Marina el Ansia
Playero del Arte
Pampa de Armas
Mar del Antiguo
Plata el Andino
Montañas del eterno Ardor
Precioso de buscas d'Antaño
Muchedumbres desde entonces en Afán
Personas codiciosas del continente Albo
Movimientos de escape Álgido
Paseantes hoy del todo Aventurarse
Muchacha la nauta Alpina
Pelirroja labora del Ayer
Merced de imposible Atingencia
Para los sueños de Ambos
Mundos de todos siempre Aspirados
Pesadilla que todavía nos Anonada
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My First Journey To The United States III
Beyond the problem with the English language classes, also there was the difficulty to use the internet. In the United States there are not cybercafés. First, I used the SALC, the laboratory in the English Language Institute . But, this laboratory closed at 6 PM and I had classes all the mornings and afternoons. Two weeks later I knew by an inn mate that the Morris Library had computers available to the university students, and this library worked untill 9 PM from Monday to Thursday. From Friday to Sunday it closed at 5 PM.
During the evening my roommate also lent his notebook to me in order to access the internet. In all the rooms in the university and in the Innternationale there are wi-fi internet. Unhappilly I did not receive the tablet from the government, so I was unable to use this facility. My colleague from Pelotas had already received it.
The city of Newark where it is the University of Delaware is a small town, having around 32,000 inhabitants(22,000 are the UDEL students) and is surrounded by so many university buildings. There are the typical plastic houses so common in the American cities. The remarkable fact in these houses, is the absence of walls and grids. All the houses are open to the streets without barriers. Almost all the people own a car because the bus services are not so frequent as in the South American cities.
In this small city the commercial activities are concentrated in the Main street, that means we needed walk many streetblocks from the inn to go shopping.The goods prices are so cheap and the majority of them are produced in the poor small countries in Central America or in the southeast of Asia; in the famous "maquiladoras" where the workers earn so small salaries.
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