James Asquith He is a traveler dedicated to trying all kinds of experiences around the world and then making them known through his social networks. His anecdotes and instincts for adventure led him win a Guinness record To be the youngest person to visit all the sovereign countries of the world, something that was possible only because of boarding an airplane 2000 times and trying all the comforts including food. With all that experience, he recently shocked Tell which company has the best food.
This man has already traveled 15 years And surely it will be for many more. He has been in the air more than any other passenger, which has allowed him to explore as many aspects of the plane as possible. One of the most important to him and about which he is always asked is the food:i love airplane food And almost living on planes gets you used to it,” he said in his statements. Hedgehog,
Although he enjoys his meal almost every time, he notes that There are two airlines which, from their point of view, are the ones that provide the best quality of products: “I have to say that Japanese food and Wagyu steaks have been the best among the Japanese airlines of ANA and Japan Airlines,” he declared according to the same quoted media.
The topic of food is always highly debated as reports from dozens of travelers indicate a common conclusion: that Airplane food is not so good. This is because the air in aircraft is extremely dry, which can dry out the nasal passages and therefore make the taste buds less receptive to taste, at least by scientific analysis.
It also affects the low pressure that is in the air in the cabin.Since it lowers the level of oxygen in the blood and it affects the nervous system, which activates people’s sensory sense especially in terms of smell, it becomes less sensitive in the absence of oxygen and smells. gets worse.
An Oxford professor revealed, according to Hedgehog, what Using noise-cancelling earplugs during flight can improve the experience of eating on the plane,
British-born James’ travel experience inspired him to find his ideal platform for exploring tourist destinations: holiday swaps. However, he never forgets his debut: “During his 2007 London School of Economics degree, James began his journey as a volunteer in South Vietnam and continued to travel to every country in the world for the next five years.”, reads the biography of his official website.
he even has his own book, in which he tried to capture everything he experienced on his journey around the world. has been nominated Breaking the Limit – Journey in Search of an Impossible Record And it was so good that it was added to the top 10 in travel writing on Amazon.