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... very fast. On the other hand, it will be good to have the authority of President decided upon soon.
In discussions some people think Maduro will walk it, being the candidate nominated by the so-popular Chavez. Others suggest that those who did`t vote last time will decide, since they are about 10% (only 10% didn`t vote!), close to the 55%-45% margin that Chavez won by. But elections are capricious, there´s no gaurantee that all of those who voted for Chavez last year will ...
"Origin of your underpants: Ireland".
"Contents of you bowel: Barely edible plane "food""
"Capital of originating country: Cork, like"
More waiting for bags but my little companion is true to her word and awaits, translates and escorts me through border, customs and awaiting grifters to my hotel transport. Fare thee well Blanca, we shall never see each other again.
The blacked out windows of a GM van-bus zip us out of the airport. Forest ...
I arrived Sunday night around 10:30pm, of course, my bag was one of the last off - AGAIN!!!! Oh well, at least my driver was waiting for me. Big,dark, SUV with dark, and I mean dark tinted windows. No issues, he drove me straight to the hotel where I checked in, unpacked a little and then ...
... of trying to prove myself to the world, this year has really been about what the world has to teach me. I am slowly learning that I can't pin all my hopes of happiness to one thing, whether that be a certain job, a boyfriend, or the number of highlighted hairs on my head. Regardless of what the future holds, my current recipe for fulfillment is to appreciate the gifts I have in my life right now and stay true to my sweet, kooky ...
... 3 July 2010 Johansen's house Cartagena, Colombia. Unbelievably a colourful table cloth of Christmas Trees sitting around the edge. Previous to this the winner was an Emerald shop in Bogota in mid May. I decided to keep a track of this strange Christmas decoration phenomena when I noticed that well into February I was still seeing trees in lobbies and lights in windows.
The nastiest person I met: Juan, closely followed by the silly Israeli.