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Another day of good weather, 691 kms covered and two more states, Illinois and Iowa, are behind us.
The boys are really taking to this travelling lifestyle.
Day 11 began after a much needed good nights rest at the Fairfield Inn. We arrived the night before at nearly midnight! So good sleep was definitely needed. Our stay at the Fairfield included a breakfast, and we took full advantage! Cereal (there was some that were a bit like Lucky Charms, which made Dev happy), juices, bagels, eggs, the whole lot. There was a lot of American bacon, which is nice but not a scratch on the stuff back at home. It's thin and very ...
... thousand kms.
Had a nice swim in Lake Michigan near Chicago, huge lake can’t see the other side, there were large sand dunes and a small wave. Apparently a hippie in a combi does surf tours on the lake, but it just didn’t feel like the sea. Hils and I had several theories why not. I thought because we were higher the horizon has less of a curve, Hils thought because we were higher than sea level the clouds looked closer. Either way, it certainly looked like ...
... a busy few weeks getting everything set up but now were in our last week being here and things are finally coming together.
The first week I was here Suzanne flew out and we drove off to Wichita Kansas after work. It was about a five and a half hours and crossed two state lines, we finally arrive at 12:20am! Suzanne had planned with Staci’s boyfriend for weeks to plan this surprise visit for her and he had worked hard keeping her awake until we got there! ...
... was. I didn’t get much sleep on the plan as it was just 1 or 2 in the morning our time when we arrived in Brussels but 7 in the morning Belgium time. And after a small fight with the Brussels TSA agent (imagine that) I spent a couple of hours sleeping in the airport before our next flight. We flew to Dakar in Segal, Africa for a quick layover then to Freetown, Sierra Leone. I could defiantly tell the time change and jet lag ...