Over 8,000 dollars in cash and a United States passport strapped to my body.
Yes, Ally and I both have our clothes and basic needs, but the goody bags with toothbrushes, toothpaste, mascara (for the girls), a deck of cards (for the boys), gum, mints, floss, deodorant... the special gifts picked out for the director, and the whiskey for the lawyer, no where to be seen. Missing. Customs' waved us through knowing we had been talking broken English for the past 45 minutes with the airport baggage person.
|A map in Karen's apartment of the many families whom have stayed with her|
Again Eugene drives slow, and other cars pass by and honk. We continue our conversation from last night until we park in front of a large church.