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Saturday 19 to Sunday 20 September
Yet another early start (the turbulence really kicks in soon after the sun rises). A quick breakfast and we started the walk to the airfield. There are no taxis in Limon and the hotel shuttle doesn't operate at the weekend. However, the receptionist mentioned that sometimes the local Police have been known to provide a lift – he would give them a call and see if a car was free! As there was a ...
... which are loud enough to make car alarms go off. The bikes are sleek, black and shiny. New bikes I think. Mmmmm my head goes back to the airport where everyone I think everyone thinks I'm famous. Here I am famous in Denver now too as we ride down and out through the airport - the hot Denver summer night going through my hair. We leave responsibility behind. Tonight Damon is not the VP and ...
... continent. Cant thank Gerry enough for making this trip so memorable and full of amazing sights. Wow, what a journey it was!!!!!
Anyway my flight to Chicago is delayed due to bad weather, but we arrive and land ok. But it was a very bumpy flight. Now i am sitting in the Chicago airport waiting for my 8pm flight to Dublin, Ireland, where a whole new adventure is about to unfold.
I will publish this as soon as we board to avoid being bombarded with phone calls from my parents and second parents (Julie and Howard). Oh gosh! I arrived EARLY to the airport about an hour and 45 minutes a before my flight. Julie drove me! Thank you!!!. Check in was a bit of a nightmare... Mostly because I only knew my final destination (Liberia, Costa Rica) and I had NO idea how I was getting ...
... right in time. The whole car ride I was excited because I was gonna have a blast. I have only been away from home by myself for 1 week in Washington D.C but that's it. And this trip is a whole month. I mean, I was pretty nervous but the interns said it was gonna go by as fast as lightning.
We checked out bags and talked a lot. We cracked jokes and I forgot all about going all around the world. There are 14 students going and 3/4 of them ...