What is your home city/country? How long is the trip to post from there, with what connections? How easy/difficult is it to travel to this city/country?

Salt Lake City, Utah. 3.5 hours direct flight. - Aug 2018


DC. It's a pretty straightforward flight with a stop over in Atlanta, Houston, or Dallas. Quite inexpensive, too - Feb 2017


Home base is Oregon. We expect the flight to take most of the day with layovers in DFW, LAX, or Arizona. There are direct flights with local airline Volaris but the hours are all red-eye and the days are sporadic. - Feb 2015


Washington, DC -- about 8 hours via a bunch of different cities, but no direct flights. - Jan 2015


It takes less than three hours to fly from Guadalajara to southern U.S. states. Generally, you need to connect through Arizona or Texas to get to the rest of the U.S. but there are many direct flights too. - Oct 2014


We live and work overseas so we don't really have a home base in the U.S. - May 2014


DC, 7 hours with a lay-over in Houston. - Apr 2014


New York. Guadalajara always requires a stopover either in Mexico City, Miami or in Texas, so it's a minimum 7 hours of flying time due to stopovers. - Jun 2013


Chicago, IL. There are direct flights but most flights connect through Dallas or Houston. Direct flights are about five hours and connections can vary. - Jan 2012


Anderson, South Carolina; We fly from Guadalajara to Atlanta (4 hours) to connect (1 hour) to Greenville, South Carolina. - Jan 2011


Washington, DC. There are no direct flights, but Continental and American fly with one connection (in Dallas or Houston usually). Trip is about 6.5 hours flight time. - Jun 2010


New book from Talesmag! Honest and courageous stories of life abroad with special needs.

Read More