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Bacon. Oooh, bacon. Or better, a Five Guys cheeseburger with bacon. And fries. Yes, and a vanilla milkshake. Some pizza- real, american pizza, and good sushi, preferably from Momiji. Sweet breakfast: waffles with peanut butter (Jif, that completely fake, nasty kind, not the real kind- that stuff is disgusting) and maple syrup (the real stuff). Pancakes would suffice. French toast with powdered sugar and various types of berries. Even ...
Yesterday was my 100th day in Mexico. Can you believe it? Because I sure can't.
100 days of learning new words and grammar rules, 100 days of making new friends. Days of laughing, and crying, adventure, and staying home and playing games; days of looking up at the sky and knowing that no matter where I am, all my loved ones are under the same sky with me.
99 days of sun, and only one of rain, 15 days of traveling with the exchange students ...
January was a blur.
I am much busier now. I get invited to a party or get together about every Friday and Saturday, and every time I go I meet new people and make new friends. I've eaten more mangoes than in my entire life combined as they are so sweet and juicy, but probably not the best for slowing down my digestive system; I eat one probably everyday. On the subject of fruit, there was a dragon fruit growing in the patio, and we ate it last week, I ...
If you look at things from a pessimist's point of view, exchange is a game of loss elongated to fit into around 10 months. First, you lose your family at the airport. Then, during exchange, you lose some of your friends back home. During holidays you lose time with relatives and loved ones, and then when you came back, you lose your friends and family that you worked so hard to make in your hosting country. In some sense, I agree:
It was ...
Today all the Inbound exchange students in my district returned from Ruta Maya after 2 long weeks of travel. By the end we all just wanted to be home, and almost all of us are sick (great). We went to some really unbelievable places, including parks, Mayan Ruins, Waterfalls, Cenotes (which are giant holes in the earth that have a lake at the bottom where you can swim), we swam in an underground river, and visited some of the most famous and beautiful places ...