Thursday, August 5, 2010

Back in the home land

After 18 hours of airport and travel time I arrived in Britain! a whole year had passed since I had set foot upon British soil. As I flew into the airport the first things that struck me were the densely housed areas and the round shaped trees, things I would have never noticed before I moved to the US. Everything here now seems miniature, the cars, the roads, the houses... I definitely appreciate the quaintness and uniqueness and the history that my home land exudes.

I spent a little time in Bristol upon arrival sitting by the river with my parents and my sister whom I had not seen in almost a year. I was anxious that I would loose my close bond with my sister but the moment we embraced it was if no time had passed, I don't think anything can change the unique bond of fond sisters.

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