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What? Another plane ride? You guessed it! We headed to the Managua Airport this morning, bright and early, for our flight to Texas. When we had visited Elsa and her family in Bluefields, her dad gave Alissa a shark jaw. We were a little worried about going through customs, but no worries, it was the jar of peanut butter inside my bag that was confiscated. ...
... us travelling such a long distance with no stops except quick transits through airports.
Landing in Houston was an experience. As we began our descent, blue skies prevailed however we quickly became enveloped in cloud and moderate turbulence.
We waited and waited to see the ground loom up under us, but before we could see the ground we were on it!
We touched down about 7.30am on Monday 10th (Central Time).