Going home

Saturday night we got up at two in the morning and were taken to the airport at 2h30. Everyone was tired, of course, and a bit bleary-eyed. We were happy and excited to get home, finally, but also a bit sad because being in this sort of waiting limbo creates a sort of state outside of the normal which allows you to forget about work and things you need to do when you get home. There is simply nothing else you can do but wait and make the best of it while you’re at it.

Almost in Paris

Our group got smaller and smaller and it was sad to have to say goodbye to one person after the other. The Dutch are still waiting in Paris for a flight to Amsterdam, the Norwegians will fly home around 7 PM and Ana from Sao Paolo is in for the longest wait, her flight leaves at 11 PM tonight. If all is well the others are almost home.

So, this is it for now. Thanks for following the blog and commenting on our posts with suggestions and ideas.



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