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Flight #2: Boeing 271, China Eastern Airlines.
Date: Jan 30, 2015
Total Cost: $9,782.00
Race End time: 2:30 p.m.
From: Tokyo, Japan
To: Chicago, Illinois
Time took: 11hrs, 35min, Nonstop
Flight #: Boeing 777-300, United Airlines.
Date: Feb 1, 2015
Total Cost: $4,854.50
Flight from Chicago to Rio De Janeiro: $ 4,532.40
Waiting for the kids to get home. Had a last minute snafu with our trip as our flights to Cochin are on an airline that is currently grounded because of financial problems. That flight takes us on our 9 day tour of Kerela from Dec 24th to Jan 2nd. The airline, Spicejet, was denied fuel because of their debt! So now the 9 of us will split up for that flight on Dec 24th but thankfully we now have new seats reserved on Jet Air. In fact the 4 ...
... 90's....plus leather boots, hiking boots, tevas, flat shoes, flip flops and a trendy pair of sandals. Thankfully my friend Joseph did lots of research on luggages and I bought this Timbuk2 Copilot specifically for this trip. I was surprised that I could fit so much in this luggage but I did need to spend time carefully rolling my clothes and strategically stuffing things in the corners to use the space as efficiently as possible. I also got a bunch of ...
... and get moving again. Sometimes this meant moving off-course in order to pick up wind and, hopefully, move back to where you want to be. One instance happened in late afternoon/early evening on Saturday, when we were nearly "becalmed" or breeze-less. There was a little wind, but just a little and the boat moved at barely two knots or less (roughly two ...
... our minds turn to the forthcoming trip and the journey ahead. Route 66 was the USA's original road trip connecting Chicago with Los Angeles in 1926, a step back in time in small town America. Nostalgia and kitsch will be our constant companions with neon lights, drive in movies, icecream parlours and pie diners on the way. Route 66 was nicknamed the Mother Road during the Depression when migrants from the east drove west ...