I don’t suppose where I would be in life without indoor climate control

I recently spent a week with a neighbor in Nicaragua.

This was our first time ever leaving the United States.

I had never even gone over the border into Canada while I was in all of the years that I spent residing in MI while I was in the time when you could cross the border without a passport. My neighbor plus I had been looking at options for spending Springtime break anywhere out of the country. She was used to traveling all over the world plus staying in hostels to save on money. The idea of staying in a questionable accomodation in a country I had never seen while speaking a different language than the population was a horrifying idea for myself and others coming from our inexperience. Things just went downhill from there. When the two of us arrived at the locale where the two of us would be staying, I discovered that there was no shower. All there was in locale of a real shower was a wand, chair, bucket, plus drain in the floor. You take a shower by filling buckets of water plus pouring them over your head. On top of this disadvantage, I soon discovered that there was no form of indoor climate control either. I believe I should not have expected an a/c in this section of the world, but another section of myself and others wondered if maybe there was an aged window a/c or a ductless mini split, but there wasn’t even a fan to push in air from outside. That week made myself and others realize how much I take indoor climate control for granted. I was so ecstatic to have air conditioning again when I got back home.
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