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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 ...
... much larger than any in Ireland) loom very close indeed. The favelas look pretty in the foothills but their poverty is probably even more pronounced than the images close at hand portray. Dishevelled elderly men shuffle through litter strewn side-streets; scantily-clad but over-weight young women carry babies on their hips in the tinted gloom.
Our van approaches a miniature fortress in the concrete jungle. Brightly muraled but constantly guarded we are driven behind high ...
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 ...
... rational and reasonable. That can apply logic and make the reasoned choice. Well that is the hope anyway :)
I have realized that the choices I made in my early 20's managed to fast track some elements of my life as others delayed me.
As I continue with this trip, I do not feel much different, but I feel happier for doing it. I am happier that I waited until I was older as I truly appreciate it. It was much harder to ...
... people I met: Thomas and Emanuel's family.
The happiest I have been: Isla del Pirata with Thomas.
The unhappiest I have been: Santa Cruz, Bolivia.
Country I enjoyed the most: Colombia. People, love, fun.
Country I liked the least: Bolivia. Filth, danger, altitude.
Most positive lesson I learned: Is that human nature is basically good and that I am capable of patience.
Most negative lesson I learned: Really, some people are just ...