Medical School of Buenos Aires (fyi, Che Guevara graduated there, heh).
Good kick-ass workout today. I'm trying to work on my speed a little rather than my miles... so I did 4 sets of sprints (400m at 11.5kmh). I was so breathless. It was the second time I did this, but last time I could do only 2 sets, so I'm proud that I doubled the time heh. :)
I decided to import all my posts from my old blog (the one I used to write on as soon as I move to the US). Most of it is in portuguese (sorry, the smarty here moved to another country without knowing a single word in their native language), but some videos are interesting. So I started watching them and heck I should actually put some of the new ones here I guess :) I'm gonna try to separate them by date, so you guys don't have to deal with a gigaaantic post. Each new post, I'll put some of the old videos, just so I can somehow have them all here <3
This was beginning of last year. My sister, my best friend and I went hiking to the top of the Itiquira Falls. Breath taking.
Half way to the top. Look how darn far we were!
Finally getting there. And I could barely talk lol.
Chilling with this amazing view :)
This trip was last year... I moved from NY on December 13th, 2009, came to Brazil for a vacation 'till February and then moved to Argentina to start Med school :)
Just thought I could break a little bit my food obsession and talk about something else lol.
Most hard-core outdoors adventure you guys have ever done?
This one was def my hardest. I did some hiking back in NY and some water-rafting, but none of them made me walk straight up to the top of a 168meters waterfall.
Tell me something about you guys that isn't workout or food related! lol.
Well, I studied Journalism for 3 years, hated it. Thank God, 'cause I'm def much happier now.