Around the World
In one especially intense stretch, we worked a full day in the U.S., then took an evening flight to Doha, connecting to Jakarta, with a 10-hour layover there before hopping aboard a Garuda Indonesia flight to Kupang, West Timor. We had about four hours of sleep before getting up at 4 a.m. for the puddle-jumper to Waingapu and a full day of work on the island of Sumba. That was three days on 10 hours of sleep.
But in one important way the itinerary worked, because it took us around the world. Heading east, easter and eastest ... or something like that.
Twelve days, 14 flights — and a complete circumnavigation of the globe.