To a worm in an apple, the world is made of apple.
Flying has lost its lustre in the past few decades. What was once glamorous and romantic has been reduced to standing in line, taking your shoes off and pouring out any excess liquids at security control before proceeding to an overcrowded terminal building and aircraft. The one and only benefit of being so close to many people is the opportunity it gives trendspotters to study the travel habits, on-board behaviour and duty-free shopping habits of fellow travellers.
There is another ...