But there is no way I can make the website remember this. And all the way to paying by card, the travel insurance popups keep coming. I think the business model for Ryanair is to give almost free flights (my round trip to Stockholm is for LVL 14, I am not knocking that) and make money on travel insurance and little plastic bags of booze. I am surprised that didn't send me (I had to give them my mobile phone number) an SMS saying "Do you really, really, absolutely finally not want travel insurance". Well, FUCK NO!! Do you understand?
Oh yes, then on my Safari browser another popup appears saying it doesn't trust the certificate on the Ryanair site. So I click for a look, and this huge banner rolls down with all kinds of info how this is a Verisign certificate signed by God in septuplicate for each day of creation and belongs to Ryanair etc, etc. Trouble is, there is no way to scroll down and click OK, the fucker doesn't scroll and I can't scroll the larger window so I end up force quitting the whole thing and waiting nervously for my Ryanair e-ticket to arrive by e-mail. It does and Yahoo! classifies it as spam, but when I try to move it to my regular inbox to print later, Yahoo screws up. A wonderful middle of the night (waiting for our son and my mother-in-law, who we sent to Tenerife, to get back on some red-eye delayed charter).