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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:
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... and the 25th is just a normal day. I will find out for sure in the next few days, but for now I'm pretty confused with what's going to happen. Also, I think the day of the Three Kings is like January 7th and we celebrate then too, but just like about 70% of the time, I have no idea what's going on. Welcome to the life of an exchange student. A friend of mine who is living in Argentina at the moment wrote a while back "If I had a dollar for every time I ...
... of it from my friend Fransisco to be respectful to them and show love and appreciation without detracting from my ability to learn Spanish. He is a translator, along with my friends Cesar and Leonides and they are working on putting the language in writing, so they can write the bible.) Anyway, last week this group of students had a closing ceremony from their time and it was held in Puebla, a city and a state 7 hours from here. So, we all packed up into the big blue ...
Long before I started galavanting around Asia I galavanted around the SW US. Some tales. All the dates will be wrong. So I'll keep after the Asia stuff while I wade through the old blogs. This incident predates even those. ...
... cracked. There was only a wall seperating the 2 countries. There were houses on the Mexican side practically 3 feet from the 'wall'. Back to the US side, the border guard checked our ID's then ask Dave to open his backpack while others just walk right by. We stopped at WalMart . Parking lot is full of cars with Mexican license plates, the store even posted exchange rate for ...