I should mention: the post where I raved about how easy, simple, and affordable international phone travel is if you know the nooks and crannies, that was premature. 625 more words
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Getting Lost, Cellphone Strugs, Wi-fi strugs, laptop strugs, and just plain life strugs!
Today was the school Orientation at Baekyang Hall, and apparently 4 exchange students don’t have enough wrinkles in their tiny noggins to figure out the school map and just go straight and keep left, or just follow the crowd. 369 more words
For those who can not live without the Internet no matter where they go, this is good news.
Using the Internet in unfamiliar places can be a big help by checking websites, using a map application and so on. 257 more words
The other phone came today.
It was here when I came home from work.
My cord to connect the phone? One is at Undisclosed, and the other in the office.**good place for them, eh?**That was the first stumbling block.The second stumbling block is I have an Otter box on my phone, in order to save it from things going bump in the night.Jim struggled big time to get it on the phone for me.We’re going to bypass that aggravation by going to a Verizon dealer in town and having them set up the phone, including getting the otter box off so the sim card can go into the second phone.I’ll probably put another$25.00 out to put protective, tempered glass on the screen: again, to protect it from things going bump in the night. 10 more words
Cell phones have come very far in the travel world in the last several years. When I first left the country back in 2004, I was reduced to hunting down costly call and internet centers in the major cities in order to let my family know I was still alive! 776 more words