No news is good news

Nothing much has changed. We’re still having aftershocks and they’re still scary, but there’s still no damage here. The tourism industry is taking major blows–Hato tour buses are running with only five passengers, flights are being canceled, hotels are nearly empty. Not that I planned it this way, but I’m glad I work in education.

Store stocks are pretty well back to pre-quake levels. There are still some things we can’t get, but nothing we can’t live without. We’re getting used to the idea that lights will remain off and trains will remain slow, but people are starting to pick up the pieces and life will go on.

I don’t want to start inducing yawns, so won’t post unless there’s something interesting to say.

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