Then again I came back to the taxi with completely wet clothes till the driver repaired it after 30 mintues.
The context is:
the taxi became punctured ... I left the taxi and stood alongside the freeway in the rain to catch another taxi, but after 10 minutes had passed, no taxi had stopped for me in that rainy weather.
I know Then again is false according to this. It could be simply "again", right? or any other alternative?
But I also think it lacks " and waited till the driver ...", because I think some activity should be performed before "until" right?
My suggestion is:
I came back again to the taxi with completely wet clothes, and waited until the driver repaired the taxi after 30 mintues.
Also, what is the proper verb tense after "until" in the past or present sentences?