Last night when I was going to bed, I was checking on our SMSs. As I was scrolling through them, I observed that I had acquired an amazing offer on a trip to the beach for several nights. The offer only lasted for 24 hours, however it sounded almost too great to be true. A beach house, a rental car, and a free surfing lesson were all included! Before I could talk myself out of it, I went ahead and bought it. Two nights later, I arrived at our holiday house. It looked almost the same as it did online, until I walked inside. I observed how moderate it was inside, and then I observed that there was no a/c installed in the house. There wasn’t even a ceiling fan to keep the air moving! It was almost ninety five degrees outside and I was dripping with sweat bullets, so I called the customer repair number that was written down on the table. After waiting on hold for almost half an hour, I finally connected with a person who apologized for the inconvenience. Apparently the up-to-date home was just built, and the Heating and A/C supplier in city had not yet had one of their employees come and put in an a/c. He told me that in a short while an Heating and A/C tech would be out to install the air conditioner unit. After waiting for a few hours, I finally hear a knock at our door. It was the Heating and A/C tech, and he hands me a mini portable air conditioner component and then goes back to his truck and drives off, then so all I have to stay cool this week is a measly portable air conditioner unit. I suppose I l acquired our lesson about taking “last hour” holiday deals on sketchy websites!