Around the hostel where I am staying, people are beginning to say that there is a curse because lots of us are getting sick. Getting diarrhea stops you from doing lots of things, but most importantly…
Pooping in a shared hostel stay is awkward
Imagine hearing gases and liquids and solids coming out of someone’s body in the middle of the night?
Fortunately I just have small sore throat issue and just cough all night, waking everyone else up, but at least its not all super awkward.
Do you have any tips or ideas on how to make this situation better for our diarrhea friends?
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I was walking around the northwestern part of Mexico with my cousin after getting some tacos for breakfast (yes, for breakfast!) when I heard a familiar phrase coming out of a car stopped at a red light: Oye, muchacho!
They were asking how to get to San Carlos, a tourist area about 15 minutes northwest from where we were. I had been there many times before, so I told them to just go straight down the road and that an intersection would take them west toward San Carlos.
There was a girl sitting in the passenger seat, it looked like she was from outside of the country, and she asked me if the road pops up on the right or the left. So of course I said LEFT because heading northbound… San Carlos is on the left… except that the exit comes up on the right side and makes a loop and heads west from there.
I realized this literally two seconds after their light turned green and they left. I gave them the wrong directions.
Awkward! No, bird! It’s the other way!
But it isn’t the first time that this happens, and no I don’t mean giving the wrong directions but instead second guessing myself. At the end of exams, after an interview, after clicking “Publish” on a blog post. I guess its a karma thing that people always give me the wrong directions. Maybe I should learn how to read maps.
Does this ever happen to you?