Level 4 fun

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During a group lunch one day, our community manager, Travis, was prepping us for our time in La Paz. Our accommodations weren't going to be nearly as nice as in Buenos Aires, and he wanted us to have the right expectations. He proceeded to explain his own analogy about how there are 3 levels of fun, and he assured that if we had the right expectations, we would absolutely love La Paz and have lots of opportunities for "Level 3 fun".A couple of days later, during our last day in Buenos Aires, Paige and I went on a journey to leave our mark on the city by painting a mural. That day the most unimaginable and serendipitous moment of my life occurred. After telling Travis about what happened, we joked that we surpassed Level 3, and set a new bar for Level 4 fun.Here's how it went down...Level 1Level 1 fun is the little things that you normally wouldn't think twice about. I went to an art store and purchased some art supplies for a project I wanted to do. I like art, and was excited for...