Old Victorian Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast
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... is a little dreary and could do with a spruce up. There were a lot of business men awaiting flights at 5.30 in the morning. And finally people say "All right," a lot, they also seem a little harder here but I guess you get that in a bigger city. The great news is that while I'm writing this our flight has been delayed by eight hours....some unhappy customers at the counter, plus Maya and I are freezing!...it must be 10 degrees in ...
Today is the day. We are scheduled to be picked up at 8am for our transport to the RV. We grab a coffee and sort of Brekkie and wait. The drive is around 90 minutes and seamless. On the other-hand, the traffic into the city is bumper to bumper as there had been an accident earlier in the morning. On the drive we start to plan. We need a : Room mate agreement Bathroom roster A/C temperature agreement A no hanky ...
Well yesterday we arrived at the airport at what I perceived to be plenty of time to board our flight. Once at the counter, we were informed that my perception was slightly skewed, and the flight was closed. The clerk at the counter made it seem as if it was not a big deal and gave us a number to reservations to be re-booked on a later flight. From that point it was ...
Our story begins in Wauconda. Sean and Melissa got up at 4:30 am to get ourselves ready and got the girls up at 5 am. After breakfast of chocolate chip muffins (chosen by Claire), the girls got bathed and dressed and we packed our last few items into the suitcases and packed the car. Claire was really excited! After kissing the cats and horses (the pugs had already been banished to Sean's clinic the night before), we left at 6:30 am ...
... group and start our adventure. Rob, we knew you would take the voucher without thinking twice. Personal notes: A very wealthy contingent of older Americans have taken over first class. Jamie has taken to calling them the yacht club. Also, the Japanese are very respectful to others as many are wearing masks to cover their mouths so we don't get their sickness. Last note: we have officially started our malaria ...