California – Day 5 and 6

After a much need night of sleep, we were thinking of going to the Grand Canyon or to the Death Valley but quickly realized we wouldn’t have enought time to fully check those places. That being said, we decided to head back to California, to Los Angeles.

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California – Day 1

We flew from Austin Sunday morning and landed in San Francisco around 9am (in California it’s 2h behind). We had already rented a car – this was going to be a road trip, after all – and started thinking about breakfast.

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Blog – feedback needed!

 

Now that the blog is up and running, I need a little help from you guys. On the menu bar, you can select the language you would like to read the blog by clicking on the respective flag. My question is: when you first come to the blog, in which language is it? I ask this because I’ve noticed a few comments on an english post but people were comenting in portuguese. I know there’s people who prefer to read in english, no matter what their mother language is, but I would really appreciate your feedback!

Thank you!

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First time I shot a gun

It’s inevitable. For us, Europeans, guns are only seen in movies and thinking about it in real life is quite scary. As I said on this post, guns were one of the reason why moving to Texas wasn’t a straightforward decision. Walking on the street and suddenly being on a movie scene situation wasn’t something very appealing. But that’s it: a movie. In reality, the first time I saw a gun was in one of the shops. It’s nothing like the media propaganda. No one walks on the streets showing off their guns, and entering public spaces carrying guns is mostly prohibited.

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