September 24, 2005

Moved out of State

I drove almost 1,500 miles from Boston to Jacksonville, Florida.
I passed by Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia. It was fun and exciting and will never do it again because it was exhausting and expensive especially the prices of gasoline in America.

I noticed that Maryland drivers are crazy, craving for speed perhaps because their highway speed limit is 60 miles per hour. But when I got to Georgia the speed limit was 75 miles per hour it was a fast driver's dream come true. When I drove by New York City it gave me a headache and rob my pocket for tolls. I never paid so money tolls in my life before.

The other State was fine except for the Hurricane that I drove in and almost flooded my old 1997 Nissan Sentra. I stopped at The South of the Border. It is a famous stop for commuters going to North or South but didn't saw any Confederate flag.

Florida the Sunshine State is hot and lots of Filipino food. I moved into my new house in Jax City. It is like my old home in Boston near a River without the fast moving sound of cars in Storrow drive. I will again find my American Dream in Florida and God help me