Jodi had her first TIA experience with her arrival here. To make a long story short, once she got to J’burg, South Africa, disaster hit, and her flights were canceled, delayed, missed, and everything in between. She was re-routed to Gaborone (the capitol city of Botswana)….the flight from there to Maun was canceled. She had to book a new flight…and after 2 1/2 days of travel and no luggage, she finally arrived! It was an exhausting experience for her, with no help from any of the African airlines, but she made it and now can say she understands first hand the joy of the “African Way” of doing things. I’m just glad she is here and safe 🙂
December 7, 2007
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