Recently I’ve been in Paris for the second time ever in my life. Unexpectedly, I’ve loved it even more now and still there’s so much to see and to experiment. Paris makes you want to sing from the rooftops, dance through the streets, twirl through the boulevards and discover all the cultures that are exposed in this massive metropolis. Since I was little, I had a different perspective of France due to some family friends who are immigrants and belong to the Portuguese community in Paris. It’s a very interesting turn of events that I recommend to search and read about. A country is so much more than just a flag, it’s made by people from different places, coming together in one major city. So, the big question is: will I come back? I think the answer will always be: Yes. Of course. Paris is a destination of a lifetime.
Some impressions about one of my skiing experiences.
More tall issues that I’ve found out in the last couple of months. Enjoy.
First and foremost, hi. I don’t know why, but every time I publish a blog-post it feels like I’m writing a letter to somebody distant. That being said: Yes, I know. It has been a long time since I published something. Even though I’ve been away from publishing some of my work, I just want to leave a positive note: I’ve been busy, not only working but also, scheduling future projects. You can follow me on twitter or instagram to have updates of upcoming gigs or projects I’m involved in. Without further ado, Thank you.
My last couple of months have been quite unusual. In this set I talk about where I am now when it comes to speaking German and my current living situation. Hope you enjoy it.