You Know You Travel Too Much When
Your passport is less than a year old and it already needs new pages.
The only time you have to get new pages is during a business trip to Singapore.
You have memorized your passport number - and your China Visa number.
You know exactly which security line to pick in the Beijing airport for domestic flights.
You know which China airports have Starbucks and/or internet.
You avoid the first flight out of PEK because that is the one with all of the obnoxious American Chamber of Commerce tour groups.*
You know that taking the bus from HongQiao to downtown Shanghai is often faster than waiting in the taxi line. And it only costs 4 kuai.
You know that Air China Business is worse than Singapore Airlines Economy.
You regularly tell your driver as he drops you off at the airport that you have no idea when you will be back.
You buy all your makeup at the dutyfree stores in airports.
You intentionally buy two sizes of perfume: regular and travel.
You know which shops to hit at each airport during a layover - Jim Thompson in Bangkok, Liberty and Smythson in Heathrow, Khiel's in Hong Kong, the bookstore in Dubai, every single store in Singapore, and no stores in Bangalore**.
You recognize the Singapore Airlines flight attendants.
* No, I will not apologize for that comment.
** Worst airport experience ever. Well, except for the time in Guayaquil when the drug dog identified a ham sandwich in my bag. But that was situational.