Apparently they do not believe in air conditioning here. Or benches.
I have imposed myself upon a café – too afraid to purchase the over priced water. I have a 5 hour layover and will spend most of it sitting here illegally.
I felt like I was 4 again when we touched down in the airport. I was smiling the whole descent. And pointing my toes.
The man checking my passport could not fathom my one month stay to study at a University in
Luckily for my seatmate and I, we didn’t have a middle person so it was a rather comfortable flight, although I did get quite anxious about 7 ½ hours in. Good Luck to my family as they move the 24 hour plane flight to
A lot of people smoke here, I’ve noticed in my one hour. I guess they’re not as uptight as us! Or health conscious…
Hopefully I will have internet access soon. It feels weird not being able to dial up at the drop of a hat. These blog entries will probably all show up on the same date when I finally get internet access. So the date is: July 19th, 2006. 3:33 a.m. Eastern and 9:33 a.m. here.
By the way, I only slept for maybe 3 hours on the flight. Melatonin and Sigur Ros really help one get that needed rest.