Thursday, January 03, 2008

The Flat Brothers on Their Way to South Korea


At 8:36 AM, Blogger BettyBetty said...

Is this in the realm of flat stanley?

Thanks for the disney advice. I'd forgotten that you just went. Did you order your package from the site or did you go through a travel agent? Did you do your airline tickets that way too?

At 12:34 PM, Blogger The Travelers Journal said...

We did the package without tickets through a travel agent. When we found tickets on line for what we thought would be the cheapest airfare we went back to the agent and let her book it. Since two families were going we didn't want to take a chance on one of us getting the flight on line and not the other. They put two agents on the computer at the same time and booked both together.

We are going on a trip with my sister in May and we booked it through an agent and we are going to get our tickets on our own.

The tickets were the same price either way we booked it.

Yes, this is the homeschool version of flat Stanley. We have been all over the world :) That is why I started my original site. We have two percent travelers with us from friends we have made in Canada and England. We don't travel as much as when the kids were younger, but once in awhile we do it for fun still.

At 12:39 PM, Blogger The Travelers Journal said...

Don’t know how I wrote percent instead of permanent! I meant we have two permanent travelers staying with us.

At 12:10 AM, Blogger Kunoichi said...

Great job on the new FTs. :-D That's a great photo.

Gosh, the girls are so young on theirs. I might have to do some arm twisting and get them to pose together for me for a new one.

At 2:46 PM, Blogger The Travelers Journal said...

Thanks, notice I had to make legs though :)

I think the same thing when I see pictures of the FT's I sent you! I decided since I was making a new one I would update the picture. The one you sent was what gave me the idea to do my two together too. I love that one of the girls!


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