>You know when you spend a long time with one person, you get to know them REAL well. Well Anna and I did that in college so now, since we’ve been traveling we’ve had those moments where we begin to trigger relapses of hilarious moments.
We’ve shared the dalmation bed. Then the next night we had to share a TWIN size bed, as we arrived into Lanquin at 9pm in the rain and that’s all they had left. No options. We look up from each others feet tucked deep in blankets and both say ‘if our friends could only see us now, they wouldn’t be suprised.
We’ve spent serious time in the buses. Sitting next to each other. Sharing stories and thoughts. Anna has been plauged with the travelers D and yesterday I cried on the bus as she told me when she woke up in the morning she had to go check her pants. She was so sweaty she didn’t know what had happened in her sleep.
No worries, just sweat.
We’re traveling cheap. Sharing almost every meal, every piece of fruit and every drink. Lets just say, some good bonding. We’ve seen half of this country by bus windows and look-out points. It’s rugged, beautiful, mysterious and energetic all at the same time. That could really describe us too.
Anna has one day left. I have a very long list of things/reasons to keep her in the country for at least another week. We’ll see if it works. Salsa dancing lessons today and another trip to the market.