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Saturday here was a travel day to Guangzhou, which is another very large city (approx. 17 million people). We thought the day was going to be easy, but it was a little tougher than we anticipated. It started as usual with breakfast at the hotel, then we packed up in our hotel and bused to the airport, along with 5 other CCAI families. Zayne did not enjoy being buckled in his seat on the plane, and he let us all know it. What we thought would be our secret weapon ...
Making it impossible to miss my flight I ensured we left home to leave for Heathrow with plenty of time. By this time there had already been lots of tears from saying goodbye to my dad, brother and sister Bernie. At the airport I got waved off by my mum, sister Josie and best friend Lucy. Typical, got stopped at security and tested for every possible case- liquids, body searched, tooth paste scanned and even my phone case and zips were put through tests. I asked a man why he ...
... 135 here, but we parked way out on the back fourty and took a 15 minute bus ride to the terminal, it looks like they are expanding this airport to rival LAX, I lost count on the 40th crane building the new terminals. Linda got some stale bread and coffee with her Visa card and Weston found a rolling ad that showed up every 40 slides of a boy peeing that made him laugh on queue every 2 minutes or ...
... the middle section. I could see out of the large windows, but I wasn't close enough to see any details. The window was not only really big, it could also brighten and dim using a little dial, which I thought was pretty cool. The flight was long, I think it took 11-12 hours to get to San Francisco. When we got there we checked our passports at these little kiosks and grabbed our bags. (We started the trip with four bags, now we have six. We are totally suckers for local art.) Thats all for ...
We left Bangkok at 2:00 a.m. We got to China at 6:15 & we leave now to come home. But first we need to visit San Francisco and then I will be a WORD TRAVELER! I am excited, happy & I can't wait to see everyone! Just a few days left! That'll be it for now:) I gotta go ...