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... it would be taking off immediately. The flight to Kelowna was routine, and passengers were served the usual small bag of pretzels and a beverage. Although it’s only a one hour flight, it seemed to drag on forever. I was very relieved to finally touch down in Kelowna, especially as it was a beautiful sunny evening.
It was strange on this occasion not to have to wait at the carousel to collect my pack. Instead I had to stop at the Air Canada ...
... spending an additional hour and half sitting at the airport, which I'm not prepared to do).
My pre-trip nervousness and anxiety has been increasing over the last week or so, which is a definite sign that it's almost time for departure. Part of this may be due to the fact that I always have the nagging feeling that I've forgotten some crucial detail, and worries that I won't get everything done in time. Once I'm seated in "sardine class" and the ...
Less than 1 month to go. We had a pot luck dinner for all of us to get to know each other and Anne gave us all the details of our travels once in Malaysia. Now the excitement and packing gets started.
I was wondering if any of you could reply to this entry so I can see that for sure my blogs will reach you. I would appreciate it as I haven't had any response from my first sharing of this site so not sure if I'm doing it right.
... Egg Sub, orange juice and coffee at a “health food” outlet. The staff working there have to be among the slowest and most lackadaisical that I’ve seen anywhere in Europe. My order was €13.50 which I paid with €15 in bills. The clerk made a big production of shuffling coins in his change drawer and then handed me €0.50 in change. I don’t know if this was deliberate, but I’ve heard of the “slow ...
... they won’t understand us if we say “dunny”. An annoying thing about North America is that tax is not included in the advertised price, so you never know how much something is going to end up costing you, especially because each state has its own tax.
Boston is a nice city with an old, European feel. It’s much more open than New York – it’s not just corridors of skyscrapers! Harvard basically has its own town, Cambridge, which is pretty ...