This week I went for a day trip to Setúbal. I met some people from there and they invited me over to discover the city. The city reminds of Havana: half ruins, half restored beautiful buildings. There are great opportunities there. The life is half the cost compared to Lisbon and it is just a couple of minutes from Praia de Tróia and just an hour from Lisbon.
I'm happy to say I'm back to working more than 4 hours a day. It is a great feeling, but I do miss Faro. The surfing, the people and debates we were having there. Some of the things I've learned there I try to do every day now. I'm cooking more, I'm trying to drink less alcohol, and eat less bread (which is hard because of the local pastelarias).
Together with some friends from Faro, we've started a new co-living project. Let me know if you want to learn more about it. We're planning to have something for the public by the end of March.
There are some other experiments I'm trying, but there's not much to announce yet. Stay tuned, though.
If you like spy movies (like I do). You'd be surprised to discover John le Carré. He's an ex MI6 who left to become a full-time author. You can start with one of his recent works: The Night Manager.
I will be in Marrakech for a week starting 16th March. Then, I'm back to Cluj-Napoca where I'll spend a couple of weeks. Together with some friends, this year again, we'll be heading to Resonate in Belgrade. This is a New Media festival I find very good for the content and the mix of people going there.
I'm super grateful to my friends for pushing me a year ago to see it. If you have doubts about it, drop me an email, I could try to convince you.
As always, if it happens I'm in your city, let's get a coffee.
Until next month!