Life at the bus station
The bus station is filled with all kind of travelers. Especially at intercity stations for long rides. Everybody plays a role when waiting:
- The impatient waiting traveler, looking at her/his clock every 2 minutes;
- The angry one fighting with the clergy behind the desk about something that went wrong with his/her booking;
- The partner waiting anxiously on her/his lover coming back from a long trip;
- The chatter filling the time with chatting to everybody about everything;
- The near nervous breakdown waiter pacing around;
- The gamer playing games, but forgot to turn down the sound;
- The eater passing time eating all the time;
- The local saying goodbye for the fiftieth time to family and friends;
- The scared one thinking why are there no other people at this bus stop?
- The sleeper catching up on sleep in what looks like a very uncomfortable position, but sound asleep so must be good;
- The writer/reader sitting quietly in a corner waiting for the bus.
Which am I? 🙂 Depends on the day, time and mood I am in.
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