Since I'm not used to the thing of crossing boarders and having to show my passport, I was almost sleeping when a guard started to speak to me in some language I couldn't understand and I was very confused. Eventually I understood he wanted to check my ticket and passport. The thing is, I didn't remember I was crossing a boarder, so I had no idea where the hell was my passport. He stared at me, impatient, while I took everything out of my bag looking for it. By this time it was not just one, but three guards looking at me and I was starting to freak out and all I could say was "I'm sorry...I'm so sorry"
Once I found my passport I was so happy I yelled a little "YES!" and the guys seemed to finally relax and even smiled at me.
Note to self: remember to have my passport in a place I can easily find.
After 32days of backpacking, I needed to click the pause botton.
I always knew this wouldn't be easy, and I still wanted it anyway! You have to be super-woman, you have to be strong, because your life depends on it. You cannot stop, you cannot quit!
Gotta keep moving, put one foot in front of the other, and you'll get there one way or another!