Seth Miller from paxex.aero, Dots Lines & Destinations, and much more swings by to talk about his extensive trip to Asia, the unique experience of visiting Bhutan, dealing with GI issues abroad, and a whole lot more. As this is an audio format, we do not ask him to identify Bhutan on a map but we are sure he could.
In our Patreon only Final Boarding Call segment we discuss why Seth doesn’t focus too much on miles and points anymore, dealing with a compromised CSR while traveling, and also how companies might use big data to weed out “hackers” (or not).
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2:10 – New Year’s miles and points resolutions revisited, longhaul to Europe seat discussion (your #avgeek minute)
10:25 – 50 (!) days in Asia, how they decided on and planned the trip
13:39 – Visiting Bhutan, how to get there, the unique tourist structure, and more
25:15 – Climbing the Tiger’s Nest
32:20 – Flights
34:43 – Food poisoning on the road
40:23 – Unique travel items Seth uses
42:53 – The border ceremony outside Amritsar
50:22 – Seth’s miles and points earnings (Patreon only)
1:04:19 – Banks, airlines, and big data (Patreon only)
1:07:27 – Compromised Chase Sapphire Reserve while traveling experience (Patreon only)
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Music: “Ten Hundred Years” by Poly Action, “Feet Gone Soft” by Monplaisir, and “Feet Gone Wild” by Monplaisir