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A transatlantic flight diary that shows the pain of every traveller, everywhere

The great thing about travelling is meeting new people and exploring new places. The bad thing? That long, drawn-out flight with 200 other tired, cranky passengers, uncomfortable seating and food that smells for days. Artist Christoph Niemann sure knows all about it.

While flying from New York to Berlin via London, Christoph created a visual diary of his experience that details the average flight. You know, complete with a non-reclining seat, a weird-looking breakfast, philosophical thoughts on that little hole in the airplane window, and struggling to find a suitable position to sleep, even with that expensive neck pillow.

If you’re travelling these holidays, take care. And know that everything must come to an end eventually — even that baby’s kicking and screaming behind you.

See more of Christoph Niemann’s work on his website and Facebook.

Via Distractify

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About the author

Rachel Oakley is an Aussie writer based in NYC with an obsession for the creepy, cool and quirky side of life. Some of her main passions include philosophy, art, travel, and sarcasm.

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