48 hours

It’s hard to believe that 48 hours ago we were in Ohio. Friday was rough because late night packing. Traveling with children really changes how you pack for a long trip and how long it takes to pack. Thank you Anna for making sure the girls have everything they need!

Overall, the girls did great traveling. Unfortunately we had to sit in pairs (Anna-Lucia and Kyu-Noelia) and weren’t able to sit all together as a family since the flights were over booked . We jokingly tried to convince the people on our rows that the kids should sit together with them so that the parents could to take some time way from the kids. Strangely, people didn’t volunteer.


We had to rush to our connecting flight. Our Columbus to Atlanta flight arrived at 4:50. The boarding time for the Atlanta to Bogota flight was 4:45. Of course, we arrived on opposite terminals. We dashed from terminal B to E. Even though everyone was boarded, we managed to get there before they closed the doors. Graciously, strangers on the plane were very helpful as we had to get the seats set up for the girls.

About kimcamino

Kyu and Anna Kim joined Camino Global to serve as missionaries to Chia, Colombia. They are in the process of building partnerships and raising support in order to join the Camino Global Colombia team. Kyu will provide graphic design, web, and video support to the missionaries and local churches. Anna plans to develop an ESL (English as a Second Language) program as a ministry outreach tool.

1 comment on “48 hours

  1. Jason burris

    Awesome! Glad all arrived safe!


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