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Sorry this is a bit late! Yesterday we woke up in the train at about 7am. Thankfully the screaming kid behind us slept almost through the night but there was a snorer in front of us!! We didn't have much luck that's for sure!! As it was a packed train we weren't allowed to move seats as there weren't any spare ones! Anyway we managed to get a few hours of broken sleep. The chairs reclined quite far but there was still a bit of tossing and turning! We arrived in Chicago one hour ...
... off the bat! We are now flying through London instead of Vienna on our way to Athens. Think I'll get to see Harry Potter?! After a few more precious hours with Ukko, we made it into the Uber cab. Finally, we are headed to the Van Galder bus to take us to the always magical O'Hare ...
... back on. I felt like sarcastically clapping in his face. So anyway, I was picked up by my cousins wife's mum (a bit confusing but hopefully you get it...the wife is a Chicagoan), gerri who was so lovely and had offered me a place to stay at her house for a few weeks! How excited was I; I was presented with an amazing double water bed, I didn't have to lock up my stuff and had access to Netflix; what more could I want? Such a nice family, I felt welcome from the minute ...
... Yet, like any other Type A personality, I cannot simply just take it all in … no, I have a nice little bucket list of things for our trip and our time away from Chicago.
// Relax with a Thai massage
// Meet an elephant
// Take a Thai cooking class in Chiang Mai
// Try pho (a Vietnamese noodle soup)
// Photograph Angkor Wat at sunrise/sunset
// Celebrate the Vietnamese New Year in Hoi An
// Soak up the sun in ...
... always wanted to live in a place like that, what's it cost to live there?" "It's cheap. Like a 3bedroom duplex for $500 a month" "A month!! I think you mean weekly!" "No a month" "Okay hold one one second little lady, I need you to write the name of this place down so I can find it!" "Oh man $500 a month! That's amazing! *turns to co-worker* oh good Lordy we could send mama there!! Just think that's way cheaper then putting her in a nursing ...