I have a BMW now. The only reason that I have it is because when I lived in Colorado, it snowed a lot and I needed a car with 4 wheel drive.
I use to work up in a mountain, when it would snow, it would be a dangerous drive down the mountain. I slipped many times and I once crashed in to the railing. After that crash I went to found a car that can handle the snow. Turns out that it was my beautiful BMW.
I have been to Brazil twice now. It is one of my favorite places to go to just have fun and forget all my responsibilities back home. The first time that I went was in 2007. I went for Carnival. There were hundreds of thousands of people from all over Brazil and the world there. Everyone was just having fun and enjoying the music and the company of everyone else. The Carnival party lasted 2 weeks and everyday was more fun then the last. I meet some nice people and ate some great food. I can say that Brazilians know how to have fun and just relax.
Some of my best friends are living in Colorado now and they sent me some pics of the fire.
In South Korea, there is a festival that is held every year. It is the Mud Festival. This festival last 2 weeks and what happens at this festival is that the Koreans bring in thousands of pounds of enriched mud to one of their more famous beaches. They set up plenty games, like mud fights, mud painting, mud obstacle courses and mud slides. Thousands of people come everyday from all over the world to take part in the fun and games. At night they have live concerts and there is beer everywhere and soju. Most people rent out houses and hotel rooms that are next to the beach and have BBQ’s and house parties. It is a fun event to spend with good friends and just have some clean muddy fun.
I have been to Japan twice before and every time that I have gone, I have never wanted to return home. I enjoyed everything about Japan. I love how convenient the public transportation is. How everyone rides bikes, I never seen some many bikes in one location before. I thought it was amazing. I did not know how a person would be able to find there bike among the hundreds there. I liked that the people were nice and helpful. When I got lost strangers did not hesitate to help me, even when I could only use my translator to talk. I like that Japan has the big city of Tokyo but they also have small cities around it, you would never know that Tokyo was just an hour train ride away. I could say that the only thing that I did not like was that the coins had actual value. I hate having to carry a pocket full of coins, but they came in handy with all the great vending machines everywhere, I never went thirsty while I was in Japan.
In 2006 I started boxing. I was an amateur boxer in Colorado. I first started boxing to stay in shape. A person can burning 2,000 calories in one session. Once I started, I started to like it, so I asked the coach one day if I could start sparing. For some reason boxing came natural to me, which is weird because I did not like to fight and I am a very passive person, but when I get into the ring, I become a different person. I was pretty good. I won all my fights and most by KO. My favorite memory from my boxing was my first fight, I knocked a guy down with just a jab. Everyone in the gym went crazy and coaches from all over were telling me that they never seen a person go down from just a jab before. I go back and see my old boxing coach when I am in Colorado and he still talks about the fight.
On Monday I was riding my motorcycle to work, I was on H1 when it lost some power and started to drive slower, it was a little scary since I was in the fast lane going about 60 MPH. Luckily it keep going and I was able to make it to work safely. On the ride home, I was riding down Ala Moana and it did the same thing, but this time it shut off completely and I could not get it started again. I had to push it to the mall and call a tow truck to come and get it. I am glad that I decided to take the streets home and not the freeway.