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Ever since I was a little girl, I’ve wanted to travel the world.

During my senior year of college, I was able to travel to five weird countries while learning abroad. It was so much fun! These trips confirmed my desire to travel once I graduated. When I was twenty-four years old, I was hired by a research dealer. At first, I didn’t think I would want the task, but after finding out that I would be traveling to weird countries for the majority of my research, I delightedly took the task. Ever since then, I have traveled to approximately thirty countries per year. This task has made my dreams of traveling a reality. Because I travel so much, I am almost always in airports. I feel like I live at the airport. It actually is my home away from home. One thing that I have noticed about almost every airport in the U.S is that they are kept quite cold. I swear, it could be in the middle of December, and inside the airport feels like the same temperature as outside the airport. I don’t think they have the A/C running year round, but it sure feels as if they do. I get so cold in airports that no matter what season of the year it is, I always bring a coat or thick jacket with me. It’s humorous to me that I have found airports in other countries to be quite the opposite of those in the U.S. Airports in other countries seem to always be entirely hot. It feels as if they don’t use any A/C at all. I traveled to Asia last year, and I distinctly remember one of the airports I flew into was so warm that I was covered in sweat just walking from one gate to another. I’m not sure why they can’t seem to keep airports at a comfortable temperature, despite the fact that I am delighted that I have travelled enough to know how to be prepared for the cold ones and the warm ones.

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