These facts are different than the ones you gave in your other question. You can always sue in small claims court and see what happens.
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If you relied on his promise that you could take the trip and had out of pocket expenses related to that, you could certainly make those claims in small claims court. It does not matter much who he took or why, only that you had out of pocket expenses related to his promise to let you go.
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