It’s a Small World

Hands down, this has been one of the best weeks ever. First week of school is over and I’m freaking out, yes, but the best part is that Melissa and Jihed came to visit us! In the Philippines! Yaay. They’re back in Hong Kong now and I know I will miss them but all good things come to an end. C’est la vie. I know we will always be in touch and I will find a way to see them again very soon! (If you girls are reading this, I will try my very very best to find a way!) I know it’s time to come back to reality, I have a lot of things to fix in my life and everything else. But, I wanted to shaaare the joy and since Thierry hasn’t posted his pictures yet, I will just share some of my favorite videos I never get tired of watching. At times of stress, you need little reminders of why you’re doing what you’re doing.

Where the Hell is Matt? (2008) from Matthew Harding on Vimeo.

Where the Hell is Matt? Melissa showed me this one. I clearly remember we were in our dorm room, Room 319 South Tower! I miss saying/writing this. I was just so amazed by this guy. If you haven’t figured out yet, my dream is to travel the world. Sadly Luckily, I am not made out of money, but it’s okay. I do what I gotta do. And so far, it has been awesome and I couldn’t ask for anything more. I envy this guy and I really really wish he goes to more places. He deserves it and it’s so awesome how he shared it with everyone. It never fails to give me that fuzzy feeling.

LEARN from Rick Mereki on Vimeo.

Learn. This is just one of the three videos that went viral on fb some time ago. The Move video was the most shared one, I think, but this one is really my favorite. These are the things that I want to do when I actually get to see the world. I just don’t know which tours offer these activities. Haha. Awesome people. I am so happy people do this and share it with everyone. Means a lot to dreamers like me.

I wish I get to make something as awesome as any of these. Someday.

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