Stian Blipp, Air Strike | Stian Blipp hit by holiday chaos: – The ass hotel of the times
In recent days, several Norwegians have received holiday plans and flights from the most recently completed aircraft technician strike.
This also applies to host Stian Blipp (32), who has steadily shared updates about his ongoing holiday chaos.
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After having his flight canceled and having to make drastic changes to his itinerary, he was able to announce a short time ago that he had now arrived in Greece.
– The fox hotel of all time
«A fat cactus in the mail to the fox hotel of all time. Stay away », it says initially in the latest Instagram story the 32-year-old shares.
«Saint Nikolas Resort outside Chania has overbooked all the reviews and asks them to go to another hotel if they want rum. When asked what happens to the money, the answer is “It is not our problem”, he writes further.
According to previous Instagram shares, Blipp will participate in the mother – in – law’s wedding, together with his wife Jamina Blipp (33) and the couple’s two children.
The online newspaper has tried to get in touch with Stian Blipp and the hotel without having succeeded so far.
According to our websites, it must still be possible to book a hotel room.
Hit by plane chaos
Despite the fact that the family of four apparently arrived in Greece, their flight was canceled on Monday morning – the same day as departure.
– We were literally standing with our backpacks on our backs when we received the message. It’s super weird, Blipp said E24.
Thus, the plan was to get to Greece via Copenhagen. The wedding should also have started on a longer holiday trip for the family. According to the plan, they will move on to Spain and then France, the website writes.
– We have to get down to Greece so that the whole journey does not fall apart. It’s a real domino effect, it’s hotels and different that potentially go ad undas. I just have to wish good luck, Blipp predicted earlier today.