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... some nice lake for a bit, finished up some travel writing (I actually had a pretty productive online day seeing as I couldn’t summon up the energy to do anything physical), bought some natural cough medicine which was garbage and then had an earlyish night.
The next day, I again couldn’t be bothered to visit the other small town so instead got the two hour ride over to the coastal city of Veracruz. I’d sent a few Couchsurfing messages out, but due to ...
... to continue on this journey and see where it takes me! I hope to become a more independent person. Not rely on my family for support, help, etc etc! I need to learn that there is no one in the world that can change or help me, but Me!! I feel like throwing me self in to the jungle, in the third world country's and not knowing local language..... I feel like this will help me understand my self better! Understand the world better! Become more comfortable with my self! I ...
... felt the load lighten after.
Before 5 pm, the hall was beginning to empty even though appointments were till 7.30 pm. I stayed till the end, and then had supper after (Japanese at the food court) than rush off earlier just to make it to the cocktail where you meet the same people and shout at them. I was also hoping to Skype with my family as I had been on the road but the wifi signal in the room could only be acquired at the entrance. So out to the lobby I went.
... go. By the time we got through security we only had to wait about 10 minutes until we could board the plane.
The flight was short and uneventful and we landed in Houston with no problems. I made my way to my next gate and boarded the next plane. We sat on the tarmac forever and just as we were taking off a woman started to have a seizure so we returned to our gate to get her some medical help. ...
... very serious about our work but we also have lots of fun!
We were fortunate to talk to the Secretary of Economic Development for the state of Veracruz; basically the governor's right-hand man! He assured us that we will have enough funds to cover our marketing ideas and that we will have lunch prepared for the cast each day that they arrive. That was great news :)
It was a bit slower in the afternoon. I worked ...