When you travel, do you switch off your phone and iPad?
Or do you use them to update Facebook as you are travelling?
I'm in two minds.
The Boy Child is anxious to plug himself in as soon as he is in his seat.
Yesterday, however, I made him wait until we were more than two-thirds of the way to Granny's.
He had two magazines to peruse (one on football and one on aviation).
He also had to read aloud from his school reading book (Huckleberry Finn).
I used the iPad Mini to post three words on Facebook: is almost there.
On the return journey, I watched Sunday's episode of Indian Summers,
which I had downloaded onto my iPad Mini on Monday night.
Without adverts, it ran for a little over 40 minutes.
I then read The Girl on the Train right up until my own train pulled into its destination.
I carried on reading it on the Tube journey home.
I was the only person in my carriage with an actual real-life book in their hands.
So, technology and travel ... yes, no, sometimes, maybe?