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Old 11-25-2013, 01:03 AM
 
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This is about an important and fun event in the past 1 month in your life. Describe a specific magical, entertaining, happy, euphoric, and satisfying event and memory you have in recently anywhere in the world.

This past Friday around 2 days ago, I was in Downtown Seattle around an interesting amount of skyscrapers for this city, and quite urban for Seattle. I then went to Fremont neighborhood 20 minutes away and completely new, varied scenery compared to Downtown. I went to a café bar inside an actual large inviting house, an outdoor patio, a maze of rooms inside the house, and free internet in Fremont Café Bar. I was there 5 hours, and using my computer on the outdoor patio. Fremont neighborhood is almost always very entertaining, and relaxing, with an interesting blend of urban, and suburban attraction. I then went to an Indian restaurant in Queen Anne, and the ambience in this impressive restaurant is almost like an Asian version of a royal palace, and one of the most amazing meals. I then went into Downtown again, and then to a 2 floors hookah lounge nightclub in Capitol Hill, and this was the 1st time I went to this new hookah club in Seattle. I met someone new from a local online dating site, and a new girlfriend. This new relationship is going well. When smoking hookah, I feel even more relaxed, and a similar pleasant sensation compared to smoking marijuana. This was a very entertaining, and pleasant Friday night.

I have an amazing event happening like this once every week to once every month.
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Old 11-25-2013, 02:00 AM
 
Location: Finger Lakes Region, New York
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Drinking Fernet Branca mixed with soda water on a beach in Uruguay on a late spring evening.
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Old 11-25-2013, 04:36 AM
 
Location: Brisbane
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In the last month i have become a dad and quit my job
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Old 11-25-2013, 05:12 AM
 
Location: Melbourne, Australia
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I've been in the UK and Italy in the past month so great travel memories. Highlights included strolling the grounds of Blenheim palace, near Oxford, the venerable institutions of London, coming face to face with Roman history, the Amalfi coast and Pompeii, going on a gondola ride in Venice, admiring the villas and mountains of Lake Como and Florence and Tuscany.

No girlfriend or new bub, congrats both of you too anyway...hopefully my life starts to improve here.
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Old 11-25-2013, 06:18 PM
 
Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Museums Night in Buenos Aires

A night in where all the museums in the city are open all night long and for free, and there are a lot of free-cultural shows, like music bands, reading from prestigious writers, shows from all kinds of artists.

This happened 3 weeks ago, a spring night and i was with my parents that came visit me from out of town, watching an amazing percussion show outside the Musem of Bellas Artes, on Avenida Libertador, surronded by gorgeous squares, full of violets trees (typical of Buenos Aires- jacaranda) and then i entered to see the amazing collection of the museum, and then we walked 20 blocks to go to a beautiful Paris-like restaurant, and the walk was gorgeous, we went through Parks, embassys, seen the amazing architeqture of that part of the city. The vibe was AWESOME. It was one of those nights in where i thank the sky that i live in this wonderful city
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Old 11-25-2013, 07:43 PM
 
Location: southern california
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Avignon 3 weeks ago at le pie kafe france
a good meal and
made it back to France after 35 years

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Old 11-29-2013, 09:18 PM
 
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Drinking Fernet Branca mixed with soda water on a beach in Uruguay on a late spring evening.
This reminds me of when I went to a music concert on a beach in Romania, in Costinesti/Eforie Sud, listened to Romanian language Rock n Roll songs, and proximity to unique, vibrant nightclubs in rural Romanian towns right on the sea coastline.

This was completely spontaneous, and I didn’t expect an amazing nightclub, music concert right on a beach experience in Romania when I visited on this exact day of my life. I understand most Romanian, and this was interesting to listen to everyone speak this language when I visited this exact place, with almost no English anywhere.

Everything about those amazing experiences is phenomenal, magical, entertainment, a sign of happiness, euphoric, and satisfying.

I hope to eventually replicate this memory and experience when I visit Romania again in Constanta/Mamaia, Efoire Sud, Costinesti, or when I visit another region of a country such as Balearic Mediterranean island of Ibiza Spain, or Phuket Thailand such as an impressive ambience music concert, and nightclub experience right on a warm beach, and in a foreign, exotic place of the world.


When I visited Costa Rica, I experienced a party in a beach house right next to a tropical beach, basically with a group of 20+ young teenage people in the same international community service, volunteering, and adventure program.

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Old 11-29-2013, 09:33 PM
 
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I've been in the UK and Italy in the past month so great travel memories. Highlights included strolling the grounds of Blenheim palace, near Oxford, the venerable institutions of London, coming face to face with Roman history, the Amalfi coast and Pompeii, going on a gondola ride in Venice, admiring the villas and mountains of Lake Como and Florence and Tuscany.

No girlfriend or new bub, congrats both of you too anyway...hopefully my life starts to improve here.
Yeah, I am glad your vacation went very well in Italy/UK, and getting more travel memories, and experience.

I wouldn’t have any paranoia, or negativity about your life. You have an amazing life, especially when you travel, and a lot of your life is going well. You have an impressive amount of number 1 posts in the World forums, and this reminds me of my posts, and you know how to reflect about life.
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Old 11-29-2013, 09:34 PM
 
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Museums Night in Buenos Aires

A night in where all the museums in the city are open all night long and for free, and there are a lot of free-cultural shows, like music bands, reading from prestigious writers, shows from all kinds of artists.

This happened 3 weeks ago, a spring night and i was with my parents that came visit me from out of town, watching an amazing percussion show outside the Musem of Bellas Artes, on Avenida Libertador, surronded by gorgeous squares, full of violets trees (typical of Buenos Aires- jacaranda) and then i entered to see the amazing collection of the museum, and then we walked 20 blocks to go to a beautiful Paris-like restaurant, and the walk was gorgeous, we went through Parks, embassys, seen the amazing architeqture of that part of the city. The vibe was AWESOME. It was one of those nights in where i thank the sky that i live in this wonderful city
Yes, you know you live in a magical and unique city of the world. However, I didn’t expect a large amount of museums in Buenos Aires. Then again, some people say Buenos Aires is almost like the Paris of South America.

Is there also plenty of amazing independent café bars in Buenos Aires in those exact neighborhoods you
experienced 3 weeks ago?

When you lived in Mar Del Plata, was there phenomenal music concerts right on beaches over there during the summer months, and rock’ roll songs in Spanish, including close proximity to night clubs? http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-Rqyt-0EJk3...+argentina.jpg
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Old 11-30-2013, 06:20 PM
 
Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Yes, you know you live in a magical and unique city of the world. However, I didn’t expect a large amount of museums in Buenos Aires. Then again, some people say Buenos Aires is almost like the Paris of South America.

Is there also plenty of amazing independent café bars in Buenos Aires in those exact neighborhoods you
experienced 3 weeks ago?

When you lived in Mar Del Plata, was there phenomenal music concerts right on beaches over there during the summer months, and rock’ roll songs in Spanish, including close proximity to night clubs? http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-Rqyt-0EJk3...+argentina.jpg

Well, im sure it doesnt have as much museums as Paris or Amsterdam (amsterdam haves museums of everything!) but Buenos Aires haves quite a lot great museusm, a lot of variety, huge cultural life. I think if you consider the amount of cultural activities (you name it: theather, independent theather, music concerts, poet reading, narrative readings, movie festivals, movie cycles, performings arts of all kinds, museums, etc) Buenos Aires haves to be one of the cities in the world with MOST culturual activities available to do, if not THE city with most cultural activities available. It is already the city with most theathers in the world and also the city with most bookstores

Yes, it is full of independent café bars! Love them.


Mar del Plata does a lot of concerts in summer at the beach or the coast. They are huge. This are pics:

http://www.prensa.gba.gov.ar/Intrane...712b138721.jpg

http://www.surfandrock.fm/wp-content...les-verano.jpg

http://www.clarin.com/sociedad/Arena...27_0094_14.jpg

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