Wednesday, May 28, 2014

I Live in a Bubble

Nevertheless, I can feel it.
The fear, the frustation, the desperation, the anger.
Imagine, a place where sugar is a luxury, milk is a basic needs you should fight for (literally physically fight for it), finding cooking oil is as difficult as finding gold in the river, and bottled water only can be found every once a while.

Lately we have rationing on running water. It means every week, we have two days without running water. It's not bad at all, fyi. Some people can not have water for dayssss, and some people can only have water on certain time every single day.

But you know what, it should be worth the pain. The school is one of the best you can find in this continent.
That's all?
Well, I can not complain, we are healthy and safe. Gracias a Dios. Alhamdulillah ...

The other thing that bugs me a lot is the fact that nowadays we have less and less options to go out from here. Airline tickets is like a lucky draw!
There's a feeling that you're trapped, and that's not the best feeling you can have.