Tag Archives: Spain

Rachel Tension

emailFacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestTumblrStumbleUponDiggRedditRegardless of whether or not a nation or people think they have racial tension within their borders or society, they do. Many nations (and people) will say that they don’t have problems of race, but rather problems of culture, or foreigners or socio-economic status. However this is far from true and racism exists on so… Read full post.

Nibble Nibble Here, Nibble Nibble There

emailFacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestTumblrStumbleUponDiggRedditA strange local phenomenon: Czech people eat in public all the time. Not just normal eat-on-the-go types of foods like gyros, ice cream or pizza. You see them at tram and metro stops nibbling on peices of bread. Not French bread, or croissants, or even decent healthy-looking bread. It’s always the cheap, nasty Czech bread… Read full post.

A New Woman

emailFacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestTumblrStumbleUponDiggRedditMost people after they move into a new flat and area will explore and wander around to get their bearings. What did I do? I went and got tattooed. Twice. It was a bit nervewracking, going to get inked on a public transportation system I have but a fragile grasp of. But I did it… Read full post.

La Comunidad

emailFacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestTumblrStumbleUponDiggRedditIf ever there were an accurate portrait of Spain, La Comunidad is it. Did you ever see “The ‘Burbs”? Well, this is the Spanish version but far more accurate. Nosy neighbors, nice only to bide the time whilst they wile away your demise to get what they want from your remains. The unveiled hatred of… Read full post.