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... that I'm not special and nothing can change that. I'm not responsible for exercising some talent I have to the full. Because I don't have any. Also it makes me free because I can dispense with the ridiculous effort that it takes to live life under the influence of these three factors. The stress, it's a killer! Who cares. Live a little. If I'm not that impressive, what gives.
Nobody really minds that I am who I am.
... good chat about GIS issues at this organisation and came up with a couple of ideas to fix things. The main thing was experiencing a sense of community and the chance to chat casually with people who had the same background and passion. It was nice to be able to talk about things to do with GIS without a fear of others no understanding, we could all be spontaneous.
I started a ...
... I was able to use their free wifi there too which was handy.
Honestly though, getting there was a massive mission. The GPS on my phone doesn't work as I don't have a data connection, so I had to plan the trip in the apartment where there's wifi, then follow the route:
Even then I got confused though as, well, I'm new to the place and I was travelling on all these ...
Today I had my first proper day of work and ended up feeling quite exhausted. I guess it is a nearly 10 hour day but I think the main thing was the induction proper happened as it was all the details for the project and learning about how they do mapping here.
I'm getting a car soon. It may be a Mitsubishi Challenger (called Nativa here) 4wd, thankfully as drivers here are indeed pretty aggressive. Just like Cambodia but twice as fast so ...
... br> 9) A 3 lane highway is actually a 5 lane highway in disguise
10) Putting your hazard lights on means "expect the worst".........Guess
your thoughts at reading this were the same as mine when I moved here.
Why would anyone drive? However something about the craziness of it all
makes it all the more of an experience. After 3 months of endless lifts
and taxis, I ...