Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Not Stranded

Sean and I went to Turkey for two weeks. It was awesome and I'll try to work up some blog posts with pics in the next week. We were supposed to fly back Sunday. With the whole hurricane thing, we tried twice to change our flight but no one would let us change unless our flight got canceled. When the flight was finally canceled, we spent 3 hours trying to call the airline -- never reaching a human being -- before deciding to go to the airport. There, it only took 15 minutes to rebook us on a different airline for Monday, although it was a 1 hour train ride to the airport. Unbelievable that in this day and age, going physically to the airport is still the most effective thing to do.

I have a whole bit to write about the actual trip back, but I'll save all but the punchline for another post: we made it back but our luggage did not.

1 comment:

Jeffer Shen said...

If it weren't for the red grape and replica watches sale blue options, we would forgive you if you were less than enthused by the Rolex Oyster Perpetual. While I'd assume that the replica watches sale grey dial will be popular, it doesn't have the same character or presence offered by its more lively and colorful siblings. For my tastes, the blue version is the one to have, with a excellent mix of everyday replica watches sale wearability with a certain added charm. It's still vanilla, but maybe with a few sprinkles on top. Each dial color replica watches sale has its own accent color that flanks the markers with blue accents on the grey dial, red accents on the red grape dial, and green accents on the blue dial. For a watch with such a reserved and non-embellished overall swiss replica watches design, this pop of color is a welcome addition. All three versions come on a solid 904L replica watches steel bracelet with a folding Oysterclasp and are priced from 5,400 CHF.