miércoles, 14 de agosto de 2013


Can you believe that 10.758 kilometers away from home one of the hardest things on us was breakfast?! Well, it is true. On the other side of the world, where obviously everything is so different, breakfast was no exception. So in Japan (and afterwards in China) we had to get used to the heavy breakfasts. It was new to me because I hate breakfasts and rarely have them while I’m at home, but you know what they say, “when in Rome do as the Romans do”… The day we went to the Fish Market, the biggest in the world and a well-known market for its early fish actions, was the most difficult. Not much food option to start-off the day followed by fish and seafood sightseeing it’s not a good mix. Believe me! 

Hey, but don’t get me wrong, I’m not complaining. The early heavy breakfast, in a typical place near the market, full of locals that got in and out without saying a word and after having eat a tall bowl full of udon in only 10 minutes and the visit to the market were a lot of fun and two new perfect experiences (sociologically speaking) that allowed us to see how the Japaneses are incredible people; so respectful, so organized, such hard workers. Truly, one of a kind!

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