I don’t like public transport with a lack of ventilation and air conditioning

Thankfully, I’m home alone this morning, allowing me to delve into my work without any distractions.

I like the tranquility of waking up, preparing my coffee without talking to anyone, savoring it in silence, and immersing myself in uninterrupted work.

After that, I am ready to engage socially, but until then, my introverted nature prevails. I got up late today, and I’m thinking about whether I should head to the beach and continue my work on the train. It is a wonderful day to go to the beach, but if I leave it too late, the train gets very packed, hot, and stuffy. Yesterday, when I was in the city, I found myself having to board a bus that lacked proper ventilation or air conditioning—a truly nightmarish bus experience. Not only was it hot and stuffy inside, but it was crammed with smelly commuters. Usually, I prefer to run rather than take the bus or the subway, but that day I had to go to the shop to get a programmable thermostat before it closed, and I was in a hurry. When I go to language class, I usually choose to run there. The only inconvenience is that the classroom doesn’t have a cooling system, and when I arrive, I’m pouring with sweat, and I feel sorry that my classmates have to put up with my BO. After language class, I go to play soccer in a climate-controlled sports center, which is approximately a 40-minute distance from my language class. However, instead of taking the subway, I choose to go running. This way, I can warm up before the game begins!

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