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Adventures of an American Traveler

I live in my own little world. But its ok, they know me here. ~Lauren Myracle

My flat in India is listed as 3BHK, 3 Bedrooms, Hall, Kitchen. This designation of a home was strange to me because, where I grew up, all homes had a kitchen and halls.

I’m on the 4th floor of the building with a balcony that overlooks the green grass common area. It’s not the lush green I’m used to back home but I haven’t seen much green grass these past days so relish this soothing oasis. The blue of the pool provides an nice color juxtaposition.

I’ve already spent quite a few hours contemplating my life at this juncture, missing my loved ones, wondering what the next two years hold for me. The greenery helps me to maintain an optimistic view of my life which can be difficulty considering the poverty in this city…

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