11 Months of Working. 1 Month of Traveling 

Some questions. Are you moving to the US. Where do you work now. How can you take a long holiday from work. Do you always travel alone.

I’m now used to it. I don’t get upset or bothered anymore. Because when I’m traveling I’m being a third person. I don’t let things get to me or brake me down. I see things from afar and eliminate all my past and future. I just live for the present. I can act like a naive or savvy tourists. I let ppl tell me the things that I might already know. Who I am as a person in my city is not relevant anymore; my job, my knowledge, my family, my background, my education, etc. What really matters is who you are a person. #solotravel #usatrip

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USB Everywhere

A new finding in the last 2 hotels that I’ve stayed in, in the US. The bedside lamps have power outlets and usb port. Another finding is that I need to improve my English pronunciation a lot. I tend to mumble when I talk. “Class” sounds like “glass”, “sa’men” not “salmen”, “bell-view” not “bell-a-view”, say “you’re welcome” when ppl say thank you, apologize when you bump someone or cut/ enter their private space, say “take-wee-la” not “tequila” for tukwila, and many other things.

After a few weeks, ppl expect more from you. You have to blend with the locals and know better. I do learn a lot, 5 weeks holiday is more like a living experience. Nx time I go to these cities, I won’t be a stranger anymore.

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Lately I often forget where I put stuff. For example my toothpaste, my delicates, etc. Luckily I always put an extra pair of toothpaste & tooth brush. Trust me, they will come handy! #solotravel #usatrip

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