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... seemed foreign enough.
As I weaved through crowds of strangers talking to each other, laughing, smiling; "they all knew each other" was what I kept thinking. I was a foreigner. Through all the noise it was like they were speaking and entirely different dialect. When I tried to speak I had to remember how to be myself because I was lost and too nervous that I would be hated. For the first few hours of ...
Just left a meeting with my boss - a really solid guy, by the way. I told him that I was leaving the company to go to Thailand for 6 months. :-)
Initially, I gave one week notice. The more we talked, however, the more I realized that I have so much to do prior to my departure date, that I decided that today would be my last day...
Anyway, I have mixed emotions about this turn of events.
So, we arrived in Denver today, the temperature is a much nicer at 72 F (22C). We got up at 4.30am, (9.30 in england).The flights to Denver were good and on time.
For food today, we had m&m's, half a cookie, and then a yummy pasta meal at Ruby Tuesdays at about 2 ...
... of a large supercell.
It was a real tornado! Roger ordered the vans to pull over and we watched the tornado rip up an open field. We were only a half a mile way from the tornado!
Think the group was finally happy? I was so pumped up about that. It was great! We headed back to Denver so happy, we finally got what we wanted! A read tornado. We said our goodbyes that night and we went to our rooms thinking of the great day we ...
"There are only two emotions in a plane: boredom and terror."
- Orson Welles
Leave: Wednesday, Oct 12
DEN - FRA (9 hours)
10 hour layover
FRA - JNB (11 hours)
6 hour layover
JNB - CPT (2.5 hours)
Arrive: Friday, Oct 14
You do the math. ...