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08 August 2010 @ 02:08 pm
PHOTOSHIGENIC 034  


PhotoShigenic 034

Shige has just come back from his abroad trip.
We suggested this month's polaroid to be about his trip too, when his friend lost his phone by the Sagrada Familia and Shige tried to call this lost phone with his own.
It seems that the lost phone was brought at the reception of the Sagrada Familia so when Shige called a voice answered saying that "The phone is here" in Spanish.
And there, Shige's smart answer...he succeded in saying only two easy words: "I go...".
He had to repeat it 2-3 times.
Weak with the ad-lib? Was it lack of experience?
Whichever it is, congratulations for Spain's public order!!



(It was found!!

-Tanning- -Sagrada Familia-

"...I...goo~.")

 

They use to say "Food in London is not good". I think I already talked about this, btw for 8 days in the end of June I went to London and Spain. It was my first time in Europe and there were many things I couldn't understand so before the trip I gathered many informations from my friends who already went there, everybody told me that in London the food isn't very good. Oi oi! Don't give me bad news before my departure!
Honestly I was a little scared to go to London. The first things I've tried were the famous Roastbeef and Fish&Chips...Eh? Aren't they just normal? Not so different from Japanese ones? Aren't they rather good? Surely there are a lot of junk food with lot of calories but they're delicious. Maybe until 10 years ago it could be considered bad but now the way of eating is way more international. The breakfast the next day was good too. When I went back to Japan I went to an English restaurant to compare the two kitchens, they were pretty the same. This was because I wanted to take off the legend of London's bad food. Hey you, apologize to London!!

They use to say "Spanish public order is bad". Since the main trip was in Spain I was scared by this information too. They say there are a lot of robbers. I've been told: "Don't leave your phone over the table!" or "Always keep with yourself money and passport!". I went to Barcellona thinking again "Stop giving me negative informations!". When I was lost I was helped and showed around by Spanish people using simple English...eh? While we were walking my friend has the zip of his sack opened and a Spanish guy behind us asked worried "It's open! Check out! Did somebody steal from you?" ...Eee? Aren't those very nice people? As it was also written on the introduction, my friend got back his lost phone too... And not only this, I lost my phone there too. It fell inside the taxi in front of the hotel while we were going to the beach. I was really depressed but the next morning a man from the near check-out brought it back to me saying: "Isn't this yours?". What!!! It seemed that the driver remembered that a Japanese boy was staying in a near hotel and he brought it back there. Too kind!  ...Yes, of course. When I went back home I saw my friends who told me the bad things and told them "Spanish people are even more kind than you!". Hey you, apologize to Spain!!

 

 


 
 
 
spilledmilk25spilledmilk25 on August 10th, 2010 01:25 pm (UTC)
You're welcome!