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... or liar. It turns out that local was about a three minute walk from my house. True story. Taxi to Coffee Trader only to return (like we actually drove passed the Markez) to my territory. Anyway. I'd tried to convince everyone to come but they all said, "Break dancing?" And then a emphatic, "No."
But lo and behold, it was the same 'classier' event that everyone else went to. It was totally break dancing and rap.
And so about 20 minutes before the concert, Yousof ...
become a tradition. (Spoiler, there was no Uno this future Wednesday.
No Uno, no tradition.)
Friday: I slept. Did laundry as I am wont to do of a weekend. End
...had the unfortunate distinction of rearing its ugly head again.
But lo and behold. Class is interrupted because the school caught
fire. Okay. Hyperbole. The neighbors caught the plants on fire and
the fire was making its way toward the school. ...
... theirs, too. Of course I obliged.
Did I mention it was raining. These raindrops are monstrous and the streets quickly fill with water. So it was pretty nice that the group of us could snag a table (Aaron- America, Felix- France, Kenneth- Denmark, Danielle- America, Mike- America, Kevin- America, and myself) while the torrent raged on outside. Apparently the rainy season didn't happen this year so it's probably good they're getting ...
anyone? Maybe when I have a blog post that's not already two pages
long I describe the driving situation.
So. I'm essentially having the time of
my life and may never return except for holidays. But it's only been
two days so I have two more moths to flip a 180.
P.S. I looks like it might rain. Right
now there are only little droplets. I want a monsoon so bad just to
say I saw one. ...
... student. I drank in the compliments sent my way by all four of the men.
And here's another example of how awesome I am. This story is much longer than the others but I just want to finish this blog so I can move onto other things. I helped a man through the airport because he'd never flown before. It was a combined effort of butchering Arabic and English. He was going to Rome and he complimented me on my Arabic.
I got to terminal five and waited on ...
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