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... Class. I wasn’t impressed and wouldn’t pay the little fee to upgrade with United again. Delta, sure. United, no thank you. First Class has better seats up front, free water/soda/drinks constantly, and some sort of food. That’s the only difference I noticed today. The first flight had a snack box which was good. This second flight had a full meal which neither of us ate ~ cold grilled chicken with cold ...
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... take up more room on the trains. Also, my observation on the four trips I have now done on the VIA Rail Eastern Corridor is that only a small minority of the travelers on these trains actually have large bags, so there is always plenty of space on the train. VIA Rail need to take a good look at themselves.
Now for the big one, we got to Fallowfield without incident and took a taxi to Ottawa International Airport. First hint of a problem was that last night ...
... so it's a bad idea.
Anyway I woke early so I could say good bye to Debbie, Paul and Leon. Debbie had a big day at the Auckland Boat Show, Paul had to go to work and Leon had a day out booked with friends and it gave me time to sort myself out and get organised. The past 9 days in NZ have been a whirlwind with a few moments of calm. Not that I'm complaining.
I packed and showered and was expecting to see Bill in the late afternoon but ...
... left my customs form in the plan. Okay stupid janna action, so had to go out of the cue and fill out another form. At first passport control where they also take your finger prints and a photo the guy was really friendly and just like new york he started making funny conversation. He laughed about me saying my stay in weeks and exact days, asked me what job and if I was traveling alone. When I said yes, he said: aaah so you're an adventurous bold traveler. Haaha ...
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