Leaving for Central America.

 When someone asked us if anyone could join him, I was the first person to raise my hand. It was my workplace early in 2013, or late 2012. We've sold many kinds of coffee beans, and that person  was an importer who goes into farms around the world to discover fine beans. Due to my unstable mental, I was on the brink of giving up, well, it was really hard time. But I got through it and eventually I'll leave for Central America tomorrow, 9th February 2014! :)

 The problem is the weather for today and tomorrow. We have a heavy snow throughout today, many forecasts  repeatedly warn us it's once in two decades' scale. Alright, I think the flight of mine won't be what it should be. What I believe now is one thing; I'll be there in the Central America, no matter what. I cooked lunch and dinner like every day as well as having a couple of coffee while taking a look at the snow falling from the window sometimes.

 This is my first journey which isn't for the sake of my own purpose. I always travel the way I want, like, alone, spending a month or two, totally free from anything. This time, it's opposite. I have to be with someone almost everytime, which must make me feel tired more often than not, and all schedules have already been set. What made me the most upset about was that no one even tried to get there. We are taking coffee every day, and finally we have a chance to see the farms that we are now familiar with. Why don't you do it, I mean, at least try? The money situation? Fair enough, that's what annoys me all the time. However, the point isn't money at all, we can try, but they don't even try to do so. As I explained about my trip there, many people were amazed and told me to get there on behalf of them. I'm ready to go there on behalf of the coffee bean shop I work for, but also, I don't want to forget people encouraged me.

 It's 16-day-trip by the way and I'm not so sure if I could connect the internet like here. But I will be here to write what I see, feel and touch as much as I could.

 Okay, it's time to leave :)


  1. Hi there, Iko.

    All the best in Central America and have fun if you can. Beautiful pictures in this post too, by the way : )

    Best regards,

    1. Hi there! :)
      I'm doing well in Central America now! It's calm and feel comfortable staying outside :)
      Steaks here is soo nice and delicious! I've eaten for four times!
      Almost everyday! ;)