrangement though, as it looks a bit cramped. Was it nice on-board?

Looking forward to seeing your return flight photos!

Matthew


User currently offlineakhmad From Netherlands, joined Sep 2005, 2438 posts, RR: 53
Reply 30, posted (10 months 2 weeks 2 days 17 hours ago) and read 21942 times:

Dear Johannes, lychemsa, Vivek, PH, Nils, Lars, Joe, Brendan, Léonard, Ayostus, Philip, Hannah, Stojan, jfidler, Gabriel, Luke, flightsimboy, Marc, James, Trick, Matthew,

Thank you very much for stopping by. I am sorry for my late reply.

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Johannes, lychemsa, Vivek, PH, Nils, Joe, Brendan, Ayostus, Philip, Hannah, Stojan, jfidler, Gabriel, flightsimboy, Marc, James, Trick, Matthew,

Quoting Luxair747SP (Reply 9):
Great report about your experience on AC down to South America.
Quoting lychemsa (Reply 10):
Your reports are always fantastic.
Quoting SpdBrdConcorde (Reply 11):
A very nice trip report.It is well composed and to the point.
Quoting SpdBrdConcorde (Reply 11):
The pictures are wonderful and very interesting.
Quoting PlaneHunter (Reply 12):
great second part of your series,
Quoting PlaneHunter (Reply 12):
What a nice selection of high quality pictures
Quoting Sultanils (Reply 13):
Good to see the 2nd account of your travels to Peru.
Quoting YYZatcboy (Reply 15):
Great TR.
Quoting adamspotter (Reply 16):
Another fantastic report you put together here accompanied with many nice pictures!!
Your reports sure are one of a kind   
Quoting AyostoLeon (Reply 18):
Good to see your latest instalment uploaded.
Quoting OA260 (Reply 19):
Great report and as usual lovely pictures.
Quoting infodesk (Reply 20):
Another high quality report, as always.
Quoting Widebodyroga (Reply 21):
What an innovative way to write a trip report! I enjoyed it thoroughly!
Quoting jfidler (Reply 22):
Great report.
Quoting gabrielchew (Reply 23):
Nice report Suryo...
Quoting flightsimboy (Reply 25):
Nice to see the next segment of your trip report on here..
Quoting MSS658 (Reply 26):
Nice to see the continuation of your American adventure.
Quoting jwhite9185 (Reply 27):
nice report once again.
Quoting longhauler (Reply 28):
What a great TR, to a place I fly a lot.
Quoting 767747 (Reply 29):
Great report, Suryo!

Thank you for the kind words!   


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Johannes, Vivek, Lars, Brendan, Léonard, Ayostus, Stojan, Trick,

Quoting Luxair747SP (Reply 9):
Thanks for sharing
Quoting SpdBrdConcorde (Reply 11):
Thanks for sharing the trip with us.
Quoting The777Man (Reply 14):
Thanks for another fantastic report with fantastic pictures !
Quoting adamspotter (Reply 16):
Thanks for sharing yet another epic report,
Quoting eastafspot (Reply 17):
Many thanks for another detailed review of your first North American carrier.
Quoting AyostoLeon (Reply 18):
Thanks for sharing and for Herman's contribution of his photographic skills.
Quoting Widebodyroga (Reply 21):
Thank you for the very interesting photos of this place I have never heard!
Quoting Widebodyroga (Reply 21):
Many thanks,
Quoting longhauler (Reply 28):
Thank you for taking the time to upload such beautiful pictures of Peru.

You are most welcome.  


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Johannes, Nils, Brendan, Léonard, Ayostus, Hannah, Gabriel, James,

Quoting Luxair747SP (Reply 9):
Also stunning pictures from Peru, a place that is not covered well in reports.
Quoting Sultanils (Reply 13):
Nice to see some Peru pics, they bring back nice memories of the great time the Mss and Me had there backpacking  
Quoting adamspotter (Reply 16):
What a beautiful pictures of Peru,
Quoting eastafspot (Reply 17):
The non aviation pictures are extremely interesting
Quoting AyostoLeon (Reply 18):
Great photos of the wildlife on the islands
Quoting infodesk (Reply 20):
Thank you for including so many beautiful pictures of Peru.
Quoting gabrielchew (Reply 23):
Nice photos from Peru too - looks great
Quoting jwhite9185 (Reply 27):
Nice pictures from Peru also.

Thank you! Herman gets the credit for the pictures.

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Johannes, Nils, Brendan, Ayostus, Marc, Matthew,

Quoting Luxair747SP (Reply 9):
and the service also not bad!
Quoting Sultanils (Reply 13):
you were treated very well onboard it seems!
Quoting adamspotter (Reply 16):
It looks like your first experience with AC was a very good one thanks to the 2 FAs.
Quoting AyostoLeon (Reply 18):
AC's service looks good
Quoting MSS658 (Reply 26):
great service as most of the time.
Quoting 767747 (Reply 29):
and the service sounds great.

Sally and Bruno were taking good care of us.  


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Johannes, Joe, Matthew,

Quoting Luxair747SP (Reply 9):
The meals look both great
Quoting YYZatcboy (Reply 15):
The food looked surprisingly good!
Quoting 767747 (Reply 29):
Food looks quite good,

Apart from palate-tempting presentation, they were exquisitely prepared using only the freshest ingredients.

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lychemsa, Vivek, PH, Philip, Gabriel, Marc, James, Matthew,

Quoting lychemsa (Reply 10):
C seems great.
Quoting SpdBrdConcorde (Reply 11):
I flew AC YYZ-FRA earlier this year and enjoyed the trip greatly.
Quoting PlaneHunter (Reply 12):
I also tried its Executive First some weeks ago and I really enjoyed it.
Quoting OA260 (Reply 19):
AC look good and I like their product. I had a lovely flight on them a while back.
Quoting gabrielchew (Reply 23):
looks like you enjoyed your AC flights.
Quoting MSS658 (Reply 26):
Looks like you had a good flight on Air Canada,
Quoting jwhite9185 (Reply 27):
Still looks pretty good though and seems you had no complaints.
Quoting 767747 (Reply 29):
Looks like you had a nice flight with Air Canada.
Quoting 767747 (Reply 29):
Was it nice on-board?

Relaxing in the privacy of Executive First cabin with the unparalleled comfort of a fully flat bed surrounded by attentive service. What else could you want?

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Vivek, PH, Nils, Joe, Stojan, Luke,

Quoting SpdBrdConcorde (Reply 11):
Congrats on your first NA carrier.
Quoting PlaneHunter (Reply 12):
and very good to see you chose AC
Quoting Sultanils (Reply 13):
A nice voyage down south, courtesy of Air Canada,
Quoting YYZatcboy (Reply 15):
Glad to see you had a great trip!
Quoting Widebodyroga (Reply 21):
Congrats on your first flight on a North American carrier.
Quoting lukeyboy95 (Reply 24):
but it was interesting to see a long(ish) haul intra American flight.

Thank you! I am still excited about it!   


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Vivek, jfidler,

Quoting SpdBrdConcorde (Reply 11):
I am a fan of the Herringbone layout
Quoting jfidler (Reply 22):
I really like the herringbone layout on AC,

That makes three of us.

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PH, Lars, Brendan, Hannah,

Quoting PlaneHunter (Reply 12):
But looking out of the window was a bit difficult.
Quoting The777Man (Reply 14):
Also it looks like the seat is at quite an angle to the window so it could be difficult to look outside. I'm not so sure I would like that seat.
Quoting adamspotter (Reply 16):
The only down part is looking out the window can prove to be quite a challenge!
Quoting infodesk (Reply 20):
Firstly it must be far more difficult to enjoy the window view

Access to the window can be limited indeed.

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PH, Lars, Brendan, Léonard, Ayostus, Philip, Matthew,

Quoting PlaneHunter (Reply 12):
I'm looking forward to the next part!
Quoting The777Man (Reply 14):
Looking forward very much to your next part !
Quoting adamspotter (Reply 16):
looking forward to your next one!
Quoting eastafspot (Reply 17):
Looking forward to reading your next adventure  
Quoting AyostoLeon (Reply 18):
I look forward to the next part.
Quoting OA260 (Reply 19):
Looking forward to the next part.
Quoting 767747 (Reply 29):
Looking forward to seeing your return flight photos!

Thank you for encouraging.

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PH, Philip,

Quoting PlaneHunter (Reply 12):
I had been waiting for this one!
Quoting OA260 (Reply 19):
I was looking forward to this one after a sneak preview   

Thank you for your patience.

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Nils, Léonard,

Quoting Sultanils (Reply 13):
Lol, this made me think of other things at first. Must be my dirty mind 
Quoting eastafspot (Reply 17):
   it was the same here ! 

Oops! 


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Nils, Hannah, flightsimboy,

Quoting Sultanils (Reply 13):
Gorgeous and a promising sight of what was to come.
Quoting infodesk (Reply 20):
That is an amazing shot and what a way to be welcomed to South America.
Quoting flightsimboy (Reply 25):
Gorgeous...almost like being in a dream...magical

I was so excited!

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Nils, flightsimboy,

Quoting Sultanils (Reply 13):
Thanks!
Quoting Sultanils (Reply 13):
Accepted with great pleasure my friend!
Quoting flightsimboy (Reply 25):
Thank you Suryo...this means so much to me....always appreciated my dear friend!!
Quoting flightsimboy (Reply 25):
Thank you so much once again Suryo!!

I am so happy to hear that.   


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Lars, Brendan,

Quoting The777Man (Reply 14):
Looks very narrow. I know it's the same seat but perhaps the angle make it feel much more narrow than the previous picture.
Quoting adamspotter (Reply 16):
I am not a fan of the herringbone configuration myself, it looks a bit cramped while looking at the pictures, although I am sure it's not that cramped when sitting there.

It was just an unlucky trick of the angle.

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Lars, Hannah,

Quoting The777Man (Reply 14):
Looks roomy and comfortable.
Quoting infodesk (Reply 20):
The seats in Executive First look so comfortable,

I loved the 191 cm long in lie-flat mode and 53 cm wide.

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Joe, Stojan, Gabriel, Luke, flightsimboy,

Quoting YYZatcboy (Reply 15):
Peru looks beautiful.
Quoting Widebodyroga (Reply 21):
What a treat to get to visit it   .
Quoting gabrielchew (Reply 23):
i'll have to go sometime.
Quoting lukeyboy95 (Reply 24):
- this is very adventurous.
Quoting flightsimboy (Reply 25):
Must have been amazing to see this for yourself....can almost hear the waves and the birds!!

You have to see it to believe it!

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Brendan, Luke,

Quoting adamspotter (Reply 16):
What a great idea to fly to Peru via YYZ which is a great airport IMHO.. Especially to North American standards  
Quoting lukeyboy95 (Reply 24):
I was in Toronto 2 years prior, and it is a nice airport, good to see it again.

Agreed!  


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Léonard, flightsimboy,

Quoting eastafspot (Reply 17):
and the descriptions of Peru's fauna fascinated me.
Quoting flightsimboy (Reply 25):
Thanks for the nature lesson, Prof Akhmad!
Quoting flightsimboy (Reply 25):
And another lesson on culture

My pleasure!

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Ayostus, flightsimboy,

Quoting AyostoLeon (Reply 18):
I was expecting a mad dash, mild panic (or at least an elevated heart beat).
Quoting flightsimboy (Reply 25):
....still remember that night tracking your arrival and departure out of YYZ

It was a somewhat nerve-racking experience.

Quoting AyostoLeon (Reply 18):
But luckily it appears that everything worked out fine.
Quoting flightsimboy (Reply 25):
Glad you made it on that bus despite your tight connection times

I was so relieved at the end.

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Ayostus, Marc,

Quoting AyostoLeon (Reply 18):
Like others, I am not a fan of the herringbone seating arrangement
Quoting MSS658 (Reply 26):
The Herringbone configuration isn't one of my favorite's neither.

Could Trick’s sum up the reason aptly?

Quoting longhauler (Reply 28):
Most people don't like the herringbone layout, as you can't fly with someone, and you can never look out the window.

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Hannah, Stojan, flightsimboy,

Quoting infodesk (Reply 20):
I just love that photo! The expression on both your faces is just priceless  
Quoting Widebodyroga (Reply 21):
I love that photo. Your face looks like you just got offended by something that the alpaca said...
Quoting flightsimboy (Reply 25):
Cute...Love the expression on your face!!

Thanks to Herman for capturing the sequence.  


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Hannah, Matthew,

Quoting infodesk (Reply 20):
but I still don’t like the cabin layout.
Quoting infodesk (Reply 20):
I think the cabin seems much more cramped & claustrophobic.
Quoting 767747 (Reply 29):
I'm not a huge fan of the seating arrangement though, as it looks a bit cramped.


Trick has been kind enough to elaborate.

Quoting longhauler (Reply 28):
With regard to the herringbone J product, it was state of the art in 2006 when it was designed and installed, but is now dated and due to be replaced. The new product, currently in the new build B777s of this year, will be installed in most wide body aircraft in the fleet. It is similar to the J product on Swiss.

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Hi Johannes,

Quoting Luxair747SP (Reply 9):
Did you like the heringbone style arrangement of the seats?

I liked it! In lie-flat mode it was ideal for a good night’s sleep.

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lychemsa,

Quoting lychemsa (Reply 10):
It seems that Paracas nearby is a nicer place to stay.

Do you mean El Chaco, the Paracas peninsula’s main village? El Chaco is a mishmash of half demolished and half repaired buildings that pepper a motley ‘resort’ strip shared by youthful backpackers, middle-aged ornithologists and a growing band of moneyed Limeños.

Quoting lychemsa (Reply 10):
However I had no idea about Ica. It seems to be an interesting place to visit.

Ica houses the south coast’s best museum outside Arequipa plus the finest winery in Peru.

Quoting lychemsa (Reply 10):
AC in Y still offer 32" legroom which is great these days. I just flew them from London to Halifax.

Good to know that. 32” is the industry standard.

Quoting lychemsa (Reply 10):
Their aircraft seem to be pretty old. It shows in the loos.

Ours was 24 years old, but still well-maintained.

Quoting lychemsa (Reply 10):
I still can't forget when they lost my suitcase and never found it again from GVA to New York via YUL. A very traumatic experience.

That is horrible! I hope you didn’t lose anything precious with your suitcase.

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Vivek,

Quoting SpdBrdConcorde (Reply 11):
which plagues AC,DL,9W,VS and CX to some extent.

And also NZ.

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[Edited 2013-09-14 07:12:00]


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User currently offlineakhmad From Netherlands, joined Sep 2005, 2438 posts, RR: 53
Reply 31, posted (10 months 2 weeks 2 days 17 hours ago) and read 21921 times:

Hi PH,

Quoting PlaneHunter (Reply 12):
I was offered orange juice and sparking wine before departure.

  


Quoting PlaneHunter (Reply 12):
It was very tasty!

  


Quoting PlaneHunter (Reply 12):
Did you try the Malbec? That one was excellent.

Unfortunately not. I guess I missed out on that one.  


Quoting PlaneHunter (Reply 12):
I was amazed by the high level of comfort. Other than expected, I didn't feel cramped at all.

It’s 21 inches wide. Can you imagine how those inches make a difference?

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Hi Nils,

Quoting Sultanils (Reply 13):
As you know I’ve visited Peru as well some 10 years ago.

  


Quoting Sultanils (Reply 13):
LIM has drastically changed for the better, in the international terminal there were no jet bridges, the plane parked right next to the terminal.
LIM has undergone a new renovation and expansion project since 2003. The first phase was completed by 2005 while the second phase was inaugurated in January 2009.

Quoting Sultanils (Reply 13):
You can imagine my excitement when deboarding my favourite Airbus, the A343, upon arrival from MAD.

I wish we could disembark that way too.

Quoting Sultanils (Reply 13):
IB may not have the best service around, but the price was by far the cheapest, the flight was on time and we got there saf and sound.

What else could you want?

Quoting Sultanils (Reply 13):
I like that French translation on it: ‘Super Affaires’.

Creative translation indeed instead of ‘Premiere Affaires’.

Quoting Sultanils (Reply 13):
The first look is that of a greenhouse but I’m sure the resemblance was only minor?

You have a point. But believe me, the entrance is where the resemblance ends.

Quoting Sultanils (Reply 13):
Do you have something to confess Suryo  Wow!

We arrived too late to taste the wine.

Quoting Sultanils (Reply 13):
Looks OK although not overhelmingly so.

Fair enough.

Quoting Sultanils (Reply 13):
Was the croque monsieur crunchy as it should be?

Yes, and surprisingly filling!

Quoting Sultanils (Reply 13):
I hope you didn’t ask that question literally   Or did you ask Herman?

Busted!  


Quoting Sultanils (Reply 13):
My brand of choice as well although I don’t have the noise cancelling ones.

That is fine. Do you know that the company entered the aviation market in 1980 by supplying Lufthansa with headsets?

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Hi Lars!

Quoting The777Man (Reply 14):
I thought that was the appetizer......I have to say that I'm surprised that there wasn't more to eat on a flight like that.


Trick has been so kind to elaborate.  


Quoting longhauler (Reply 28):
The flight leaves close to midnight. That meal was the "light snack" meal, with the main meal in the morning.



Quoting The777Man (Reply 14):
I think that carriers from North America to Northern South America serve similar meals due the length of the flights.

You have a point.

Quoting The777Man (Reply 14):
Looks great and would have been my choice as well.

  


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Joe,

Quoting YYZatcboy (Reply 15):
If you happen to make your next NA carrier WS I again extend the invitation to let me know.

Thank you once again for the invitation.

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Goede middag Brendan!

Quoting adamspotter (Reply 16):
that resort looks very nice and relaxing

Just ideal place to travel for a vacation.

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Léonard,

Quoting eastafspot (Reply 17):
Do you remember if this mouthwatering croque monsieur was the unique dinner option?

The Croque Monsieur was the only option, but sufficient for past midnight.

Quoting eastafspot (Reply 17):
Haha, what a funny nightmare!

I Spit On Your Face! 


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Hi Ayostus,

Quoting AyostoLeon (Reply 18):
I seem to have been under a misapprehension because I got the idea that with the delayed departure of your KLM flight, you only had limited time to make the connection.

Our connecting time was shortened from nearly four to some two hours.

Quoting AyostoLeon (Reply 18):
I note that you had to clear immigration and re-check your bags.

Correct! As no one of us had any experience with such procedure earlier and we had to change terminal, I was anxious whether two hours would be sufficient.

Quoting AyostoLeon (Reply 18):
The security and check-in process looks as if everything was efficiently managed: how was the immigration perocess?

It was a breeze. There was a dedicated immigration lane for connecting passengers.

Quoting AyostoLeon (Reply 18):
Do they have priority lanes for premium passengers or is it a matter of hoping you have joined what looks like the faster queue?

They do have priority lanes, but we just joined the faster queue.

Quoting AyostoLeon (Reply 18):
I guess the evening meal was large enough so as not to make sleep uncomfortable, particularly if a snack was available in the lounge before boarding.

You sum it up aptly.

Quoting AyostoLeon (Reply 18):
too reminiscent of battery farming.   

  


Quoting AyostoLeon (Reply 18):
looks like standing room only in those rookeries.

Some spots even require balancing skills.

Quoting AyostoLeon (Reply 18):
Keep well.

So do you.

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Hey Philip, 


Quoting OA260 (Reply 19):
Pisco sour looks yummy  

Cheers!  


Quoting OA260 (Reply 19):
That steak is making me want to cook something also.

Shall I join you?

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Hello Hannah,

Quoting infodesk (Reply 20):
My only flights on AC were a very long time ago, travelling as an UM to Toronto so I have a bit of a soft spot for the airline.

What a sweet childhood memory.

Quoting infodesk (Reply 20):
The food appears tasty enough on board but perhaps not quite up to par with other carriers you’ve been on recently.

You have a point. But still, I enjoyed the food a lot.

Quoting infodesk (Reply 20):
Most unusual.

Yes.

Quoting infodesk (Reply 20):
How anyone can hunt these beautiful creatures is just beyond me  

It’s all about the money with those hunters.  


Quoting infodesk (Reply 20):
I really do hope they are safe with their relatives.

So do I.

Quoting infodesk (Reply 20):
Very nice. Reminds me of Greece!

I had to think of you while enjoying this view!

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[Edited 2013-09-14 07:22:33]


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User currently offlineakhmad From Netherlands, joined Sep 2005, 2438 posts, RR: 53
Reply 32, posted (10 months 2 weeks 2 days 17 hours ago) and read 21913 times:

Dear Stojan,

Quoting Widebodyroga (Reply 21):
Surprisingly, I have yet to fly Air Canada, and judging by your experience, I'm missing out. I was once booked to fly them but a snowstorm cancelled the flight and I got rebooked on a different carrier.

I hope you’ll get the chance to fly Air Canada soon.

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jfidler,

Quoting jfidler (Reply 22):
and I actually seek it out on my trips to Asia from the US, as that's a lot of time on board. I'm always on AC's 777s for trips from YYZ to China/HK.

No less than 15 hours to HK! That’s indeed a long time on board!  Wow!


Quoting jfidler (Reply 22):
What I like about the layout (which is 1-2-1 on the 777) is that all seats have aisle access, so you never bother your seatmate nor do they bother you.

I second that.

Quoting jfidler (Reply 22):
This way I can work and sleep on my schedule.

All in the privacy of your Executive First cabin.

Quoting jfidler (Reply 22):
On longer flights like that, the croque monsieur sandwich is a between-meal snack, and is indeed quite tasty.

Perfect, I would say.

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Gabriel,

Quoting gabrielchew (Reply 23):
The 767 looks nice, but I can't understamd why they didn't install new overheads - those old ones look awful!


Trick has been so kind to provide us with the following answer.  


Quoting longhauler (Reply 28):
The B767 was to be long gone by now. To make such a major investment when the B787 is coming by 2010 would be silly. The B767s that are staying longer, have been re-equipped with the new Boeing signature interior.


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Hi Luke,

Quoting lukeyboy95 (Reply 24):
Well, Happy 8th A.net birthday, and what a anice report to mark it in with. I really enjoyed this, since I had no idea you had been out in Peru

Thank you for the birthday wish and kind words!   


Quoting lukeyboy95 (Reply 24):
AC underwhelmed from my viewers perspective,

Shame, as I enjoyed the flight very much.

Quoting lukeyboy95 (Reply 24):
I will see Vancouver in a little under a month. Very excited!

I can imagine your excitement. I have never been to Vancouver myself.

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Hello flightsimboy,

Quoting flightsimboy (Reply 25):
Date de naissance! lol.....

I have no secret.   


Quoting flightsimboy (Reply 25):
Believe it or not, I only see this when I am entering back into Canada...

I believe you.

Quoting flightsimboy (Reply 25):
for some reason I think when leaving I am too eager to get to the gate, that I might have overlooked it.

I can imagine it.   


Quoting flightsimboy (Reply 25):
Very Canadian picture...Molson Canadian and Air Canada napkins!!

To mark the moment I set foot on Canadian soil.

Quoting flightsimboy (Reply 25):
Not very crisp white linen there...a bit tacky

You have a point.

Quoting flightsimboy (Reply 25):
ha,ha....Hope the grilled veggies did not get up and start gyrating like the girls in the video lol
Giuchie, Giuchie, ya ya dada
Giuchie, Giuchie, ya ya here

 


Quoting flightsimboy (Reply 25):
Sadly you see more Starbuck coffee shops around (and of course Tim Horton's) but no so much Second Cup.

Shame. Tom Horton’s is yet Canadian, but Starbucks not and the Starbucks outlets are just everywhere.

Quoting flightsimboy (Reply 25):
How do you manage to fit in clothing for two, as well as Ariel's light clothing?

Practice makes perfect.   


Quoting flightsimboy (Reply 25):
Suryo you always amaze me how you leave no detail unturned.

Thank you.   


Quoting flightsimboy (Reply 25):
Glad you managed to fit a photo in here of the AC crews...

I was very grateful of Sally.

Quoting flightsimboy (Reply 25):
I usually find myself hesitating to ask them for a pic!!

But why? I am sure the AC crews wouldn’t mind having a picture with kind-hearted person like you.  


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Hello Marc,

Quoting MSS658 (Reply 26):
Too bad I did not have the best memories of T1 at YYZ (more to come in the coming months)

That is a shame. I wonder why.

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Hi James,

Quoting jwhite9185 (Reply 27):
Is that AC flight actually marketed at first, because I'd say it looks more like a business product.

Once again, Trick has been so kind to provide us with the following answer.  


Quoting longhauler (Reply 28):
It is Business Class, sold at a J fare. AC has two levels of J ... Executive Class, which is the domestic/transborder product, and Executive First, which is the international product. AC no longer has a First Class product.


Quoting jwhite9185 (Reply 27):
Whilst I have been to South America, it's a place that I'd like to explore on my own terms rather than how my parents wanted to do it, way back in 1994!

It is about time then to go back!

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Trick,

Thank you so much for enlightening us the Air Canada’s J product!   


Quoting longhauler (Reply 28):
Personally, I don't like the lack of privacy, as it opens out into the aisle, and those passing down the aisle always look in.

I was fine with that, to be honest.

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Friends,

Once again, thank you so much for all your heartwarming replies! Have a nice weekend!

Warmest regards,
Suryo  

[Edited 2013-09-14 07:27:59]


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User currently offlineknightsofmalta From Malta, joined Nov 2005, 1756 posts, RR: 18
Reply 33, posted (10 months 2 weeks 2 days 12 hours ago) and read 21744 times:

Hi Suryo

Thanks for the interesting report. I've always been a fan of Air Canada's seat. Especially if, like you, you're seated on the left side of the aircraft on the B767-300, you have quite a lot of privacy.

I'm also glad to see the freshly baked cookies are still around. On westbound flights they normally serve them with the second service, if my memory serves me well. It's kind of nice, you're sitting there with this nice smell of fresh baking wafting through the cabin and you know you'll be arriving soon.

Looking forward to reading the next part of your journey.

Cheers,
William


User currently offlineAvianca From Venezuela, joined Jan 2005, 5922 posts, RR: 40
Reply 34, posted (10 months 2 weeks 2 days 2 hours ago) and read 21566 times:

Hi Suryo, what a great report!

the report brings special memorys to me as I lived nealry 3 years in Peru!!!

AC Business product looks really good! I had in my time in Peru only once the chance to use AC it was on a LAS-YYZ-LIM routing, but in Eco and still when the flight was not a red eye.

Dont know if you remember, but in one of my trip reports

From North To The South - LAN Ccs-Lim-Eze In J (by Avianca Mar 15 2009 in Trip Reports)

you asked from what Pisco Sour is made off! now I think you had a great opportunity to enjoy some autentic ones!!!

Cheers
Avianca



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User currently offlinemk777 From United States of America, joined Oct 2006, 1195 posts, RR: 0
Reply 35, posted (10 months 1 week 6 days 10 hours ago) and read 20896 times:

Dear Akhmad,
I wait for your TR's and this one is no exception, i love your nuanced writing style, makes for an interesting read.

Peru seems like a fun place to visit and after seeing your pics, i think i might go there in dec/jan.

AC crew seemed great, the food to me didn't look appetizing...but then i travel in cattle class  ....i am just comparing from your other wonderful TR's

Looking forward to reading more from you. Come visit DC.

Regards,
Mohit.



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User currently offlineakhmad From Netherlands, joined Sep 2005, 2438 posts, RR: 53
Reply 36, posted (10 months 1 week 1 day 18 hours ago) and read 20078 times:

Dear William, Avianca, Mohit,

Thank you very much for stopping by.

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William, Mohit,

Quoting knightsofmalta (Reply 33):
Looking forward to reading the next part of your journey.
Quoting mk777 (Reply 35):
Looking forward to reading more from you.

Thank you for encouraging.

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Avianca, Mohit,

Quoting Avianca (Reply 34):
what a great report!
Quoting mk777 (Reply 35):
i love your nuanced writing style, makes for an interesting read.

Thank you for the kind words!   


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Hi William,

Quoting knightsofmalta (Reply 33):
Thanks for the interesting report.

You are most welcome.  


Quoting knightsofmalta (Reply 33):
I've always been a fan of Air Canada's seat.

The seat is just comfortable with its 191 cm long in lie-flat mode and 53 cm wide.

Quoting knightsofmalta (Reply 33):
Especially if, like you, you're seated on the left side of the aircraft on the B767-300, you have quite a lot of privacy.

That along with attentive service. What else could you want?

Quoting knightsofmalta (Reply 33):
I'm also glad to see the freshly baked cookies are still around.

The cookies are onboard tradition, then? That’s great!

Quoting knightsofmalta (Reply 33):
On westbound flights they normally serve them with the second service, if my memory serves me well.

I assume the westbound flights are daytime flights which justify the cookies for the second service?

Quoting knightsofmalta (Reply 33):
It's kind of nice, you're sitting there with this nice smell of fresh baking wafting through the cabin and you know you'll be arriving soon.

Absolutely! Though in our case, it was more like nightcap.

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Hi Avianca,

Quoting Avianca (Reply 34):
the report brings special memorys to me as I lived nealry 3 years in Peru!!!

Really? How nice!

Quoting Avianca (Reply 34):
AC Business product looks really good!

Relaxing in the privacy of Executive First cabin with the unparalleled comfort of a fully flat bed surrounded by attentive service. What else could you want?

Quoting Avianca (Reply 34):
I had in my time in Peru only once the chance to use AC it was on a LAS-YYZ-LIM routing, but in Eco and still when the flight was not a red eye.

What an interesting routing, how did you like AC in Eco?

Quoting Avianca (Reply 34):
Dont know if you remember, but in one of my trip reports

From North To The South - LAN Ccs-Lim-Eze In J (by Avianca Mar 15 2009 in Trip Reports)

you asked from what Pisco Sour is made off!

Now, I remember!   


Quoting Avianca (Reply 34):
now I think you had a great opportunity to enjoy some autentic ones!!!

I never thought that I would finally taste Pisco Sour this way!  


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Dear Mohit,

Quoting mk777 (Reply 35):
I wait for your TR's and this one is no exception,

Thank you for your patience.

Quoting mk777 (Reply 35):
Peru seems like a fun place to visit and after seeing your pics, i think i might go there in dec/jan.

Peru… You have to see it to believe it!

Quoting mk777 (Reply 35):
AC crew seemed great,

Sally and Bruno were taking good care of us.  


Quoting mk777 (Reply 35):
the food to me didn't look appetizing...but then i travel in cattle class  ....i am just comparing from your other wonderful TR's

Fair enough.  


Quoting mk777 (Reply 35):
Come visit DC.

Thank you for the invitation.  


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Friends,

Once again, thank you so much for all your heartwarming replies! Have a nice Sunday!


Warmest regards,
Suryo  



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User currently offlineCaptainRed From Germany, joined Oct 2010, 684 posts, RR: 21
Reply 37, posted (10 months 1 week 1 day 17 hours ago) and read 20043 times:

Hola Suryo,

another excellent report here, so nice to read about your ongoing travels to South-America. Good to read that your delay on the transatlantic sector didn't impede your plans very much. And a very comfortable flight with Air Canada it was obviously. Good service and the food just looks delicious, I especially would have liked the hot chocolate cookies, absolutely love these things. I am just not sure if I would like the herringbone seating arrangement. It looks comfortable for sure, but probably very difficult to look out of the window.

Great pictures from Peru as well, that boat tour to the Islas Ballestas was certainly an interesting adventure.

CaptainRed


User currently offlineYYZAMS From Canada, joined Feb 2011, 218 posts, RR: 0
Reply 38, posted (10 months 2 days 3 hours ago) and read 19227 times:

I have always hated having to recheck your bag at immigration in NA. Great report!

User currently offlineakhmad From Netherlands, joined Sep 2005, 2438 posts, RR: 53
Reply 39, posted (9 months 3 weeks 1 hour ago) and read 17928 times:

Hola CaptainRed, Chris,

¡Muchas gracias! Thank you very much for stopping by.

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CaptainRed, Chris,

Quoting CaptainRed (Reply 37):
another excellent report here, so nice to read about your ongoing travels to South-America.
Quoting YYZAMS (Reply 38):
Great report!

Thank you for the kind words!   


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Hola CaptainRed,

Quoting CaptainRed (Reply 37):
Good to read that your delay on the transatlantic sector didn't impede your plans very much.

I was so relieved at the end.

Quoting CaptainRed (Reply 37):
And a very comfortable flight with Air Canada it was obviously.

Relaxing in the privacy of Executive First cabin with the unparalleled comfort of a fully flat bed surrounded by attentive service. What else could you want?

Quoting CaptainRed (Reply 37):
Good service

Sally and Bruno were taking good care of us.  


Quoting CaptainRed (Reply 37):
the food just looks delicious

Apart from palate-tempting presentation, they were exquisitely prepared using only the freshest ingredients.

Quoting CaptainRed (Reply 37):
I especially would have liked the hot chocolate cookies, absolutely love these things.

The cookies were just lovely!

Quoting CaptainRed (Reply 37):
I am just not sure if I would like the herringbone seating arrangement. It looks comfortable for sure, but probably very difficult to look out of the window.

Access to the window can be limited indeed.

Quoting CaptainRed (Reply 37):
Great pictures from Peru as well

Thank you! Herman gets the credit for the pictures.

Quoting CaptainRed (Reply 37):
that boat tour to the Islas Ballestas was certainly an interesting adventure.

You have to see it to believe it!

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Chris,

Quoting YYZAMS (Reply 38):
I have always hated having to recheck your bag at immigration in NA

It may be cumbersome. Just allow sufficient transfer time, I would say.

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Amigos,

Once again, thank you so much for your heartwarming replies! I am sorry for my late reply.


Saludos,
Suryo  

[Edited 2013-10-09 23:07:40]


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User currently offlineluv2fly From United States of America, joined May 2003, 12090 posts, RR: 49
Reply 40, posted (9 months 5 days 6 hours ago) and read 15781 times:

Suryo, what a treat to read. Always a pleasure and a joy. You are the gold standard of trip reports.


You can cut the irony with a knife
User currently offlineakhmad From Netherlands, joined Sep 2005, 2438 posts, RR: 53
Reply 41, posted (8 months 3 weeks 6 days 17 hours ago) and read 14639 times:

TEW,

Quoting luv2fly (Reply 40):
Suryo, what a treat to read. Always a pleasure and a joy. You are the gold standard of trip reports.


¡Muchas gracias! Thank you for the kind words!   



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