star71075 says more :
OP here. Just to clarify a little, I have traveled with her multiple times and she has only done this once before. That is why I didn't question anything. Anyway, we have since talked it through and have worked everything out. I am still going and sharing her room.
By star71075 - / Wednesday 29 June 2016 04:17 / United States - Olympia
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  9a_z1  |  11

People are told that, but they're also told to give people the benefit of the doubt and give second chances.
You're lucky if you've never miss-judged someone who's claimed to be your friend, and OP's friends are stupid for messing someone who trusted them around.

  ohsnapword  |  21

I was thinking the same thing. There's a reason you're #1.

  ThatOneChick856  |  35

What the OP's friend did in this situation is shitty, but I don't think them sharing all of the same friends is a good idea. Lots of people have multiple friend circles that never really interact with each other, and that's not a bad thing. I've definitely hung out/been on trips with total strangers (with a mutual friend present) that were lots of fun.

By  DanielleinDC  |  31

Since she said you would share a suite and she's backing out, SHE can pay the cost for your room. And after the trip, I would cease contact with this woman. She's no friend.

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