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Christopher Columbus Journal - Hoy me dijeron que mi expedicin ha sido aprobado. Despus de siete aos de espera con paciencia

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Eduardo Salazar Spanish IB Standard Aug 21 2012 Diario de Colón 30 de abril de 1492 Mejor Día de Mi Vida Estoy escribiendo este diario hoy con mucho entusiasmo. Hoy me dijeron que mi expedición ha sido aprobado. Después de siete años de espera con paciencia, mis sueños de navegar a un mundo nuevo ha sido concedida. Mirando hacia atrás, me siento feliz de decir que mi dedicación realmente ha valido la pena. ...read more.

Middle

Estos años han sido muy duro para mí y mi familia. Incluso, he trabajado vendiendo mapas y libros para que yo me pudiera sostener económicamente. Ahora tengo una oportunidad única de hacer orgulloso los españoles y no tengo planes de decepcionarlos. Sólo tengo que dar las gracias a el secretario de la colonia de Aragón, Juan de Coloma y de fray Juan Pérez. Estas dos personas creyeron en mí y lucharon por mí para que este viaje sería aprobado por el reino de España. ...read more.

Conclusion

Realmente, necesito encontrar especias de la India. Las especias realmente ayudaría al comercio. Con toda esta gran noticia, me olvidé de mencionar que se me dio el título de Almirante y el título de virrey. Estos títulos me dan poder sobre muchos de los descubrimientos que nos esperan en el viaje. Ahora me consideran y me llaman por el titulo “Don”. Con esto dicho, ahora debo de ir a planificar la ruta más corta en el mapa y darle la noticia a mi familia, que voy a extrañar mucho. Este es el mejor día de mi vida. Hasta mañana, Cristóbal Colón ...read more.

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