Note: These travels were completed a few weeks before the Covid-19 outbreak in the US.
As a Florida man living in New York for the past year, there was a lingering feeling for me that was unsettling.
In the NYC area I feel I’m at the mercy of humanity. It’s a stark contrast to the blanket feeling where I grew up in Florida of being at the mercy of nature.
Mankind is changing and deforesting Florida rapidly, but it still feels to me like lightning, grasshoppers, gators, greenery and other untamed habitants dominate the state.
On a hiking trail in John Pennekamp State Park, Key Largo, Florida.
Frontier is a weird airline. They have 50% off sales that require promo codes. Round-trip flights for $30. They charge for carry-on bags. And they are one of the last airlines to still have a miles-based loyalty program (only a few days left of this for American).
Now, they are offering double loyalty miles on all flights through September 30. Continue reading
At the risk of sounding like a Frontier fanboy blog, I’d like to point out another example of why budget travelers should be flying Frontier, especially if you live in Florida. Continue reading
If the topic of this post doesn’t make it apparent, I love budget travel. That’s why I fly Frontier Airlines more than any other airline.
So, I was psyched to get an e-mail from Frontier this morning announcing a new non-stop route from my current home airport in San Francisco to the airport of my birthplace and family in Florida.
The route started in July, and I’ll tell you below the photo why I fly Frontier, and why I’m so enthused about this new route.