Lisbon: Julia
Hello! My name is Julia. Im 12 years old.
So, I was born on the island of Terceira, Azores, but i live in Lisbon since I was 2 months old. The reason i was born in the Azores is because most of my family is from there so my parents wanted me to be born there.

The thing is, i live with my parents but they are separated.
I don't have many hobbies but I love music! Everybody in my family is a musician, singer, song writer so ... i love to write songs, sing and play the piano.
I mostly watch movies at home, eating candy and those sort of things. (hahah)!

Lisbon: Rita


My name's Rita, I'm 12 years old and I'm Portuguese. I live in Lisbon with my parents, my older sister and my dog.

In my free times, I like playing with my dog, going to the cinema, rollerskating, watching TV and playing the piano. I have piano lessons every Thursdays.

I prefer watching films at the cinema, but sometimes I don't mind watching them at home, because it's more practical.

I love animation and adventure films. My favorite ones are INSIDE OUT, ZOOTOPIA and FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM.

When I grow up, I would like to be lawyer or photographer.


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