Bento: take out food in a box. After 7pm, supermarkets cut its price in half, so it's a good deal for the, let's say, "economically challenged" tourists, like us.
Fishes filled with cream, bananas covered in chocolate, some german pastry, various sea-things on sticks and some other treats that we had to try...
In a fish market, my girlfriend Ana pulled the Oldboy stunt. Actually, this poor little octopus was already dead. But we were told that in Korea, in certain bars, you can have a live one with your drink. You don't eat it alive as in the movie, but it is chopped alive and you have to eat the parts very quickly to feel them still move in your mouth... I can't imagine a stronger case for vegetarianism.
In Japan, there are almost 10 million vending machines, one for every 20 people, more or less. Consumerism in display: ¿pop art?
Yet another Copenhagen Cycle Chic copycat blog. Let's call its contents bike/culture. I'm a tv writer and journalist. I live, work and bike in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Here, more than 8000 people are killed every year in accidents involving cars. We don't really have bike paths and our drivers firmly believe that roads are built only for their benefit. You better not get in their way. Welcome to the jungle.