Time to Return home to Atlanta, Ga

Trip Start Oct 17, 2006
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Trip End Oct 23, 2006


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Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Happy birthday Kristin. Twenty years old and never been kissed. NOT!



Not much time for loggy-gagging around this morning. We called Francis, our friendly taxi driver (thanks to Kris), and he's coming to pick us up at 11:00 to get us to the airport in time for our 1pm flight.



   A little breakfast and a final walk around The Water Club. We've had such a great time here. We say our farewell to William and Kevin, the doormen who have been so pleasant to us during our stay. Then off to the airport. As we make our way to the departure gate, we stop at a gift shop to buy one of those little snow globes for a very special person who collects them from all around the world. We're sure she'll appreciate this one from Puerto Rico. 



For some reason, our flight departs a little late. We're hoping we will make our connecting flight in Orlando. The in-flight movie, "Lake House" was really good. We highly recommend it. Before we know it, we're back in Orlando with just 10 minutes to get to our flight ... on a different airline .... clear across the airport. As we race through the airport still hopeful of making our flight, we discover that it has, in fact been delayed. Whew; we're not late after all. Good thing, because we have to go through the security check again. Why? Who knows.



Just when we thought we were cleared, the security agent announces that she has to search Michael's bag. What for? Slowly, she pulls out that little snow globe and tells us we can't bring it on board. What? Why not? "It contains over three ounces of liquid." Shut up! I can't even believe this. Why didn't anyone tell us about this at the gift shop? So now we have to leave it behind. Let that be a lesson to the Globetrotters and everyone else. Don't purchase liquid items if you know you're going to have to go through security at your stop-over station. Anyway, we go on to the gate, board the flight and head back to Atlanta.



Happy to be home, but shocked by the 30-degree temperature difference (it's freezing here!), we had to make one last stop. Late as it was, we were hungry for sushi, so we stopped at a local store for a quick take-out bite and headed home to relax and reflect on our Puertorican adventure.   

See you all next time!




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