Wanderlust: Chaos

It took me three days, five cities, three delays and two missed flights to get to Europe

Flying is a Pandora’s box that makes you either ask yourself why or thank the heavens for an amazingly precise and efficient flight.

It all started the night before. At about 11:58 pm I got an email: Dear passenger, your flight has been cancelled. Just like that.

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Wanderlust: Vancouver (English Version)

My trip consisted of three parts: two days in Vancouver, six days in Squamish and then three days back in the City and, though I hadn’t even landed, I already hated my destination. The lovely Vancouverite lady traveling next to me said: “your first hotel isn’t exactly in the prettiest area. Squamish? There’s nothing to do there! And you return to Vancouver in the middle of the gay district.”

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Wanderlust: Vancouver

Mi viaje consistía en tres partes: dos días en Vancouver, seis días en Squamish y luego tres días más de vuelta en la ciudad y aunque ni siquiera había aterrizado, ya odiaba mi destino.  La amable Vancouveriana que viajaba al lado me dijo: “tu primer hotel queda en una zona un poco peligrosa. ¿Squamish? ¡No hay nada qué hacer! Y volvés a Vancouver en medio distrito gay.”

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