It was awkward because you know you’re going to connect with this person but you know you’re not allowed to talk. I don’t know why we had to stay silent until the point we reached the end. I wouldn’t say things were different in the way I saw the city, the experience didn’t put me in a different scope to see things. In the end, it was a proper introduction, way overdue. We sat down in a raggedy couch in a community center and we talked, introduced each other; who we are, where we’re coming from, what’s happening, where we’re headed. I’m a very political being and his situation is very political so it was a proper mix for the recipe of the conversation. I imagined that he wouldn’t know how to move around the city as good as I do I was always showing the direction and asking his concession. I took the liberty to lead only because I’m a local, if he had an opposition I wouldn’t have minded, but he rolled along. It was special for me because I don’t really get to meet immigrants, they don’t really mix, most of them, you have to go where they are to find them. So it was interesting, cool to see what he is about, how he came here, what he represents. It was a fun thing to do!