Participants: Agatha Thrash (Host), Don Miller
Series Code: HYTH
Program Code: HYTH000208
00:01 We live in a very mobile society
00:04 and sometimes changing time zones many thousands of miles
00:08 leaves us in very much less than optimum health.
00:12 If you've had this problem you might like
00:14 to hear some of the tips that we are going to give
00:16 on how to deal with traveling from place to place.
00:38 Welcome to Help Yourself To Health with Dr. Agatha Thrash
00:43 Of Uchee Pines Institute and now here is your host Dr. Thrash.
00:48 Of course everybody knows that well in advance of the travel
00:53 one should be well packed and everything to be relaxed,
00:57 but as it happens a lot of the time, we don't have really
01:01 a lot of time before the traveling is to be done
01:04 to do the packing.
01:05 So packing sometimes results in just things thrown together,
01:11 but if there is any possible way, you should spend some time
01:14 and use some care in your packing.
01:16 Pack the kind of clothing that will be specific for the area
01:21 where you are going, not necessarily where
01:24 you are leaving from.
01:25 You leave in that kind of clothing, but lets say you leave
01:29 in hot weather, but where you are going,
01:30 it's immediately cold weather.
01:32 When you get off the plane you are going to be in icy cold
01:35 weather, so you must take something in your carry on
01:38 to use at the time you are in an airport in a foreign country
01:44 or in a distant place, if it is cold there.
01:48 Always expect that where you are going,
01:50 the weather is going to be more severe
01:52 than where you just left.
01:54 If it is hot, you plan things that are more light weight,
01:58 much more light weight.
02:00 If it is cold things that are much more heavy weight,
02:03 so that you won't be cold or you won't be hot.
02:06 It's just as important to stay cool, as it is to stay warm.
02:09 When we go to another place and we are very upset because
02:15 of extreme heat, this can be just as upsetting to the
02:20 way you feel, as being shivering and trembling because
02:24 it's very cold where you are.
02:26 When you are on the plane you need to be careful not to
02:31 have tight clothing.
02:32 Tight clothing can become very uncomfortable,
02:36 particularly if you have some distention of the abdomen
02:40 during the flight, so first thing is to make certain that
02:44 your clothes are loose when you are traveling.
02:46 Be sure that they cover the legs well.
02:49 Women should have wide skirts so that they cover the legs well
02:54 and give plenty of freedom in the travel,
02:57 without being in other people's way, or hanging up on something.
03:03 That can be very helpful for you with your clothing.
03:07 In planning the kind of clothing that you take,
03:11 always take something light and helpful to wear on the plane
03:16 without over-burdening yourself, or freezing your arms,
03:22 so take a little sweater, or take some slippers,
03:25 so that as soon as you get on the plane,
03:27 you can remove your shoes and relax, and be comfortable
03:31 in slippers that you can slip into.
03:36 Some airlines actually furnish these things for people so that
03:41 they don't have to bring those things with them.
03:44 For warmth, not only something that you can put on your arms,
03:51 but also something that you can wrap around if necessary,
03:56 and that may be a jacket, or that may be a blanket.
04:00 Blankets are usually furnished by airlines and you can get them
04:04 quite easily.
04:05 Sometimes you may want to pack actually a travel bag.
04:10 A travel bag can furnish those things for you
04:15 while you are on the trip, as well as things that you get
04:18 when you are immediately after you get there.
04:21 Dr. Don Miller has done quite a lot of world traveling,
04:24 and he can tell you something about the way he packs a
04:28 travel bag, Dr. Miller.
04:29 Well it sounds like you are familiar with traveling too.
04:31 A little bit.
04:33 You know sometimes when you leave Alabama,
04:34 where its almost always hot, without thinking about where you
04:38 are going it's not going to be that way,
04:40 and I for some reason do this all the time.
04:43 I pack for Alabama, and I end up in Siberia,
04:46 and I think why did I do this, no sweaters, no sweatshirts,
04:51 no warm clothes, no long johns,
04:52 it gets to be pretty uncomfortable.
04:55 One of the first things that you need to do,
04:57 is you should make yourself a packing list, that you have
05:01 all the time, I've got one on my computer.
05:03 It tells me don't forget! as a matter of fact,
05:06 when I get ready to go on a trip, after I've packed
05:09 even if I've gone over the list, I sit there and say ok, my head,
05:12 do I have any hats, ties, shirts, jackets, belts, trousers
05:16 socks, shoes, those are important things.
05:19 So have a list to pack by.
05:20 But this travel kit is very, very, very important.
05:23 Things that you have with you when you are in the middle
05:27 of the travel experience, now it depends on
05:30 what you are traveling on.
05:31 When I go to Eastern Europe, I do a lot of traveling on a
05:34 train, and there are certain thing that you really want to
05:36 have when you are on that train.
05:38 I like to carry with me some of these little clean wipes
05:40 that you can wipe your hands with, you can wipe the toilets
05:44 with, you wipe door knobs with.
05:45 I use these a lot, and I buy them in these little individual
05:49 dispensers, I used to carry a big tube of them but,
05:52 I found that the tube, when you get them in the luggage,
05:54 if it gets pushed, it pops open and dries out,
05:59 and also leaks out when it's still wet on your clothes,
06:02 so I buy a lot of these.
06:03 I also carry with me, in my luggage, this is going back to
06:06 the luggage, not so much my travel bag.
06:08 I will get a whole box of zip lock bags,
06:13 and I will stuff some of my clothes in there,
06:16 and the rest I will just strew around in my luggage,
06:20 because it's amazing how handy they come in,
06:22 when you are traveling somewhere,
06:24 and they make great gifts,
06:26 A really good zip-lock bag, when you are in a country
06:28 that does not have them is a treasure for the people.
06:31 When I am traveling, I make sure I have some
06:34 really good ear plugs, as a matter of fact,
06:37 I don't just take a pair, I take a box of ear plugs,
06:40 because one of our missions, when we are traveling is to be
06:44 a blessing to other people who are traveling.
06:46 What a blessing to take out of your little box two clean
06:50 earplugs and offer them to your seat mate, or offer them to
06:54 somebody else in the airplane.
06:55 It can be a blessing for them, but I roll them up and poke them
07:00 into my ears, they swell up, and the sound gets very muffled
07:04 people are around doing all their stuff,
07:06 and I can go right through it.
07:07 I also carry with me an eye mask.
07:10 Basically just a mask without the holes like the Lone Ranger
07:14 but you just put them over your head,
07:16 therefore you've now got a dark field, you've got
07:19 your ear plugs in, everything is dark and quiet,
07:23 very nice to sleep.
07:25 I also carry in my carry on baggage,
07:29 a pair of slippers of some sort.
07:30 As soon as I get on the airplane I take off my shoes, I put on
07:35 the slippers, now Dr. Thrash has mentioned that sometimes
07:37 they supply, but what they always supply is little socks,
07:40 and I do not want to walk into that bathroom wearing a pair of
07:43 socks, and so I put on my slippers,
07:45 usually a pair of thongs, something I can wear
07:47 in other places, like if I am going to be showering,
07:51 like shower shoes, rubberized shoes, very nice to travel with,
07:55 so you want to have those with you.
07:56 I carry some business cards, I carry them in a little folder
08:01 where I've got my cards, and on the other side of the business
08:04 cards, I have some encouraging scripture type cards,
08:07 so I can share these with people, and I've got a place
08:10 to put their cards if we start up a conversation,
08:14 and a relationship, they know who I am, I know who they are,
08:17 and we can continue what we started right there.
08:20 But to give somebody a promise, I like to get these really nice!
08:23 You can get them in Bible Stores, Religious Book Stores,
08:27 little cards with a very nice picture on.
08:31 One that I like very much is a picture of Jesus holding a man,
08:34 and the man is sort of slumped, in one hand he has a mallet
08:38 and the other hand he has a spike, and Jesus is holding him
08:42 and the man is weeping, and if you give that to somebody,
08:45 even if they can't read it, it's in English, and they are in
08:48 Russia, it can be a blessing to them, and so I recommend
08:51 you carry some of those with you too.
08:53 I also carry with me, some little, these are Shout wipes
08:56 there are other types of wipes, that if you get a stain on your
08:59 clothing, right away you can treat that stain,
09:01 rather than go through the entire trip,
09:04 because when we travel, we've got a limited amount of clothing
09:07 this way you can treat it right away, and keep from ruining
09:10 your trip because you've got not enough clothes.
09:13 I also carry with me, bottled water.
09:16 Make sure that when you carry the bottled water,
09:19 you buy it at the store, and the seal has not been broken.
09:23 If you have taken your bottle like I like to do,
09:25 at Uchee Pines we got fantastic water...
09:29 fill it up, put the lid on...
09:31 You get to the airport, they don't know what is in that
09:34 bottle, they will have you drink half of it
09:36 or just discard the whole thing.
09:37 So make sure that you've got the completely sealed bottles,
09:42 so they will look at that and see that the seal
09:44 has not been broken, and I will take three or four.
09:46 It's not just for the trip, you want to stay well hydrated
09:50 on your trip.
09:51 You can get water from the airplane, but if you want
09:54 some extra, I take mine, but you also want water
09:58 for when you arrive to where you are going.
10:00 Let's say I want to set it up in Zahirabad, India
10:03 there's no place around there to buy water, where I was
10:06 but I had a couple bottles of my own.
10:08 Now! When we are talking about water,
10:11 be careful of what water you buy.
10:13 I was leaving Austria one time to go up to Germany
10:17 and was flying back from Germany, and I had a very large,
10:20 I think it was a two liter bottle of this very nice,
10:24 mineral water, which was, they called it gassed water
10:28 or fizzy water, or carbonated water.
10:30 I had this in the airplane, it was rolling around
10:34 at my feet for awhile, we landed in Amsterdam.
10:37 We take off from Amsterdam, about 20,000 feet I started
10:40 to feel a little bit thirsty so I bring up this great big
10:43 bottle of fizzy water, sit it between my legs,
10:46 and I break the seal, now you might know what happened
10:49 at that point, I got a complete shower all in my lap,
10:53 so make sure you don't carry fizzy water on the plane.
10:56 You want straight water, it will be a whole lot more convenient
11:00 for you when you up about 20,000 feet,
11:02 with all the pressures, and all the shaking of the thing.
11:05 I also carry with me in my carry on bag,
11:08 is a change of clothing.
11:09 It's not just for my computer, and my camera,
11:11 and things like this, because if my luggage ends up missing
11:15 somewhere, I want to enough clothing with me to get me
11:19 through the night, so I have my pajamas in there,
11:21 I have a full change of clothing,
11:23 I've got my most important things in my carry on bags.
11:27 I get it in my mind, ok, my goal is that everything is
11:32 going to arrive, my expectation is that all is
11:34 going to arrive is me and my carry on,
11:36 that way I've got what I need when I get there.
11:39 I also carry some literature for people.
11:42 Literature about any spiritual subject, that you can share
11:46 with them, as you are going through your experience.
11:49 I also carry some type of snacking foods.
11:51 Sometimes in the airlines, either you are not fed,
11:54 or you are fed..., you put I for your vegan meal
11:57 and they come by and say like this.
11:59 Do you want pork or fish?
12:01 I say well I asked for a vegan meal,
12:04 and so you are not down for a vegan meal.
12:06 So it's nice for you to open up your carry on,
12:09 your little travel kit, and pull out some Granola,
12:12 or some travel mix, or some nice things.
12:15 You don't want to eat heavy in an airplane,
12:17 You want to eat very light,
12:18 but you might want to eat something.
12:20 I also carry some melatonin, with me, which I will talk about
12:23 in a few minutes, but it's nice to have melatonin.
12:25 If you are flying east especially,
12:27 when I'm flying east, which means you are going
12:30 into the sun, which is usually you are flying at night time
12:33 across the Atlantic Ocean.
12:34 I get on the airplane, I get settled in about two hours later
12:37 I take a melatonin, trying to sleep for that extremely short
12:41 night, because you have a long day ahead of you
12:43 once you get there.
12:45 I also carry with me, and this is sort of a strange things to
12:49 carry, I carry a harmonica.
12:51 It's amazing sometimes when you get into a flight,
12:54 and you got some fussy child sitting right next to you
12:57 and they just can't be still, you start playing a harmonica
13:01 they get completely quiet and watch what you are doing.
13:04 I think people like to hear some sounds, you may not
13:07 be able to play the harmonica, but if I can play the harmonica,
13:10 you can play the harmonica.
13:12 Just get one and start blowing and drawing, and pretty soon
13:15 you're going to find that you can play that thing quite well.
13:18 There are some of the simple things,
13:20 one other thing I want to mention.
13:22 If you travel a lot to the same country, I travel a lot
13:25 to the country of Ukraine.
13:27 What I've done this last time I went there, when I was going
13:30 through customs, I got a few sheets of their
13:34 custom declaration forms, so now I have them at my home.
13:37 I'm leaving for Ukraine again soon, I can take out that form
13:41 have it completely itemized before I even leave my house
13:45 to get to Kiev, instead of waiting in these long lines
13:49 while everyone is filling their things out,
13:50 I go straight up to the counter give them my customs declaration
13:54 show them my passport, with my visa's and breeze on through.
13:57 One other thing, when you are packing your suitcase,
13:59 keep and itemized list of everything you are packing.
14:02 Especially things that you might want to declare,
14:06 or someone might wonder where you got that.
14:09 You don't have to list all your pairs of socks, and how many
14:12 shirts, but anything that is electronic, anything that is
14:15 hardware, you want to list this on a sheet of paper,
14:19 because the next time you go across another border,
14:21 you want an itemized list of what you have with you,
14:25 because it will make things a whole lot more pleasant.
14:28 Traveling is a great experience, when you are out there traveling
14:32 remember that your are representing not America,
14:35 you are representing Jesus Christ.
14:37 And Dr. Thrash, I think that's exactly what God wants us to do,
14:40 to be good representatives of Him.
14:42 Yes travel is for some people a great blessing, a great joy
14:47 and a nice time, but for others like myself,
14:51 it's not the very nicest.
14:54 I always travel with a good bit of discomfort, and wish I
14:59 could do what I need to do over there, at my home.
15:04 One of the things that can make travel a lot easier for you,
15:08 is that of the food that you eat.
15:11 For about a week before you go into a trip,
15:14 especially if you are the kind of person that gets motion sick,
15:17 make your food very light.
15:19 Especially don't eat very heavy fats,
15:22 you may eat a few nuts, but don't eat a lot of nuts,
15:27 because they can be pretty heavy foods.
15:31 All kinds of free fats margarine, mayonnaise,
15:34 fried foods, cooking fats, salad oils, all of these
15:38 are very heavy foods, they tend to make it so that you are
15:41 more likely to get sick at the stomach,
15:43 if you have the tendency to be motion sick.
15:46 In addition to that, on the day of the flight,
15:50 try to figure out when the next meal will be for you.
15:57 You simply figure how many hours it is going to take you to go
16:02 the next place, and then you decide if they will be eating
16:06 at X hour, which for me is Y hour, so it's wise if you take
16:13 that meal at Y hour, instead of at your regular meal time.
16:19 Then your next meal, unless it's in the night on the plane,
16:24 then you eat that also at the next scheduled time for them,
16:29 where you are going.
16:30 If night catches you, and you are on the plane
16:33 during the night, they're going to offer you some foods,
16:36 sometime during the night.
16:37 Refuse that food, you will do far better if you do.
16:41 Your jet lag will be a lot less severe, you will have a lot less
16:46 gastrointestinal distress if you simply say no to that food.
16:50 Then with the meals that you eat on the plane,
16:57 before and after, if you will very carefully regulate this
17:02 you will suffer much less from jet lag.
17:04 Now Dr. Miller will tell you another aspect that's
17:08 very important about traveling, Dr. Miller.
17:11 - You know another thing that she reminded me of,
17:14 while she was talking, is when I travel at night,
17:16 she says when they offer you the meal, refuse it.
17:19 Often, they are going to wake you up to offer you the meal.
17:23 I like to carry with me a Do Not Disturb sign,
17:27 and I hang it right around my neck,
17:29 It's right on my chest, so I'm sitting there asleep,
17:31 it's on top of the blanket, Do Not Disturb,
17:34 and they will not disturb you,
17:36 I think thats is a really good suggestion.
17:39 Dr. Thrash has mentioned a term called "jet lag. "
17:42 It's a problem that we go through, it doesn't have to be
17:47 jet lag, it could be changing to daylight savings time lag.
17:50 Just changing one hour has a profound effect upon our
17:54 circadian rhythms upon our whole body,
17:56 and basically jet lag is a violation of our
17:59 circadian rhythm, it's an assault against our system,
18:02 and we've got to learn how to recover from it.
18:05 The first thing that I would recommend,
18:06 if you are going to do international travel,
18:09 especially flying east, which I've already mentioned,
18:13 it's the hardest way, try to arrive early.
18:16 I don't mean two hours early, I mean a few days early,
18:19 because, it will take you a few days...
18:22 It takes about a week to get over the critical effects
18:26 of jet lag, and a month to get over the entire residuals,
18:29 of the jet lag, and so you want to arrive a few days earlier
18:33 that you can sit there and relax, and
18:35 not have to have your mind very sharp.
18:37 Not long ago, I flew to Japan, from Cincinnati
18:41 to Atlanta, to Tokyo, that was a long trip.
18:45 I got picked up in Tokyo, and was taken, and within two hours
18:49 of arriving at my hotel, I was standing in front of a group
18:53 of people speaking, I was really in bad shape.
18:57 The Lord give grace in these times, and I was able to think
19:00 clearly, and speak clearly, but after the meeting was over,
19:04 I was totally exhausted, and I don't really want to do that
19:08 type of a program again, although I will have gotten
19:11 calls upon me to do it exactly that way.
19:13 But what can you do about jet lag when you arrive at your
19:16 destination you want to get outside in the sunshine,
19:20 and get some exercise.
19:21 I will say if you are flying west, coming back from Europe
19:25 to America, you usually arrive in the mid-afternoon,
19:29 it will take you awhile to get to your home,
19:31 what I usually try to do, is do a few things and go to bed
19:34 at a normal time, like 8:00, 8:30, or 9:00, and get myself
19:39 back on to my schedule, it's very much easier to get on to
19:42 your schedule going west, than it is east.
19:44 Going East you have a very short night, and an extremely
19:47 long day, because you are always flying at night time
19:50 going over west.
19:51 So, get some sunshine, get some exercise,
19:54 resist the temptation to take a sleeping aid,
19:57 anywhere along here.
19:58 The melatonin is just fine, it will naturally help you
20:01 get some rest.
20:03 I like to take that myself, but no sleeping aids
20:05 if you can't sleep, at that night of the flight,
20:08 or the next night, let your body naturally take over
20:11 stay away from alcohol, stay away from caffeine,
20:14 stay away from nicotine, all these things are extremely bad
20:18 for jet lag situations, you don't want those things.
20:21 You want to, as we've already mentioned twice,
20:23 keep yourself well hydrated, especially a few days before
20:28 going on your trip.
20:29 Before you go on the trip you want to be well hydrated,
20:32 you want to be well rested.
20:34 If you are like me, you are packing the night before
20:38 you leave, in the morning you are leaving,
20:40 you are throwing the stuff in the suitcase, and you are
20:42 getting all stressed out.
20:43 If you could pack a week ahead of time, or at least 3 or 4 days
20:47 ahead of time, and those last few days are restful,
20:51 getting ready to go days, that's the best way to do it.
20:54 That way you don't have all the stress along with your travel.
20:57 Eat light, don't take the light meal, arrive early, exercise,
21:04 simple, simple things, and I find that when I follow these
21:07 myself, I don't have the major problems with jet lag, although
21:11 I'm still going to meet it, because I violated my own body's
21:15 constitution, but it can be very kind to us, if we do it with
21:20 some moderation, and do it with these simple things in mind.
21:23 Dr. Thrash, does it work for you?
21:25 Oh yes, those things work for me,
21:27 but I still don't enjoy the traveling over many miles
21:32 and a lot of time zones.
21:34 One of the things that you can always benefit from,
21:38 is an understanding of light.
21:42 Light that comes into your eyes, sets your circadian rhythm.
21:48 The circadian rhythm is that biological time clock that's
21:52 built around a day.
21:53 It takes 24 hours for us to complete one cycle.
21:57 The circadian rhythm can be set somewhat by what you do.
22:03 If you have figured out what time it's going to be,
22:07 in the place of your destination then figure back to what time
22:11 that would be where you are now, and so you simply
22:15 advance or retreat in the time to agree with
22:21 where you are going, and then when it gets dark,
22:24 in the place where you are going,
22:26 especially when it gets to be bed time, put on some kind
22:29 of blinder or eye mask as Dr. Miller mentioned,
22:33 that can make it so your eyes are dark,
22:37 even if you can't sleep, you still need to have the darkness.
22:42 Then when you take the mask off, if you can leave it on until
22:50 it's time to be daylight on the other side where you are going,
22:54 then take the mask off at the time
22:58 of daylight, in that country.
23:00 When you get there, you may need a flashlight, because
23:01 it's true, even though you have taken these precautions,
23:09 you've eaten on their schedule, you've darkened your eyes
23:12 on their schedule, even so you may still wake up in the night
23:16 when you should be sleeping, and you are wide awake.
23:19 There's no way you can sleep,
23:21 and you don't want to turn the lights on,
23:23 so you just lie there miserable in bed.
23:26 So if you have a flashlight,
23:27 that could be very helpful to you,
23:29 it makes it so that you don't have to turn all the lights
23:32 on in order to at least just look at your watch,
23:34 or look over some notes, or read a passage in the Bible,
23:39 or whatever may be your desire at the moment.
23:43 With the water, the water is of course for you
23:48 to stay well hydrated.
23:49 One of the reasons for you to stay well hydrated,
23:52 is to avoid travel strokes.
23:54 These are getting to be quite an important cause
23:57 of disability today.
23:59 Travel strokes can be avoided to a large degree,
24:04 if a person will do two things.
24:06 Number one, they drink plenty of water.
24:09 How much is that?
24:10 It's enough to produce around two quarts of urine a day,
24:15 well you have no way to measure, is there another way
24:20 that you can tell?
24:21 Yes, about the color of the urine, that's a good way.
24:25 So if you know that the urine should be pale in color,
24:28 it should not be entirely water colored, but
24:30 it should certainly not be dark,
24:32 then that's about the color that the urine should be,
24:36 and you are well hydrated, if you can achieve that.
24:39 The second thing, is you must move.
24:42 Now move in an airline seat! There you are just crowded into
24:48 it, and a person is here, and a person is there
24:51 how can you move.
24:52 Well there are certain ways, one is you can yawn,
24:55 just take a big, big breath and try your best to yawn,
24:59 and then another thing is you can just raise your hands right
25:03 up over your head.
25:04 That's your space up there, so you raise your hands,
25:06 and you stretch upwards, as much as you can.
25:09 Then if you can't go any farther, you just squeeze,
25:14 squeeze your shoulder muscles, squeeze your arms,
25:17 your hands, then your abdominal muscles, your back muscles,
25:21 then the legs, and the thighs, it's especially important
25:25 to keep the blood circulating in the legs and the thighs
25:30 to prevent a stroke.
25:32 Clothing of course should not be tight around the waist,
25:35 or tight around any extremity.
25:37 If you eat heavy foods like beans, or nuts,
25:41 or a lot of high fiber foods
25:44 just before you leave for a trip.
25:47 When you are in the air, that gas
25:49 that's in the intestinal track will swell, and that will make
25:54 you all the more uncomfortable.
25:56 If you are traveling with an infant,
25:58 several things to remember about traveling with an infant.
26:01 One is when you go up, and when you come down,
26:04 but especially when you come down.
26:06 If you will provide something for the infant to suck
26:10 during that time, then that can help the infant to be
26:13 much more comfortable, because the sucking action
26:16 will open up the Eustachian tube, and keep the air equalized
26:21 between the middle ear and the external ear outside.
26:26 That can be helpful to the baby.
26:28 Then another thing, remember about the baby,
26:31 that you should not diaper the baby to tightly,
26:34 because a tightly bound baby, when the intestinal tract swells
26:41 a little bit with the increase in the altitude, then the baby
26:45 doesn't have a lot of room to expand, so if they expand
26:49 just a couple of tablespoonfuls worth, it's going to be very
26:53 uncomfortable for the baby.
26:54 So they may be most uncomfortable during the flight.
26:57 Those are some very important things to remember
27:01 for a small baby.
27:03 You can dilute the baby's food on the way up,
27:07 so that the production of gas is minimized,
27:12 and that can help the baby with that.
27:15 There are certain threats to health, and if you remember
27:20 these when you are traveling and adjust to them,
27:23 plan for them, make the provisions,
27:26 whenever they are supposed to come up,
27:27 you will travel much more successfully.
27:30 You will avoid many of the things that injure people
27:34 or even threaten their lives, even such things as allergies,
27:38 which have been in the news a good bit, recently about
27:44 airline foods, so with these tips, we hope the next time
27:48 you are traveling, it will not only be pleasant,
27:50 but also very safe and very comfortable.