Space tourism on the riseWe're taking our first baby steps in the sphere of space travel but soon, with the benefit of hindsight, it will all seem like "so what?", as it gets completely absorbed into the common culture.
Once we've learned to run, hop, skip and jump as well, then travel to potentially habitable planets in the Goldilock's zone around distant stars will become a reality. Would you pay a visit?
Until then...There are always balloon flights that will take you into space. You can experience weightlessness in the free-fall of the vomit comet or, with a few million in the bank, you can pay for a seat aboard one of the space skimmerships now being built specially for the purpose.
The well appointed space tourist will, of course, be accoutred accordingly. And if you're visiting any of the centres for space / space travel or space science, you'll want to be too!
With a discreet luggage tag, a messenger bag, a wallet, a watch, a cinch bag for dirty laundry and, most importantly, a lumbar pillow for maximum comfort while you travel, you'll be expressing your love of all things Space!
Which of the following destinations will you choose in the future?