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My trip home There it was I though as I glanced out through the airplanes window Saigon was the last city I saw be fore I escaped fifteen years ago My heart was racing as the plan made its landing This would be my first trip home since coming to America My plane landed midday in the hot humid summer time at Saigon International Airport It was hardly and airport much less an international one We exited off the mid sided Airbus on a set of rusted stairs An old bus with a massive Pepsi advertisement adorning its exterior took us to the terminal where we met my sister We collectively rushed to the baggage claim as we were determined to collect all the luggage we had bought 12000 miles away from Houston a few days age We navigated our way through the mad crowd of taxi drives hopped in one of their vehicles and soon arrived at a motel cross from the apartment where my sister and her husband lived with their two young children The apartment was little more than a room with one of its walls missing there were no doors just a giant opening where a wall should have been The room itself could have been no more than 20 feet wide and about twice as long The bathroom consisted of a clogged up toilet and hose that served both as a shower and as a source of no portable water The font of my sisters home was bordered by two decrepit sewing machines as my sister helped made ends meet by sewing clothing for other people in the apartment The rest of the apartment was filled with assorted clutter ranging from cut up fabrics to childrens books to broken toys This space would hardly comprise an adequate home for a young couple but despite their living condition my sister and her husband seemed happy My nice and nephew were
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