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... is in their own world
And finally, here’s a list of the lessons I learned from the trip:
- Don’t have in your life things, people, jobs, careers, hobbies, that don’t make you happy or you don’t find fulfilling. Life is short. They’re ...
... deserted while we were there, seeing as it was a Wednesday, and it was sweltering in the sun. We lazed around and indulged in a bit of honest touristing, before heading to the bike hire place. Got ourselves sorted and then headed out on the all famous American River Bike Trail.
It was fine at first, riding beside a cool portion of the river and across a funky green bridge into a beautiful green park. But the rest of it was ...
... fair going on, and also going through part of the more financial district. As it was the weekend the parks were pretty busy, and we really enjoyed the vibe of the central area. As we walked further we made it to Old Town Sacramento, which looked like it had been plucked right out of an old western movie. The classic signs above, with wooden swinging doors into some of the restaurants and bars, it really managed to keep some of its old character, even if some ...
... Governor. Oh darn!
When we explore the state capitols, we also like to explore their history museum, and this one was quite impressive, especially with all the history of the native Indians in this neck of the woods. They also had a white buffalo on display (borrowed from the local Indian tribe) and it was absolutely beautiful. White buffaloes are extremely rare and it is said that one appears once in every five million births. To the ...
... the interviews will be totally different. Japan has very formal interviews with personality tests. Korea goes through lots of recruiting companies and the interviews are purely academic. I got questions like, “Do you like kids?” and, “Are you a patient person?” I would prepare yourself for the interviews by making sure that you speak very clearly and slowly and memorizing a couple ...