I was alone on my first travel to the US and it was my first flight for International. I was excited and I was confident that I can go through everything without a problem. I entered the US legally via Guam and it was a surreal experience. I did my fingerprint and some simple interview and off I go to my next flight to Hawaii.The travel was tiring and all I did was sleep and eat on every flight. I love looking out the window and having a conversation to God. The most beautiful clouds I saw was up there. I adore the beauty of the earth as we approached the airport in Hawaii. It was a beautiful Island, looks like the Philippines but well organize streets and housing developments so close to nature. Our flight was late for 30 minutes because of baggage problems. The next flight was Houston and the delay made the local passengers mad but, they have to wait for us since we are 40 plus for that flight. Airport personnel guided us to a VIP passage so we can reach our gate faster. I was traveling for more than two days and was tired but my excitement never faded.The airport in Houston Texas was huge and if you can't follow directions, you will be lost inside the airport. Most people that I saw had to run to the gate for their connecting flight. I did too but, it was fun and thrilling just like the movies. I was relieved to have my final flight to the sunshine state. I arrived on time in Orlando where my husband and his friends were waiting for me at the gate. Yep, at the gate because most of them works in the airport. The milestone was exciting and I can only smile when I think about it. God bless you everyone.
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