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... at 6C, a far cry from the heat of India. At the electronic customs area, there were questions about Ebola. The bag was out soon enough.
The Park 'n Fly was waiting for me and went directly to Self Park. Check out was seamless as was the traffic flow.
On arrival home, Tabu came running down the hall and jumped on my checked luggage. He gave a meow that said, Rafik, ‘glad you're back’. My mom’s tears said the same thing.
... they do baked potatoes here - I'll remember that next time fastfood is the only option!
We drove to Uncle Greg & Aunt Evonne Pipe's. Uncle Greg is Uncle Vaughn's brother, and they live very close to Book Road. Their house is beautiful and the back lawn opens out to a farm property. There are no fences sectioning off the property, so it felt like they lived on a farm in the middle of the country! The owners are nice and let them walk all over, ...
... hugging and introductions all round
At the allotted time of Midday we moved to the Gallery and met up with more of the group.
then headed off across the road to have lunch in the courtyard of the local..
Carolynn was sooo happy to finally meet, in person, the people she had known for so long on the net.
Eventually it was time to leave, find our hotel and book in.
We were no sooner in ...
... to sit underneath the raised AC restaurant and the wifi still worked. The final pix for yesterday and today were selected and a draft blog from yesterday uploaded before I saw the general gate area for the flight. Security, etc went quickly.
No wifi on this side. The AC gate is not posted so did a walkabout, finding an empty Samsung charging tower. How nice of the company to take care of my power needs for the flight home.
At 1540, I should ...
Every good travel journal should start with context - you know, give the story as to how the trip all came about....
This one starts about 20 years ago in the Paraguayan jungle in the northern part of the country, just outside Loma Plata. My mom was born there and lived there until she was 8. She still has lots of family there. Anyway, her aunt and uncle were visiting Canada and she and her uncle got to talking about her Crohn's and the medications she was on ...