It is cool enough in here

I appreciate to travel, and to travel far and wide! I’ve been fortunate enough to see a handful of countries over the most recent years, and I hope to keep travelling throughout my life. My preferred place that I visited so far was South America. I saw some beautiful landscapes there, took the chance and ate some delicious food, and met lots of beautiful people. The only thing really that I had a hard time decreasing to was the fact that the vast majority of the hotels I used didn’t have a/c. I spent most of my time in very small cities where cooling systems weren’t respected in most of the local homes. It didn’t help that I went while all of us were in the very hottest space of the year. I guess the adjustment was also so hard because I was used to leaving the a/c on all of the time when I lived back home. I’m definitely sizzling natured, and the a/c is what keeps me highly comfortable above most other things. Still, after a couple of weeks I became far less aware of the fact that there was no a/c where I was staying. I ended that whole trip feeling that I had definitely challenged myself in a up-to-date and difficult way, and I was less worried with luxuries and having lots of current amenities and technologies. In fact, I ended up downsizing an buying a much smaller house and getting rid of my cell phone. Traveling can teach you call kinds of things about the world and yourself.

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