Hi! So I'm feeling heaps better than I did two days ago. I've still been heading off to bed early at night, which fortunately seems to be helping. Unfortunately, it's not good for blogging. A co-worker of mine, who is also inflicted with this illness, went to the health clinic at work and was told that this is a virus that typically lasts for 12-14 days. See what I was saying. Super bug.
I wanted to wrap up my Disney trip report posts. This is the last one (and a short one) but I do have some other Disney posts in the works, including photography, general thoughts/planning and our experience/tips related to visiting Disney with spina bifida or other physical needs.
I hate to waste an entire day just for travel but with the kids, it's sometimes easier. Our flight back to Providence was right before noon, which meant we didn't have to wake up at the crack of dawn to rush off to the airport. We had planned to leave the resort at 9:00 but we were running a bit behind and left at 9:30. Not too bad. There wasn't any traffic to contend with. I'm sure being a Saturday helped with that. I was happy that we had our own transportation as well and didn't have to worry about catching the bus at a specific time.
Rich dropped off all of us and the suitcases before returning the rental car. It all went pretty smooth and there were no issues passing through security with Anna's meds. Actually, that TSA employee was really nice. Some of the others, not so much.
We were doing so well with time. After getting through security, we thought we had just enough time to use the bathroom and grab lunch to eat on the plane but then we were told that the pilot and crew for our plane were on another plane that had been delayed and so we had to wait. Our plane finally took off after almost an hour of waiting but they were able to make up time in the air (?) because we landed almost right on time.
Allie spent the first hour of our flight watching a show on Disney's Aulani resort.
"Can we go there?"
"Sure. Why not?"