Commute to school

Each morning the alarm rings: coffee, shave, and shower. Books, water bottle, sunblock–or do I need an umbrella today? At 8:30 a.m., elevator down, walk two blocks past my friends at the Vero Cafe, into the subte at Pasteur. Catch the train. “Permiso” with a push (not a shove) will get you in the car. Ride four stops. Escalator up. 8:50 A.M. Walk Florida several blocks. See the Galleria. Elevator up. “Buenos dias.” “Buen dia.” “Hola.” “¿Que tal?” Get a cup of coffee. “¿Que hicieron ayer?” pregunta el profesor.

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One Response to Commute to school

  1. Dan says:

    looks cool. your pictures show a much more established and cleaner city than where I am. paved roads, road signs…lucky you :-)

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