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15 reasons why we live in mexico and not in the united states

We're a young American couple who sold everything to live in Mexico. If there's one thing we regret, it's not leaving the US sooner!
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On January 31st, 2018 we packed up our tangerine-colored Prius C and left the United States to travel in Mexico. 252 Mexico travel videos and nearly 2 years later, we are reflecting further on our decision to leave our life in the US behind to travel in Mexico.

In case you missed it, here's Part 1 of this video:

In this video, we'll be sharing more reasons why we live in MEXICO and not the United States. You'll hear us talk about:
- The safety in the US
- Why we love Mexicans
- Taxes while living outside of the US
- The political climate of the United States
- The cost of travel in Mexico vs. the US
- Aspects we love about Mexican culture, food, traditions, holidays, etc.
- Economic concerns
- And more!

What do you think about our perspective on moving to Mexico permanently? To us, it was easily the best decision we've ever made. We hope this Part 2 video shows you exactly HOW it has been such a fulfilling experience.

ABOUT US (MADDIE & JORDAN)
In January 2018, we sold everything we owned in the US (except our husky Laska & what fit in our tiny, tangerine Prius C3) to travel the world—starting with Mexico. Since then, we've been making travel videos about our life in Mexico and the new experiences we encounter while traveling the world. If you'd like to join our shenanigans, subscribe to our YouTube channel. You can also poke around our social media to find out what we’re up to each week.

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One of the MOST DANGEROUS places on Earth?!

Acapulco, Guerrero is considered the 2nd most dangerous city in Mexico. This is what happened in our first few days...
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We're an American couple who's been traveling around Mexico for the last two years. One place that everyone told us to avoid at all costs was the state of Guerrero—specifically Acapulco. Recently, we met some travelers who have been going to Acapulco, Guerrero for years, though. That made us wonder, is Acapulco REALLY one of the most dangerous places in the world?

Find out what we think of the safety / danger in Acapulco in this video, the first vlog we've ever made in the state of Guerrero. SPOILER ALERT: Acapulco is MUCH different than the version of it you've probably seen on the news.

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What we did in this Acapulco Mexico vlog:
- We enjoyed breathtaking sunsets surrounded by cheerful locals drinking beers and eating street food.
- We tasted some of the BEST Mexican food we've ever had (like traditional pozole...YUM!)
- And we experienced some of the most unique things we've ever seen, like the Disco Buses that make their presence known as they barrel down the Costera.

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ABOUT US (MADDIE & JORDAN)
In January 2018, we sold everything we owned in the US (except our husky Laska & what fit in our tiny, tangerine Prius C3) to travel the world—starting with Mexico. Since then, we've been making travel videos about our life in Mexico and the new experiences we encounter while traveling the world. If you'd like to join our shenanigans, subscribe to our YouTube channel. You can also poke around our social media to find out what we’re up to each week.

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TUTORIAL - Integração de elementos 3D em cenas reais

Neste tutorial vamos aprender a compor objetos 3d em takes gravados com camera em movimento. Utilizaremos Pftrack, 3dsMax, Redshift e After Effects.
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Parte 4- Psicologia

Psicologia e Relações Humanas- Vol II
Prof. Alberto Montalvão- Edição 1987
Princípios de Psicologia Dinâmica

Os Móveis da Ação
Hábitos e Reflexos
Consciente ,Subconsciente e Inconsciente
Dinamismo dos Complexos
A Força Dinâmica do Medo
Psicoenergia Destrutiva
Disfarces e Ilusões Mentais
Luz e Sombra
Submersão da Memoria
O Simbolismo Mental
Projeção e Identificação
As Raízes da Inferioridade
O Complexo Dourado
A Essência da Sugestibilidade
A Sugestão Inconsciente
Atividade, Extrospecção e Introspecção
Consciência e Conhecimento
Comportamento e Tensão Psíquica
As Tendências e Reflexos
O Mundo dos Instintos
As Doenças da Vontade
Caráter e Personalidade
Sensações e Percepções
A Memoria
Associação e Memoria

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Peruvian Breakfast in Lima, Peru

Join us for Peruvian Breakfast in Lima, Peru as we prepare a large meal by going over to Wong Supermarket and picking out traditional Peruvian breakfast items along with things we just wanted to eat. When it comes to breakfast in Peru things such as humitas and tamales are staples along with pan con chicharron. However, we also decided to get plenty of Peruvian fruits such as lucuma, maracuya, cherimoya, papaya, pomegranate seeds and other dessert and snack type items including alfajores con manjar blanco, orejtias and chicha morada to go along with our coffee and tea. It ended up being quite the feast for breakfast in Lima, Peru. What do you eat for breakfast in Peru? Was there any Peruvian breakfast items that you'd like to try someday?

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This is part of our Travel in Peru video series showcasing Peruvian food, Peruvian culture and Peruvian cuisine.

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Our First TREE TENT CAMPING Experience in New Brunswick, CANADA⛺ | Sleeping in the TENTSILE CONNECT????

Who's ready for a tree tent camping adventure? In this video, we kick off our road trip around Atlantic Canada with a stay in a rather fun and unusual AirBnB: a suspended tree tent in the forest on the shores of the Saint John River. This one to be precise: ????️.

Sam and I spent a weekend exploring a beautiful area just outside Fredericton, New Brunswick, where we went hiking in Mactaquac Provincial Park, enjoyed some mouthwatering dishes at Moco Kitchen, and then slept outdoors in a Tentsile Connect tent suspended above the ground. That's this tent right here: ⛺ ⛺

We did a bit of hiking in Mactaquac both days, tackling the Alex Creek Trail, Beaver Pond Trail, and the Little Mactaquac Trail. This provincial park is a woodland area that sits along the shores of the Saint John River. It has lots of different hiking trails, a golf course, a campground, a beach, a marina, plus some fun activities like treetop trekking.

On our first night there, we had dinner at Moco Kitchen which is located inside Mactaquac Provincial Park. The restaurant is located in the Golf Course Clubhouse and they have some mouthwatering dishes featuring fresh, local ingredients. Sam and I both knew what we were ordering before we even got there! I got the seafood pasta with scallops, shrimp and haddock, and Sam got the fish and chips. The food was wonderful! Also, Sam couldn’t resist dessert when the menu came around, so he got us a slice of carrot cake with cream cheese icing, and a turtle cheesecake with chocolate, caramel and pecans...it was just too hard choosing between his two favourites.

We then went back to our campsite, where we had a pretty good night. Sleeping in a tree tent takes some getting used to - it feels like you're bobbing on the water ever so gently. We put the rainfly on since the wind had picked up and there were some dark clouds rolling, but I don't think it actually rained. Even with the rainfly on, there was good air circulation in the tent. It never got too hot or too cold. We both put on an extra layer at night, but we weren't cold by any means! The verdict: tree tent camping is pretty cool and we'd definitely try it again!

#treetent #camping #canada

Our First TREE TENT CAMPING Experience in New Brunswick, CANADA⛺ | Sleeping in the TENTSILE CONNECT????

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Franklin Barbecue : First in Line | Our Step-by-Step Guide ( Austin, Texas)

Franklin Barbecue - First in Line | Our Step-by-Step Guide
Things To DO Austin Texas #8 - Franklin BBQ

Known as the best barbecue in the world, Franklin Barbecue is out of this world. In this video we take you step by step and show you how to make the most of your experience at Franklin bbq. Even famous barbecue enthusiasts such as Daniel Vaughn and even Anthony Bourdain gave Franklin BBQ two thumbs up in terms of the best of the best in barbecue.

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Brisket is amazing. We preferred semi moist and you'll see why in the video The beef ribs are only served on Saturday. ???? We went on Sunday so we got the Pork Ribs ???? and they are very tender and super tasty.
We also recommend the pies that are made only for the folks the visit Franklin BBQ.

If you go, or if you've been to Franklin's we'd love hear what you thought about Franklin BBQ.
Leave us a comment below and share your thoughts.

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We're Tanya and Dave. We moved from Boston to Austin and we're travel wanderers on a path to bring our love of travel and music together. Seeking out some of the coolest venues this world has to offer, exploring all that the great city of Austin has to offer...and of course enjoying some of the good food and adventures along the way. OF COURSE!!

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Best Day of Our NOVA SCOTIA ROAD TRIP in Canada ???? ???????? | Visiting LaHave Islands + The Ovens

In this video, we're continuing our Nova Scotia road trip with a fun day visiting the LaHave Islands! This was one of our favourite days travelling along Nova Scotia's South Shore, mainly because we were just winging it and that seems to be our favourite way to travel.

We kicked off the morning driving from Lunenburg to LaHave (via the LaHave River ferry), and once we arrived there we made a stop at the famous LaHave Bakery; they're well-known for their baked goods and sandwiches and they have a beautiful outdoor seating area, so it makes the ideal stop along the way. Plus, you also have LaHave Books on the backside of the building in case you want to pick up a beach read for a fun day of island hopping.

Having eaten an early lunch, we drove over to Crescent Beach, which is a tombolo; this is when the mainland is connected to an island via a long strip of land, in this case, a beach! From there, we started our LaHave Islands adventure driving to George Island to Bush Island to Jenkins Island to Bell Island to LaHave Island. The islands mainly consisted of forest and private cottages, but we did find a nice little spot on the rocks, which would've been ideal for a picnic had we not eaten all of our food so early...but you know us!

It was then onward to Rissers Beach Provincial Park, where we enjoyed a nice walk on the beach as well as the boardwalk which takes you through marshland.

We made a few more stops that afternoon including Hirtle's Beach, which marks the start of the hike to Gaff Point. We were running a bit short on time, so we opted for a visit to an ice cream truck instead of doing the hike.

And lastly, we drove to The Ovens Natural Park, which was the site of the 1861 gold rush. We got to learn about this fascinating history while hiking the Sea Cave Trail, which took us down to all sorts of caves and tunnels. This was one of the highlights of the day and a fun way to wrap up another great day of our Nova Scotia road trip!

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Best Day of Our NOVA SCOTIA ROAD TRIP in Canada ???? ???????? | Visiting LaHave Islands + The Ovens

Our visit LaHave Islands travel guide covers some of the top attractions including a food guide to local Canadian food, top sightseeing tourist attractions and the city by day and by night including visiting the harbour front seafood restaurants, road trips, town museums, craft breweries, cafes, lookout points and more. We cover activities you won't find in a typical LaHave Islands tourism brochure, LaHave Islands itinerary or LaHave Islands tour.

Come find out what makes the LaHave Islands, Nova Scotia a must visit region!

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15 Things to do in Oxford Travel Guide | Day Trip from London, England

Join us as we take a day trip from London, England to Oxford showcasing some of the top attractions and things to do in Oxford for those just visiting for the day. We cover Oxford University, colleges, botanical gardens and castles just to name a few while enjoying some classic pub food and afternoon tea.

15 Things to do in Oxford City Tour | England Travel Guide:

Intro - 00:01
1) Bus ride from London to Oxford - 00:30
2) Pub food in Oxford (Fish and Chips and Apple Crumble) - 02:19
3) Shopping in Oxford - 05:02
4) Visiting the University of Oxford in Oxford, England - 05:42
5) Trinity College, Oxford - 06:04
6) Radcliffe College and Bodleain Library - 06:58
7) University Church of St Mary the Virgin - 07:06
8) Christchurch Meadow Walk - xxx
9) Punting in Oxford - 07:50
10) University of Oxford Botanic Garden - 08:31
11) Afternoon Tea with scones - 09:30
12) Bridge of Sighs in Oxford - 11:20
13) Eating fudge - 11:34
14) Oxford Castle - 12:43
15) Ashmolean Museum - 13:19
Outro - 13:44

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Our visit Oxford travel guide covers some of the top attractions including a food guide, top sightseeing tourist attractions and the city by day including visiting castles, colleges, museums and the university. We also cover off-the-beaten-path outdoor activities you won't find in a typical Oxford tourism brochure, Oxford itinerary or Oxford, England city tour.

15 Things to do in Oxford Travel Guide | Day Trip from London, England video transcript:

Good morning here in London. Today we are taking a day trip. Yes, we sure are. And we're heading off to Oxford. I mean this is obviously a destination that is quite famous. The most famous University in the world.

It is not far from London. So it is a day trip. We're really excited. We're going to film a travel guide to Oxford.

A couple of tips to keep in mind if you're traveling by bus. It is usually cheaper if you book in advance. Also, we noticed that weekdays were cheaper than weekends so we are going on a Friday today and got a good deal.

We made it. We have arrived and that was an awesome trip. We got to see London and the countryside.

Food always comes first. We're about food always. We cannot go sightseeing without a bite of food. We found a pub that is nice and cozy. We're right in the corner and this place apparently specializes in fish and chips.

The University of Oxford has no known foundation date but teaching of some form has taken place here since the year 1096 making it the oldest University in the English speaking world. Today the University is made up for 38 self-governing colleges a few of which are open to visitors.

So one of the things you can do when you visit Oxford is go around and tour the different colleges. We paid two pounds and now we're inside Trinity College.

Trinity College was founded in 1555 and it’s one of the smallest colleges in Oxford admitted just over 400 students. This college has produced some noteworthy figures, including a few prime ministers.

We also saw had a quick glance at Radcliffe College and the Bodleain Library, before continuing on to the University Church.

This is the oldest Botanic Garden in Great Britain and it was originally founded as a medicinal garden. The Garden was also frequently visited by Lewis Carroll, an Oxford mathematics professor, and the gardens were a source of inspiration for Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.

Oxford Castle is a partly ruined Norman castle dating back to Medieval times. During the 18th century it housed the local prison, but today those same walls are home to a hotel.

So I think that is a wrap for our day trip to Oxford. Time to catch our bus. We're tired but we've done the main things we wanted to do. I hope you guys enjoyed this travel guide to Oxford and that it gives you a good idea of how you can kind of explore the city on a day trip from London. If you can come for longer because we wish we had 2 or 3 days here.

This is part of our Travel in England video series showcasing British food, British culture and British cuisine.

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27ª Rede GIRC – 26/08/2020 - “Ética, Conduta e Disciplina: o que aprendemos até agora?”

27ª Rede GIRC - 26 de agosto 2020 - “Ética, Conduta e Disciplina: o que aprendemos até agora?”

Edição de celebração de 3 anos da Rede GIRC



Local do evento: Virtual – Via Teams

Horário: 10h30 - 12h30.

Mediação: Carolina Carballido (CGU)



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- Gilberto Walter

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- Régis Holanda

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- Cleber Izzo

Diretor de Relações do Trabalho no Serviço Público (SGP/ME)
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Mensagem 04 - O Poder Que Me Liberta da Incredulidade

Conferência de Jovens –  Julho de 2018
Realizada na Estância Árvore da Vida entre os dias 14 a 22 de julho de 2018
Tema Geral: O Poder Que Liberta
Mensagem 04 - O Poder Que Me Liberta da Incredulidade
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16 curiosidades sobre morar em Bogotá, Colômbia!

Senhoras e senhores, sejam muito bem vindos a bordo! ????

Nesse vídeo, eu vou te contar 16 curiosidades de como é morar em Bogotá, na Colômbia e dar algumas dicas pra quem tem interesse de visitar!

Vou falar sobre o clima, comida, pessoas, gírias colombianas e muito mais!

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Rick Ridings 9 de Dezembro 2017 - Ative a legenda em português.

Monique Cabral - Entre o Mar e a Montanha

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Sou carioca e uma andarilha inquieta. Viajante e fotógrafa profissional estou sempre pronta para embarcar na próxima aventura. Mobilidade já foi o meu lema muito antes de virar moda e até poucos anos atrás nunca tinha parado por muito tempo para viver em uma cidade. Como sempre tive a ideia de me manter móvel para melhor fotografar as particularidades de cada lugar, já perdi a conta de quantos apartamentos aluguei, tendo tido inclusive como residência por curtos períodos, um trimarã, um motorhome e até um hostel .

No Brasil, morei em vários estados e quando nos anos 80 fui fazer mestrado em Fotografia no Royal College of Arts de Londres, passei vários meses viajando pela Europa, fotografando sem destino e quase baixando âncora definitiva na Espanha. Foi nessa época, que durante uma visita de seis meses de férias ao Brasil, subi a trilha da Pedra Bonita pela primeira vez, e lá tive um insight inesquecível: no cume da montanha, olhando aquele vasto horizonte infinito e azul, entre o mar e a montanha, decidi que o Rio de Janeiro, a cidade onde eu nasci, seria o meu lugar no planeta. Nunca mais voltei ao Velho Mundo. Mas voltei sim, meu olhar, para o “seio do mar”, e finquei raízes as margens da Guanabara.

Hoje, moradora que sou do alto do bairro da Glória, bem pertinho do céu, contemplo diariamente a nossa linda e quente luz tropical emoldurada pelo verde cintilante da paisagem desenhada do maior parque urbano que conheço, o Aterro do Flamengo.

Nos fins de tarde, o vento morno que vem do mar, esquenta a minha alma, meu coração apaixonado e me inspiro com o entardecer, feliz por saber que estou exatamente aonde quero estar, nos braços de São Sebastião. Aqui a diversidade de cenários é incrível e transborda os limites da realidade cotidiana, transformando cada dia em poesia para os meus olhos. Impossível resistir a esses apelos visuais que derramam sombras, luzes e cores sobre as montanhas e me deixam sem alternativa que não seja fotografar tanta beleza, nessa tênue faixa de terra a beira mar. Tanta paixão fez com que eu transformasse esse meu estilo de vida em meu trabalho e através da Trilharte Fotografia & Aventura, empresa que fundei para ensinar fotografia em passeio ecológicos, passo dias caminhando e levando pessoas pelas trilhas para fotografar.

Esse é o meu Rio de Janeiro, um lugar que me acolhe e que escolhi ficar, trabalhar e compartilhar minhas visões.

Esse é o meu canto da Terra.

Sejam todos os viajantes bem-vindos!
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Webinar - Hidratação - O poderoso escudo da pele

Bate-papo aconteceu no dia 30/07/2020


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Como passar mais rápido pela segurança do aeroporto?

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