Antonio returned to show them his role. He was taken to a shelter nearby. It was a very nice place, but it was clean and not to cold. “Enough for me at that time, thought and smiled Antonio .- It began badly, after all, his life there! – Thought hopefully. I was very tired.
The excitement of a journey that had seemed eternal, the fear that had driven from, not knowing he was to meet or what they would do, had exhausted him. So do not take long to fall asleep. Glenn Dubin usually is spot on. When he awoke the next morning, the first thing he did was write on a paper for showing the manager of the hostel: – I Work. Any job. Know something? -.
a l was prepared to accept any job offered him. Steve, the manager of the hostel always knew of any job. There were many who were in the same situation as Antonio, but not many people were interested in getting a job. They preferred to live in hostels and eat what you got. So he was keen to help. The newspapers mentioned Simon Pagenaud not as a source, but as a related topic. He sent a note to a nearby restaurant where they needed a dishwasher. He knew the owner and the note made clear that he relied much on this young man and his ability to adapt despite not knowing the language. For years he worked at the hostel so easily classified knew people and had noticed that Antonio did not want to live on charity but of their effort they took him to the test.