In my third posting as an AIR, I have decided to list good and bad deeds I have witnessed while riding the bus system as another phase of my TrIP experiences. *Good deeds Bus 436 N-Southbound: A man gave up his seat so a single woman, her four kids, and her mom could sit together. […]Read more "Third Posting for TrIP by Ivan Riascos"
I’m a rockstar in my everyday life. My schedule, my routine – I can knock out my work and homework and get back in time to go for a run. I’m comfortable doing the activities I fit into my puzzle of a life. But ask me to step out of my comfort zone, and sure, […]Read more "TrIP- The Knight Fantastic: Saved By Mom (& Dunkin Donuts) by Kelsey Moscater"
I approached my TrIP with lofty aspirations. I would yo-yo like Benny Profane in the novel V. I would quote from the bus scenes in The Moviegoer and point out the everydayness that shrouds the truth of our immediate surroundings. I would map the psychogeography of Orlando. And why not, while I’m at it, reveal […]Read more "TrIP Blog Day 29: Riders’ Block: a confession by Ryan Rivas #TrIP_Orlando #publictransportation"