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... we’ve just flown here. Delta: *speaking Dutch on the phone* Me: We need to board now, the flight goes in 30 minutes Delta: *Switches computers* Me: *Follows* Delta: How many bags do you have? Me: Are we going to make this flight? Delta: Did you pay extra? Me: Are we going to make the flight? The tickets were booked via the travel agent and all costs should be covered. Delta: NO NO NO, you need to pay 547 Euros. Al: *Goes white* Me: The bags ...
... we were down to one lane and I was stuck behind a truck and couldn't see anything. When I finally got past, it turned out a cop had pulled a guy over under a bridge, and stopped all the rest of us. We were going so slowly, I don't know how it could have been worth it. >:(
I'm staying in a Super8 motel. It ain't no Motel 6, but it's fine. Everything is a relatively similar shade of puke green, but it seems clean. And it's far ...
... I bought a few things. We walked around for a while, got lunch, and then ended at the amusement park. This park is way more intense than I had ever expected. Unfortunately, we only had time to do one thing so we chose to do this crazy ropes course and a zip line. The zip line was awesome. The ropes course was a lot harder and scarier that we thought it would be, though. Overall, the mall was a total success! So fun! After the mall we drove to the Minneapolis Sculpture ...
... us. We called Angie and were able to talk to Max. He sounded so old. We told him we would bring him some Turkish Delight and he laughed and told us that we don't have to buy any because people just give it to him. I guess people love kids here and will often hand him candy when they meet him. I heard my first call to prayer tonight. I thought how wonderful to be reminded throughout the day that God ...
My flight to Europe this time started off with one of my really good friends, Chanho, picking me up from my home and bringing me to the airport. He picked me up around 5 or so in the morning so I could make my flight at 8.. In typical Chanho fashion, he needed his coffee break so as I promised him for driving me to the airport and since my parents gave him gas money although he refused to take it, we used it to buy coffee! Now mom and dad...you know what that money really went ...