0 comments Thursday, February 7, 2008

I own a very cool car: a Suzuki Samurai.  It belonged to my grandfather, but he gave it to me as a gift at x-mas of 2006, and since then, I have enjoyed ever bit of it.  By the way, it's from 1986!

A Samurai is a one-of-a-kind car, it's like a smaller version of a Jeep.  My Samurai is green and has street tires (I do not like those tires, but my grandfather put them and I haven't had money to change them).  Something very nice is that before my grandpa gave it to me, it was his toy car, so he spent a lot of money in it, he painted it, he bought the stock wheels, cleaned the motor and installed a CD stereo.

Another great thing is its soft top.  I think it's very cool because I can get it off whenever I want, and it only takes me around 5 minutes. But the most impressive thing is that it has never let me down.  I've gone jeeping to a lot of places and it has never failed.  I sure can get a lot out of the 60hp or so it has.  I'm still waiting for bigger tires :).

0 comments Sunday, February 3, 2008

Last night we had a relly big adventure, we camped in Las Copas Beach.  The journey was like the one we did two weeks ago, but this time we camped the night.  We arrived in the afternoon so we had sunlight to set up the tents.  And by the time the night fell we were having steak meat we cooked.  After eating dinner we lighted a bomfire and we talked for a while before we got tired.

We were about to sleep when we noticed something awful, the sand was incredibly hard! Everyone would think that sleeping in sand is comofrtable, but there is a thing with sand dunes: the very top of the dune is the softest part, whille the bottom is the hardest.  Since we didn't want the wind to be striking us, we camped in the bottom of the dune, so the dune would cover the wind, we messed up. Our night wasn't really comfortable.

1 comments Friday, February 1, 2008

Here's another video we made for our Literature class.  We picked one of the stories in Panchatranta (A really old Hindu book, made of short stories), and we choosed "The Golden King and The Beggar". Enjoy =)


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