A quick recap. We’ve been in South Korea for a week now. We landed last Wednesday… but I’m getting ahead of myself.
At Ben Gurion airport, Sagitta and the pilot of our Korean Air plane became friends.
He’s a former pilot for the South Korean Air Force. Yes, Volucris became friends with him and the co-pilots, too.
It’s only a ten hour flight between South Korea and Israel, and the kids weathered it beautifully. We did get quite a bit of help from the Korean Air flight attendants, who came to help every time the baby cried. If you ever have to go anywhere, and Korean Air is one of the ways to get there, go with them. They are wonderful. They make flying with four kids and no husband a snap.
We got off the airplane to see snow (SNOW!) on the ground, and this in the airport:
We aren’t sure who those characters are, but we see the bird in the glasses everywhere we go. I’ll have to ask at the front desk. The people who man the front desk know everything, or at least they know how to google really well.