How to catch a drift, step 1

Trip Start Feb 15, 2007
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Trip End Jul 17, 2007


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Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Alright, so here is the plan, as conceived from afar and thus prone to heavy changes: I will shut down my doings here, leave Rio somewhen in February, arrive somewhere in Portugal, hopefully find a random work that pays me enough to eat and sleep under cover, live there happily or not for about five months and then come back to handle some important matters here. I do not intend to come back to living in Rio, but whatever I say about a time so far into the future is just a wild guess...
Of course my plans are intentionally poorly weaved, as I want to leave a lot of room for maneuvering, which also means I will be drifting a lot. That has obviously a lot of potential for going wrong, so I guess some preparations are due, and the first step in my soon to be finished, 100% free, 99% useless (right there is an impressively infinite profit margin for my readers) self-help booklet on how to catch a drift is...

Raze your expectations

Nothing can actually go wrong when you expect nothing. My main goals of living elsewhere and seeing some of Portugal should be automatically accomplished - further good is to be regarded as bonus.
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rmusse
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going adrift
hey Henrique...
good to know about your plans, and you're right about not having any expectation. I suppose the better the surprise will be! Keep us posted!! I gues I might bump into you sometime soon here in Europe... having thoughts of moving to Sweden... so, expect nothing and I have more chances it'll happen! ;)
XXX
Ruama

rac
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Boa Sorte!
Desejo outras coisas também, mas o mais importante acho que é isso.
Beijos.

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