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Dallas to Tokyo.

It's almost 7 AM. Time to get a shower, pack the last things and head home. I cannot believe it has just been since Monday, feels much longer. Guess it has something to do with 20-hour long days, when you wake up at 3 AM and go to bed at 10 PM. Still, worth it.

Things went well professionally and we also had some fun time, in the dinners with the commitee members. I missed the chance to go to a Real Rodeo and it makes me rather sad. Because when you are in Texas, well, that's what you should go for, right? Anyway. I like to go our for dinner in US. They always have salads and myriad grilled veggies to pick & mix on the side. Food is healthy in US. The problem is that people... Tend to pick the not-so-good-for-you stuff.

How do you guys spend your flight time? I plan to study japanese, work for a while and relax, if my body finally lets me sleep.

I added two items to the sidebar (RIGHT) so you can FOLLOW US in Bloglovin! and let us know what you like most of the blog. We try to get better everyday, but well... Feedback is needed to realize what to show more of!

Hoy vuelvo a casa. Que ganas ya. Esta semana ha sido eterna, lo que tiene levantarte a las 3 y acostarte a las 22 por el jetlag. En la barra de la derecha, teneis un par de novedades. La bella ilustracion os conduce a bloglovin, donde nos podeis seguir. Es genial para ver todas las updates que te interesan (si sigues varios blogs) en el mismo portal (asi te ahorras el ir haciendo click aqui y alla). La otra es una encuesta. Estamos cerca de un gran momento... Y como muestra de nuestro agradecimiento, os queremos compensar. Asi que por favor, indica que temas te interesan mas. 


Anonymous said...

Done! Ya vote. :)


Clau said...

Gracias! La gente es un poco tímida… Pero parece que está claro, los lugares exóticos llaman y mucho.

Supongo que a todos nos gusta viajar lejos, aunque sea a través de los demás. Los trayectos como el de la semana pasada, son más que prescindibles. Todavía no me he recuperado del cansancio acumulado, tengo la tripa como una montaña rusa y me paseo con ojeras de oso panda.

Pero no me quejo. Sarna con gusto...

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