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So, here it is, the last entry of the blog. Tomorrow evening we fly back to what we believe is a sunny U.K, leaving equally sunny Seattle and the USA behind. We're going to miss the place, and, of course, it fills us with dread to think of moving and finding jobs again. Below I'll put some stats on the trip, but here's what we've been up to for the last few days. After breaking out of California (it's a long state!) we moved into Oregon. We were initially a little apprehensive ...
We flew out this morning from Baltimore non-stop to Seattle. After a flawless flight, Joe and I navigated the Sea-Tac Airport following the fish inlaid in the floor. Jen and Chris Walters, our Washington hosts picked us up in their orange Prius; riding green in the Evergreen state. From their home, we ...
... very very tempting to try!The staff onboard were mainly Phillipinos, but there were also many other nations represented. And they were happy, smiling, willing to help, and seemed to thoroughly enjoy making our week as pleasant as possible.During our first couple of days, we were lucky enough to see several whales (orcas) 'blowing', and one orca came really near the ship - I managed to hastily take a blurry photo in my excitement!Our first stop is Ketchikan. More ...
... a great experience so far. We flew to Japan on a B777. The total distance is 7656km covered over 10hrs. The plane was much nicer than I expected, 3 rows of 3 seats. Unlimited movies, tv shows, audiobooks, and games were available on the touch screen in front of each seat. The hot meals were pretty good. nothing special but I am sure looking forward to some real thai food. It was cool to check the live map ever once and a while and see where ...
... conversation; that's how they got Ahmed Rassam (think that's his name), the guy who was going to blow up LAX. He was sweating while talking with the border official coming into the U.S. from Canada at the Blaine, WA crossing. The border person made him pull over, and voila, his truck was full of enough explosives to easily kill several thousand and obliterate a terminal via roadside bomb.
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