Ok so I have realized that it is a lot easier to go see movies and go places by myself. However, I didn't know anyone really well on this trip but I'm starting to get to know people better, but not many people have the same movies at the same times and people don't really like to be dragged along places. The more I'm around people the more I get to know them and get to like them. I discovered that the shuttles aren't as scary as they seem and everyone is relaly helpful on figuring out which shuttle takes you where. People in general will talk to you and help you with tickets or anything. I've met a lot of people while waiting in line or on or for a shuttle and everyone will talk to you about the films they have seen or their life. It's really neat and and amazing way to meet people. I have talked to young people and old people and smart people and dumb people, but they all have plenty to say and will offer their opinions. I love how friendly everyone is. I even ran into the french guy that barely knew any english and was trying to ask about god knows what. He was drunk and walked in to the interveiw that was goign on with a director. Man, ya gotta love the French. Most of this trip I have felt pretty left out and alone, but I'm beginning to warm up to people. I think part of it is that I'm pretty reserved at first and I was sick so it just wasn't much fun initially. I managed to find a health clinic and get medicine so I'm on the mend now and actually having a great time. I'm still kind of confused about what to do with all these problems I am having with the tickets, but I'm not going to worry too much becasue I've worried too much already.