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... powder for the big kids :-)
On our first visit to town we were greeted with the usual glances of displeasure aimed at "Gringos coming to gawk" and it felt very unfriendly. I did wander what the people here did as so many were doing not a lot. Then, for a few, I saw the answer - play dominoes and cards outside one of the small supermarkets :-) On our second visit to town it seemed we had passed the "test" as we were greeted with smiles and waves, had a few brief ...
... in Panik ignorierte ich das entgeisterte Gemurmel der Mexicaner, welchen sich mein Tramper in die Eingeweide drueckte und draengte rueckwaerts, um einem jungen Latino, der sich geschmeidig mit gezuecktem Handy (Licht) zu Boden gleiten liess, um mein Etui zu suchen, Platz zu verschaffen. Der Kerl hatte echt Nerven in der Menschenmasse auf die Knie zu gehen. Ich kriegte schon vom Zuschauen Platzangst und Atemnot. Aber, mein ...
... interlude, disculpe!***
I’m loving the challenges and dawning realisations of solo travelling. But something changed through the trip planning. When I conceived this trip I imagined doing it alone, striding boldly into the future, the isolation clearing my mind and re-setting it for the next chapter of my life etc etc. I didn’t anticipate that love would steal into my heart, slowly and purposefully. Now I find myself enjoying the ...
... s the end of my trip to Latin America. The last 6 months have gone by so quickly and considering how doubtful I was at the beginning that I would last more than a month here I now don't want to leave. I've had experiences that I'll never forget, some of the highlights being watching the sun rise over Machu Picchu, swimming with whale sharks, fishing for piranhas in the Amazon, hiking up active volcanoes with crampons and ice picks, galloping through ...
... miss British television. In other words, the Latin-American alternative is dreadful!
5a) Following on from point 4, I really miss English football commentary. There's something about watching a Premier League match with Spanish commentators which is a bit annoying, but more importantly, makes the whole experience feel a little lacking. Hearing names like "Jamie Carragher", "Ashely Cole" and "Leighton Baines" being pronounced in a latin style is quite ...
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