Air travel tip- Soapy hands
I am a typical woman with a small bladder. Well, there’s more to that. I’m an atypical woman actually. I have a bladder condition, Interstitial Cystitis, that makes me urinate much more frequently than the average woman. So I consider myself an airplane bathroom expert. As a result, I have some insight for you. When you are about to wash your hands in the teeny-tiny airplane loo, check to make sure there is water first. I can’t tell you the number of times I lathered my hands with soap to find there was either no, or little water flow in the sink. Then I was stuck doing the wipe sticky hands on paper towels dance, which quite frankly sucks. Then, you travel most likely picking up more (you are welcome to conduct an accurate experiment on your own) nasty travel germs, as they glue themselves to your sticky hands.
While it ain’t rocket science, it’s sure nice to not be like the stinky kid in 3rd grade who always had grubby hands.