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Getting to CDG was pretty OK, Phil had scouted out the route, so we weren’t too worried – ok, I wasn’t too worried. We checked out by 7.30 and caught the metro to Defert-Rochereau, then transferred to the RER B to CDG. The metro wasn’t too busy, but my god! The RER was packed! We were squeezed in like sardines until Gare du Nord, then we were all able to sit down. We transferred to the shuttle at CDG and finally got into Terminal 1 to be able to start check-in. Well that was a drama and a half in itself. Firstly, they had Joelin booked to come home on a different flight on a different day all by himself. My paperwork was right, but their booking system was out. Then we realised that our flight departure time from KL was different, so we went back to check. We were just a little over in the luggage allowance, but I think the girlie just wanted to be rid of us, so she let us go through OK. They boarded the families first so we got sat down fairly early and started our journey home. It was a nice flight, not too bumpy until we were about 2 hours from KL. Neither of the kids slept much, so we haven’t either. We are now stuck at KL until 2pm, hopefully getting in about 7.30 tonight. Boy it will feel good to be home.

Posted by Gezzem 23:48 Archived in France Tagged family_travel

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