I remember posting about a strange dream here on A.net a couple of years ago. I was in a fictional Latin American country named "Suruguay" and I was flying from the capital to a city named CIUDAD BUEHLER. The airline's name was TAFAS, Transportes Aereos de la Fuerza Aerea de Suruguay. I have no clue how I came up with all those crazy names. The plane was a 727-200 Adv. and it had a dirty but stylish 70s livery of green and orange. Lucky thing I remembered the paint scheme when I woke up so I make a quick drawing of it, I love that livery!
When I boarded the plane I knew that it's due to crash sometime soon, but heck that's what I always think when I fly in South America. There was no wall between the cockpit and the cabin, and I was in row 1. What a great view! So this is what happened. The plane had trouble to take off, and during the whole flight it kind of kept going up a bit and then bumping back down onto the highway that goes from that capital to that city. It just went on like this, climb a few feet, then bump onto the ground again. This went well for a while, until it hit a bridge on the road and burst into 2 pieces so that everybody could get off easily. As always in my dreams, no flames, no casualties, not even injuries.
So anyway, I kept taking photos with my camera, but the military was everywhere to make sure nobody took any photos, but I wanted to take photos for some reason (probably to upload them to Anet). Well anyway there were soldiers everywhere because the plane belonged to the military. Strange dream right? But you're going to love the plane:
All the things you probably hate about travelling are warm reminders that I'm home