The Journey of Words 
The journey of Chongo
(Music Starts) ANNCR: This is the journey of the word “Chongo”. “Chongo” is a particular word, but despite it beeing a really nice one it is always experience some mishap (SFX: Chongo's fall) Because “Chongo” never pays attention to what it does. That is why here in Colombia, “Chongo” means distracted, (SFX: Birds sound) a word that lives with his head in the clouds, thinking about traveling and exploring other corners of the world. 
This great desire of traveling took “Chongo” to Chile (SFX: Flying plane) where unfortunately, and because of its distraction, it suffered a terrible accident (SFX: Car crash) where it tragically lost an arm. When it woke up, (SFX: Hospital sounds) it asked the doctor if it was still “Chongo”, and the doctor said: "Yes my friend, because here in Chile, Chongo means someone with a missing arm". "Thank God", said “Chongo”. This circumstances made “Chongo” decide to settle down. It was during that time that “Chongo” met its wife (SFX: Laughing woman) a Puerto Rican woman who took it to live with her to this new country. (SFX: Flying Plane) Here in Puerto Rico they had a son, (SFX: Crying baby) who one day asked “Chongo” to carry him on its back, like a little horse, and because “Chongo” already had lost an arm in an accident because of its distraction, it could only play like a little domesticated horse. 
But don’t worry “Chongo”, because here in Puerto Rico,(Climax of music) “Chongo” means domesticated horse. (SFX: Horse neighing) Travelling adds meaning to your life. Travel more with Travel Security.

The journey of Goma
(Music Starts) ANNCR: This is the journey of the word “Goma”.  In Mexico, “Goma” is elastic and sticky. But sometimes it feels that it can be more than that. (SFX: Footsteps on concrete) More than a piece of gum that stretches between the shoe sole  and the pavement, or more than being stuck and hidden under some table (SFX: Oh my god!). That is why “Goma” traveled to Chile (SFX: Flying plane) where due to the flexibility of its schedule and its desire of  new goals, (SFX: Working sounds) it began to do all the chores and tasks, and the tasks and the chores, of everyone it knew, wich is known in Chile as being a “Goma”. 
Extending its day to the maximum, being a “Goma” for too many people, in a short period of time “Goma” saved a sum of money that allowed it to take (SFX: Cash register) a well deserved vacation in Costa Rica (SFX: Flying plane). In this country, full of great places to party, (SFX: Party sounds) “Goma” realized that, thanks to its flexible personality and its stickiness to people it knew, there always was a friend who will invited it to a drink (SFX: Clinking glasses). That is why there is no single morning “Goma” doesn’t wake up with a hangover (SFX: Alarm clock) or with a “Goma”, as Costa Ricans would say. Oh “Goma”, you really know how to have fun.
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The journey of Piña
(Music Starts) ANNCR: This is the journey of the word “Piña”. “Piña” must be one of the sweetest words in all of Spain. Every morning someone enjoys its soft texture (SFX: Making breakfast) and delicious taste for breakfast. However, there are some who have abused of its sweetness, (SFX: Kitchen ambiance) cooking cakes and different desserts at temperatures that no word could handle (SFX: Please no!), which is why “Piña” decided to escape to a new land, thinking it could find nicer people. (SFX: Flying plane) That is how “Piña” traveled to Argentina, where it realized that people were not so different, so it decided to fight back. (SFX: Fight) At this moment “Piña” say to itself: "I could also be a violent word!", and once or twice it offered someone a “Piña” to solve a problem (SFX: Breaking bottles), because here in Argentina “Piña” means fist fight. How ironic. Its fights made Argentinian police angry, (SFX: Police siren) so they expelled it from the country.
Dazed and confused, “Piña”travel to Peru (SFX: Flying plane), where it met another “Piña”. (SFX: Laughing woman) What a surprise! “Piña” never dreamed that it would meet someone like it, so it sweetly fell in love and proposed to her. The new “Piña” said yes. (SFX: Church bell)And that is how Piña realized that it was homosexual. But guess what! In Peru “Piña” means homosexual. Coincidence? I don’t think so. Travelling adds meaning to your life. Travel more with Travel Security.







Travel Security - The Journey of Words
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