The Voyage Home

May 10, 2007 at 3:07 pm Leave a comment

Sebastian drove us to the airport on May 2, 2007. We were leaving. The time had finally arrived. I couldn’t believe how fast it had come and how much faster it had gone. I can remember the planning before going to Spain.

The last few months were special for me. Sebastian and Jackie had opened their home to us and we are so thankful to them. Both of them are truly amazing people.

We flew with Lufthansa to Frankfurt and the flight was uneventful.

Great weather greeted us.

Frankfurt airport is HUGE but we had plenty of time to make our connection.

Alex HAD to have a beer in Germany. She had practiced asking for one in German for a few weeks. Sebastian had taught her many phrases in German. She actually started talking to me using German phrases in the middle of the night. I didn’t know where or who I was with for a minute there. It was too funny.

Leaving Frankfurt airport and flying over the city.

and arriving in Canada. Al and Pearl came to pick us up at the airport. A surprise was Perry, who came along to greet us. It was a long day but we had arrived.

We’ll be staying with Pearl and Al until our apartment is ready in June. Tuesday, May 15, we leave for Brasil to visit Alex’s family.

Entry filed under: Airlines & Airports, Alan's Blog, Day to Day.

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