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Traveling isn't just about visiting, is about learning, so...
What places should I visit before it is too late?
I know it is never too late but is a fact that being young is much easier leave home for I while, my experience when I first moved London (I'm from Spain and moved for 2 years) was good, but I don't feel London as a place I visited, I kind of see like my second home.
I've been in France, Argentina, Colombia, Holland, UK, etc. but I'm starting to be interested
At the beginning it seemed to me a bit late to talk about this but the I thought it is never too late to talk about good music.
Last year, in the 2010 Brit Awars, "What's the Story Morning Glory?" won the award for the best album of the last 30 years.
There's no doubt that it really is ONE of them but is it the BEST? What I would like to know if you consideer this one as the best album in the last past 30 years.
Good to remind and list the other nominated
Well, this is something I'm worried about since few years, when I discovered how music was important for me and how thing changes in not that long time...
Few years ago (no more than 15) there were a lot of bands that today are almost forgotten by the same generation who put them on the top of the world... As you might know I expecting my first son in couple of months as you can see in my previous post and the fact the probably he will never hear of 75% of the band I listen, support
Well, this is my first discussion, I want to get deeper on this because I found it really interesting since the first moment.
I'm having my first child, I'm 22 and even that he came a bit earlier than what I planned, it couldn't be more perfect.
And yes, it is running me crazy, in the good way of the expression... Everything has changed, everything I used to care of has become less important and he has filled most of that part with new things, and over it all is the family...