Upon Arrival

Both legs of the flight were fairly short at just under 3 hours each and the layover in San Salvador was only an hour. San Salvador is an hour behind Medellin and Houston and the airport is fairly small, but they had a lounge and we had a couple beers and sandwiches before boarding our... Continue Reading →

Round Trip Required

Our flight out of Houston was scheduled for 4:55pm and Gary scheduled his Global Entry for 1:45pm, so we needed to be at the airport and checked in by 1:30pm. His appointment was inside Terminal E after security so we needed a boarding pass to get in. There is also an office outside in the... Continue Reading →

The Great Mosquito Massacre of 2017

This post has nothing to do with the move to Medellin Colombia, but I’m trying to write more consistently. I am 4 days from the Amtrak train trip to San Francisco and we are 17 days away from the trip to Medellin, Colombia. The Airbnb I have been staying in since July 10th has mosquitos.... Continue Reading →

Having United Premier Status is Awesome

It looks like I will be heading down to Medellin with 4 bags. Two checked and two carry-ons. Or more accurately, one carry-on and one personal item. I’m trying to bring down as much as possible because it’ll probably be November or December before I get back to Houston to bring more stuff down to... Continue Reading →

Three Airbnbs in Two Months

My lease ended in June and work continued. Originally work was supposed to end in June, but I decided to stay until the end of July to make more money for Colombia. I had two choices for a place to stay. I could extend my lease another month, which meant another month living with no... Continue Reading →

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