I naively chose the window seat, not realizing that if I needed to go to the bathroom, I would have a hard time getting out of bed.
Usually, I like the window seat on the plane. Not only do I like to rest my head on the side of the plane, but I like to see the clouds and the layout of the landscape below, especially after takeoff.
Unfortunately, we were told to keep the windows closed for most of the flight so others could rest, so it really didn’t matter if I had a window seat.
That’s not the worst part, though. Unexpectedly, the two people next to him may have fallen asleep and could not get up when they went to the toilet or stretched their legs.
I really don’t like disturbing people if they’re sleeping, so I stuck to my seat most of the 10 hour flight.
On the way home, I had an aisle seat. While the experience is better, I would recommend not choosing an aisle seat too close to the bathroom like I did, as there will be a row next to you and people may lean on your chair or bump into your chair.