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freeway The difference of this trip is that apart from The training I have taken several days in exchange for my holidays, that gives me time to visit Friend of Google Earth, who lives near the headquarters of what was Compaq, now HP. Here I leave you some of what the wind was about to take away in my spare time.


Almost two hours with the drool to the navel, after the regret that Circuit City closed by the crisis gringa, I have found this place that is like to hang the credit card.

Fujitsu miniThis is the amazing Fujitsu mini notebook, with just a 6 ”rotary touch screen, with a 2.1 Ghz Centrino processor… ugh!

If it was not that my son asked me for a Wii in exchange for the refund ticket, because the friends of the embassy did not think it was good to give him a visa ... for now.

And this is the Acer Aspire, not the mini but that large screen that has a side control, Acer aspireA whole show for the geeks.

I was also about to eat the Tornado File Transfer, which won the Gadgets contest recently. A wonderful cable that connects two PCs and you can see the other as if it were an external disk. I wonder why no one had done that before since the tyranny of the parallel cable connection.

For now I have been disappointed by the price, $ 40 seems a scam.

The Tomtom

tomtom Oh, my instructor lent me a Tomtom GPS, which is wonderful. He gets you off the Freeway because he doesn't understand much about convenience but he makes getting to an address just great.

After two days of using it, I ended up turning it off because I got tired of hearing where to turn and the cow doing Muuuu Every time the traffic light has a camera.

Telcom towerThe Water Wall

This is the telecommunications tower, in Up Town and the other photo is the water wall (Water Wall), 45 meters of water that cascades in an arch on a lower tier. Some time ago an investor bought the property and was going to expand La Galería but people were against it, with more than 20 years it is a symbol of Houston.

Being in there causes nausea but the feeling of the breeze on your face is unforgettable. In the background, everyone takes photos, on the right two girls kissed each other and we all concealed our Caribbean censorship, perhaps due to the nerves of not being used to seeing him in public or due to the imagination of being in the middle of both,;).

Water wall

Golgi Alvarez

Writer, researcher, specialist in Land Management Models. He has participated in the conceptualization and implementation of models such as: National Property Administration System SINAP in Honduras, Management Model of Joint Municipalities in Honduras, Integrated Cadastre-Registry Management Model in Nicaragua, Territory Administration System SAT in Colombia . Editor of the Geofumadas knowledge blog since 2007 and creator of the AulaGEO Academy that includes more than 100 courses on GIS - CAD - BIM - Digital Twins topics.

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