Posted: 27/06/2016 at 08:58
Sounds wonderful, punkdoc.
When we came back from Papua New guinea last time, we had four flights and 36 hours of no sleep. I can't sleep sitting up. We got home and went straight to bed. At some point I woke up, looked at the wardrobes, and said " do you know, this hotel room has the same wardrobes as we have at home"
I still think that most of jet lag is lack of sleep. The only time I have got off a long haul flight and felt decent was the time I had a meltdown when I checked in at LA , was told the seats we had booked had been given to someone else, despite this being three hours before take off, and we ended up being upgraded to business. Lie flat seats. Eight hours of sleep in a twelve hour flight. Bliss.