Fifteen hours on two flights to get to Los Angeles, all for a fifteen-minute meeting at the Spanish Consulate to apply for my Spanish Non-Lucrative Residency. Non-Lucrative meaning, I am a) financially sound enough not to have Spain financially support me and b) I am not taking a Spanish job away from a Spaniard, since they have 20% unemployment.
LAX was beyond crazy, I have never seen such a mess. Our flight landed and drove around the International terminal three times because there was a plane in our gate. Apparently, this is an ongoing issue, since our flight back to Spain was late taking off because it too had to wait for a place to get out of its gate!
Barbara was meeting me in Los Angeles for a few days visit, and she was standing outside customs for almost three hours while I was delayed. She and I were texting back and forth during this time and it was getting funnier and funnier as the time dragged on. She felt bad that she hadn’t made a sign for me, so she was going to ask the folks next to her if she could borrow theirs. Here’s the result.
Add stories to your digital diary and determine for each chapter if you want share it or not. Public chapters are converted to a blog that you can share with family and friends.
Complete your diary by adding photos to the stories in diffent layouts. Large pictures or small pictures, portrait pictures or landscape pictures. It’s up to you!
In addition to photos, you can also add maps to your diary. Drag pins on the map to indicate your location or map your entire travel route.