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Dee Dee
  • Marian, I could feel your stress of not making a flight and your desire to stick out your tongue at the suits.
  • I wonder if Ibn Batuta knew that travel would become so fast and still remain so stressful.
Myranette Robinson

I found myself laughing throughout your story. It wasn't because I was laughing at your pain, it was because it's so relatable. I really enjoyed your post.


Travel ain't for the faint of heart, Marian. Loved this story, especially about the baker keeping your daughter entertained with bread. So Italian.

Kathy E

What an amazing travel adventure story! Everything from car accidents to cancelled flights. Thank you for sharing!

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