It’s Souvenir Sunday – the day we take a look at some of the fun, inexpensive and local items you can buy when you’re stuck at the airport.
This week’s items come from Australia’s Brisbane Airport, courtesy of Leonie Vandeven. Our favorite is the painted emu egg, but it’s likely the crocodile meat, emu oil and essence of kangaroo sell quite well too.
It’s Souvenir Sunday – a day to take a look at some of the fun, inexpensive and local items you can pick up when you’re stuck at the airport.
This week we’re celebrating the fact that Spud Buddies – stuffed dolls in the shape of potatoes – are back in stock at the Boise Airport.
“They cost $8.99 each and are crazy popular!,” says Patti Miller the airport marketing director.
You can see why:
Sunday is Souvenir Sunday here at StuckatTheAirport.com, a day to take a look at some of the fun, inexpensive and local things you can buy while you’re waiting for your flight.
At Seattle-Tacoma International Airport on Saturday we spotted a few of these kiosks, sponsored by the King County Library System, and they were all stocked with – free! – books and magazines. What a great idea!
It’s Souvenir Sunday – a day to take a look at some of the fun and inexpensive goodies you can pick up when you’re stuck at the airport.
This week’s treats come from Cake Tin – a bakery and cafe in Delta’s newly expanded Terminal 4 at JFK International Airport.
When I stopped by there were plenty of passengers eating their cupcakes right there, but just as many were leaving the store with boxes filled with cupcakes ($5 each; 4 for $18) destined to be presented as souvenirs from a sweet, far off land.
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