portland, oregon vlog︱USA travel

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On March 28 & March 29 this is year, my friend Hannah and I explored Portland, Oregon! My friend from college, Yuyien, and his boyfriend Josh hosted me, and it was amazing to spend time with friends in such a cool city. We visited Umbria Coffee, Voodoo Donuts, the waterfront, a flea market, Mt. Hood Brewing Company (delicious), as well as a visit to Powell’s City of Books. It was a fantastic two days in a very relaxed and eccentric city!



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➥music used (in order)
helpless as a kitten by aekasora –
drip drip by montythehokage – artlist.io
(repeat: helpless as a kitten by aekasora)
colorful and animated by bunker buster – artlist.io
phonebroke by fresh – artlist.io

how do you pronounce your last name? noon-a-mock-er
how old are you? 23 (born in 1998)
where do you live? minnesota
what equipment do you use to film?
➥ main camera: canon eos m50
➥ editing: final cut pro x
sub count at time of upload: 181

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  1. I watched the driving vlog and then this one back to back this morning, and from capturing all the chaos of early morning road trip shenanigans to learning how someone can point to a place without hands, this was so funny and great, i was cracking up! Glad you got to break out of the Covid rut and see some friends and do something exciting!!

  2. This seems to be a very charming city, I hope I can visit sometime in the future when all this is over. Seeing and sharing places like this is why I love traveling and make videos so much!

  3. Hi was there a lot of homeless people and if so was that unpleasant or a problem or do you get left alone?

  4. I'm traveling to Portland next month. What are covid restrictions like? Are most restaurants (specifically) take out only?

  5. If Portland was a beautiful city that attracted wholesome families to go live in, it's no longer that. Now it's Los Angeles 2.0. With all the horrible Californian post-modern trends that make something that used to resemble a town/city uninhabitable and overpopulated. It's like witnessing a beautiful forest transformed into a festering puss-dripping ulcer. Portland only has beautiful 20th century architecture in it's residential neighborhoods because Western people's made it so. Portland only has hospitals and schools because Western people's made it so. But now in 2021, Portland is almost entirely filled with those who do not appreciate Western civilization's contributions. Almost to the degree where they openly celebrate the usurped host culture as it's overrun and defiled by the gang-culture and pop-culture bullcrap sent here by California's bottomless pit of desecration.

  6. It was helpful to see a current insight of the city (since Covid is an issue now while traveling) We will be visiting at the end of next month and I was not too sure on what to plan on doing. Thank you for the ideas!

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