Holiday, Or Not!

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I was barely back from my holiday in Bali for a month when my brother told me that he desperately needs a holiday. His work is mainly dealing with people and it is really driving him crazy trying to coordinate them and having them to do their own part. From my own experience I know how hard it could to be working with people with different kind of attitude and styles.

Anyway, being the good sister I always was, I helped him to plan and book his trip to Bali. It could be a very relaxing place with the massage, temples and beautiful views. As it was such a near date, the flight tickets were a little pricey, over 800 bucks for return tickets for two! But well, he said he was willing to pay for it since he really wants to go for a holiday. 

And so I booked them. I try to tell him more about Bali so that he could have an enjoyable holiday. I even helped him to pack some light clothing and walking boots as he is flying this coming Saturday and he’s rarely at home.

But he called me a couple of days ago and told me a bad news. He lost his passport! Oh gosh!
 He said the last time he saw it was two weeks ago in his car! Who kept his passport in the car, I wanted to yell at him but well, he’s a very sensitive fellow. So I kept my mouth shut and called up the flight company. It would cost more than three hundred bucks to change the date of the tickets!

Now it is too late to change as it is less than 2 days to go before the departure flight. If he still couldn’t find his ticket, I guess the expensive tickets are going down the drain! :(


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