How to survive in south and far east asia as a vegan/vegetarian: Japan: Pretty tough. Fruits and veggies are crazy expensive, only affordable options are udon, katsu-udon but have to fish out some seafood from it, tempura, and foreign restaurants which cost at least twice as much as local ones. The only cheap supermarket is called “super tamade” where they sell lots of pre-cooked vegetarian options, and of course sushi, tempura, salads, at around 100…"Living in Asia as a vegetarian 1"
When you need to go you need to go, that’s a fact, so today I bring you a list of practical excuses for those times when heading all the way to the toilet is just not an option. 1_ It’s too cold outside: Have you ever been to -45 degrees? No? Me neither. But I have a friend from Russia that has, and he told me it’s too cold out there and he…"16 Reasons to pee in a bottle"
Come to think about it, most memories I have are associated with some music. My first recollection of music was when I was 12 or 13 years old, some bands that played on some radio somewhere, Nek, El Simbolo, Los Autenticos Decadentes, Aqua, Fey, Toy Box and that was it. Some years latter, got my hands on an old walkman, and 3 cassettes: Hayashibara Megumi, Ska-P and Blink 182, this was back in Rosario, I…"Music"
#1. No cops bugging me: Sick and tired in Japan and some European countries that the cops will just stop you for no good reason on the street and ask to see an ID. #2. No ticket controllers: No need to hide, no need to be paranoid all the time, no need to carry fake ID or run for it when you see them. Because on Seoul’s subways and buses, there are no ticket controllers.…"8 reasons why south korea is my favourite country"
Have you noticed how, if you speak more than 2 languages, your personality is quite different depending on the language you are using? And you can find yourself playing a handful of different characters during the day depending on the language. In my case, my personality will change something like this: Spanish: even though it’s my native language I found it utterly difficult to express myself in Spanish. So my personality is usually very shy and…"personality traits"