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My recap of the Local Guides Summit 2017

Re: My recap of the Local Guides Summit 2017

Hi, @Carl@SP31

Thank you for reading!

I'm looking forward to seeing your photos as well.

Best Summit Ever!!!

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Re: My recap of the Local Guides Summit 2017

Thanks @HiroyukiTakisawa for sharing the lovely experience.....

From the photographs itself I can imagine the excitement...

 

Congratulations @HiroyukiTakisawa

Re: My recap of the Local Guides Summit 2017

Hello, @AnnaBcn@KarenVChin

I think so too. Of course I also enjoyed Tesora. I was happy because I wanted a dark coffee that time.

Cafes of San Francisco were definitely interesting for me :-D

Re: My recap of the Local Guides Summit 2017

Helloooooo. @AlejandraMaría

You are welcome!

Thanks to you, I also enjoyed that amazing 2.5 days!

I'll continue training how to Spanish style hug until see you again ;-)

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Re: My recap of the Local Guides Summit 2017

Wow! Awesome recap @HiroyukiTakisawa great photos obviously great summit ever. 

FazeelUsmani Level 9
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Re: My recap of the Local Guides Summit 2017

Wow!!! What a wonderful recap.

Congrats for achieving summit goals. 

@HiroyukiTakisawa Which 360° camera you've used to click photospheres, Ricoh Theta S or Ricoh Theta V?


HiroyukiTakisawa wrote:

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I wrote a recap of the Summit 2017 on my website. I'll copy abstract here.

And full post is here.  tantanlife: Local Guides Summit 2017 report (Only Japanese)

 

 

Pre Summit activities

I arrived in San Francisco on October 7th because I had to recover from my jet lag and there was a wonderful plan.

Yes, it was a Pre Summit activity with Local Guides at Philz Coffee!

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8th, of course I was doing Local Guides in SF. I went to Coffee shops, Ramen shop and some interesting spots.

9th, I went to Google for attend Google’s usability studies.

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Summit 

And 10th, finally started the Local Guides Summit 2017!

It was amazing experiences!!

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Their speech was full of surprises and ideas. And discussions were very exciting!

We enjoyed them and learned many things from each other.

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Of course parties were fantastic too! We made mannnnnnnny friends:-)

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Recap

For this Summit, I had some goals.

  1. Meet many Local Guides friends.
  2. Discuss how we gather a lot of Local Guides in countryside.
  3. Drink coffee with them in SF.

Thanks to many new friends, I have definitely achieve these goals!

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I think that Local Guides has big possibility and versatility because we can use it to support people who are in trouble, and improve countryside's problems.

I hope a lot of people attend to Local Guides also in Japan.

 

Awesome Local Guides people in all of the world, see you all!

Thank you!

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Re: My recap of the Local Guides Summit 2017

Hi, @FazeelUsmani

Thank you for reading!

My camera RICOH Theta S. (And I want Theta V as well) ;-)

 

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Re: My recap of the Local Guides Summit 2017

@HiroyukiTakisawa, I love Tesora! I hope you bought coffee beans back with you. = )

 

Cheers,

Karen

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Re: My recap of the Local Guides Summit 2017

@AnnaBcn, I am happy that you enjoyed Philz's Mint Mojito and would order it again. Their baristas are the best!

 

Their Mochas are very good. Their most popular coffee bean is Tesora, medium roast goodness in a cup.

 

Cheers,

Karen

 


AnnaBcn wrote:

In fact @KarenVChin, I was surprised. I actually liked the mint mojito coffee, although it was too sweet for me (but at Philz that's not a problem so you can ask them to adjust the sweetness). I wouldn't consider it a coffee in the absolute sense of the term, but a nice fresh drink for the summer. 

 

I enjoyed the Mocha Tesora (I'm a huge fan of cocoa and dark chocolate) :D

 

Cheers

 

Anna


 

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Re: My recap of the Local Guides Summit 2017

@AlejandraMaría, I know you @HiroyukiTakisawa @AnnaBcn @IrenaS were all skeptical about having mint, especially mint leaves, in your coffee. = ) So happy to read you enjoyed. 

 

More history on the man called Philz.

 

There are a few local popular  Spainish restaurants in SF that we should try next time. I would love to get your opinion to see if any of them are authentic as I was taking @ermest around the Old Italian area called North Beach for his opinion.

 

Cheers,

Karen