Breakfast: Since as usual I woke up late in the morning and I was very excited about the trip, I didn't get the chance to have breakfast at home or even make a sandwich for myself. lucky me digging in my bag, I found this biscuit, and it served me just well.
|early in the morning in the car, having my so called "breakfast".|
Writing my column: The next move was writing my column for Kurdistan Tribune for the upcoming Sunday. I was alone in the cafe, which gave me time to think and write peacefully. And of course the writing wouldn't be complete without Tea! :)
|Not so bad right?|
|Ruwayda, Sazan & the kids. Everyone is waiting for a phone call from EIA|
|Some singing national anthem, and some writing "Thank you" letters to the staff in the airport.|
|Entering the airport|
|Looking at the planes outside|
|In the mini van, heading to the plane.|
|And we are going inside!|
|And everyone is seated. How cool is that? :)|
|Everyone is tired. Water!|
|Yup, we are getting ready back to the orphanage after a wonderful trip to EIA.|
|In the bus, going back to the orphanage.|
|Before going home, at Bakery & More, Bewar, Ruwayda, Sazan, & I having "Zaetar & cheese" It was really good.|
Also Blogging about our trip.
Now, I want to take a moment to thank everyone in the Erbil International Airport for making this day happen. With their help, we made a dream come true. Thank you for everything.
Thank you Bewar Rwandzi, Sazan Mandalawi, and Ruwayda Mustafa for being so great and inspiring to me and the kids.
Thank you little kids for the happiness you bring to our hearts each and every moment.
And of course, thank you everyone on Twitter, with your attitudes and opinions, you lifted our spirits.
Thank you, Thank you, Thank you..