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Around the world in one day
Of the first trip
Brrning! Went my alarm clock. Straight at 4 o’clock in the morning, my family and I were getting ready to go around the world.
When we got to the airport, I understood what awaited me. What awaited me was: to fly from Beirut to Budapest, from Budapest to Zagreb, from Zagreb to Solta (the seaside) from Solta to Travnik, from Travnik to Zagreb, from Zagreb to Budapest, from Budapest till Beirut. Now this ain’t in detail, this just some formative info.
In the plane
It was noisy, stinky, but not so bad. There were babies screaming and shouting,
But I luckily slept through it all. In Budapest, it was cold even though it was summertime, I guess it might only be the fact that the AC was on in the plane. We got this really cool water, in a yogurt package form (I kept it till the end of the trip) I missed the hot weather in Beirut, but it was also nice to have some cooler weather too.
Of waiting/being bored to death
We waited for hours in the waiting room for the flight to Zagreb. I talked to my dad (he was halfway asleep), ran down the hallways, and did many other things. Finally they let us hand in our tickets and get on the bus to our plane! But that was good news compared to how we were bored.
Love at first sight
Just when we saw the plane, our grins all turned back to frowns, because the plane was so nice and we couldn’t be happier so we frowned. The plane was as small as a shuttle, even smaller, and had 7 rows of seats, including business class. If the plane was that bad, imagine what the business class looked like! It was only one separate seat, just like the others!
Of how horrible it actually was
In the shuttle, this guy, who got business class, kept on muttering of how bad the
‘Plane’ was, saying bad words, ‘is this business class, ya call this business class?!’
Imagine of how quiet he was muttering when the stewardess came to clam him
down. I guess that’s what you get in business class!
Of how the stewardess acts
The stewardess: Maraian Magaraian Malev. Meaning: Even God doesn’t know! Just joking, it means: ‘Welcome….’ I don’t know the rest. The stewardess was so serious about everything and in the crammed ‘plane’ she walked so modestly to the muttering-so-loudly- gentleman to calm him down, which is what you get in ‘Business Class’.
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