Canadian, shotguns and piggies
Shh, shh, puffssssss! The dull sound of the plane landing confirmed that the pilot was a seasoned professional and hadn’t forgotten to pull the landing gear. Surviving 12 hours in the bowels of hundreds of tons of steel? Done!
Airport? Hmm… we jump out of the plane onto the runway, inhale our first breath of heated air and stick to the crowd heading for two huge huts whose roofs are custom made from old palm fronds. Hmm… this is what airports in the Caribbean look like. A moment of suspense as we wait to see if the bag has arrived. Yep, one! I managed to travel with only 2 carry-on bags (school backpack and camera) and Petya with one suitcase, which went into the hold. Pants down, shorts up…
… it’s January 12, 2016 and our 2-month adventure can begin!