Peru Bound

I’m writing this on the airplane with a beautiful, sunny sky and puffy white clouds in my view.  I had a very stressful morning as my cabbie texted me and said that his car broke down.  In my humble opinion, he should have arranged for another car to take me to the airport instead of just texting that he hopes to catch me next time.  I was very disappointed.   Because I had to go to the bank which might delay my ride to the airport (sometimes I must wait in a line for a cab in front of my building), I was thankful that there was a very nice Nigerian cab driver waiting.  We talked the entire time during the almost one hour ride, the ride being long because of the morning work traffic.  I found it odd near the end of my ride that he didn’t ask me which airline, and took the road toward the international terminal.  Since I was on American Airlines, he had to reroute the car, which got me really annoyed, adding to my stress.  Sure enough, when I looked at myself in the mirror after passing through the security gate, a blood vessel burst in my left eye.  This happens to me from time to time when I over exert myself at the gym or when I’m stressed or angry.  This time it was probably both.  It’s scary to look at my bloody eye so I feel sorry for others who must look my way.  The good news is that I’m writing this above the clouds after a smooth check in with no lines.  And, I even have extra room to spare as the seat next to me is empty!  Sometimes, it’s the small things that make us happy!

I am so thankful that my new adventure is waiting in Peru.  I hope I get lost…

About Blogatrixx

I took a solo trip to Turkey that changed me. Wanderlust was ignited as well as a passion for photography. I want to keep traveling and discovering our world.
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