So to save money, I flew from RDU to Boston. The flight was fine and we definitely had one of the smoothest landings I remember ever being in. The airport at Boston, however, was a very interesting experience. I have experience with JFK and New York, but Boston I don't remember ever going to, or going through, so that was totally new. But, I figured out where I had to go and how I had to go (terminal E for which I took bus 66. 11 would also have worked)
The flight from Boston to London was okay too. I was at one of those seats that begin the rows of seats, so I had space to stretch out my legs which was great and the people next to me where pretty cool as well. A tiny incident happened when the hostess noticed that I hadn't placed my backpack in one of the bin things so I had to haul butt and get that up in one of the bins. I'd been covering my legs with a blanket and everything so...well anyways. I've gotten where I intended to go safe and sound.
When I got to London, I got on one of the buses that would take me to Terminal 5. And yeah. They do drive on the opposite side of the road. And I wasn't really paying attention to it until I noticed that we were going in the lane of the car that was coming at us from the right...and then I remembered: "Waaaiiit a minute...I'm in England nooww!!!" and everything was fine.
They have a Starbucks in the middle of Terminal 5. Its everywhere. I don't really know what spreads faster, Starbucks or mosquitoes. Well, I got to London, and then to Terminal 5, and I went and ate breakfast because I was hungry. Why else would one eat breakfast? I mean you never know :D I had three pancakes--one with blueberries, one with bananas, and one with Canadian maple sauce. Goood, filling stuff. And I drank tea obviously. After that wonderful breakfast, I went and walked around the terminal for a while to occupy myself. When it got near the time for my flight I went and bought a Starbucks latte and a scone so that I wouldn't fall asleep. Nice flight and afterwards I was finally in ISTANBUL!!!