As I hopped of the plane, beads of sweat trickled down the sides of my forehead. It was super and humid in Bangladesh. By super hot and humid, I mean super, super, super hot! A bustle of people shoved through and even MORE people waited outside for their family and friends. After waiting half an hour for our luggage, we finally got it into the van. It was relaxing when I finally got to feel the cold breeze of the Air.Con.
My family and I got dropped of to my mum’s side of the family. I raced up to hug my grandparents and be united once again. I was really happy. Once we had unpacked our luggage, we had a delicious luch and the I lay down to rest.
In the evening, we went over to a friend’s house where we would be staying overnight. We had dinner at 9 PM and I slept one hour later at 10. I was really jetlagged. If it was 10 PM in Bangladesh, it was 2 AM in Australia. The next morning I woke up at 4 AM which meant it was 8 AM in Australia which is when I would usually wake up for school.