Month: Oct 2019

Global attitudes

Self-importance in the UK As part of this blog, it is my goal to explore global thoughts, opinions, and importance. Where shall I start but the beginning for me. The UK has many different views on many different things, some… Read More ›

Global attitudes

Self-importance in the UK As part of this blog, it is my goal to explore global thoughts, opinions, and importance. Where shall I start but the beginning for me. The UK has many different views on many different things, some… Read More ›

UPDATE: Typhoon 19

There will be no posts today. Nabari is at caution level 4 for flooding. I am prepairing just encase evacuation is called. Stay safe everyone. Very quickly, large parts of Japan are under emergency warning:

The calm before the storm

A strange day The Japanese are known for having many cultural rules and procedures that they often ignore when convenient- and living in Japan I know this quite well. One of the more known rules is the request for silence… Read More ›

Review: Sports depo

The reason I have no money Sports depo is a sports shop which sells any thing and everything relating to sports. This includes sports wear for men, women and children; shoes- from trainers to football boots, caps, underwear, engraved football… Read More ›

Opinion: the subtle insult

The Japanese will never say it, implications are a different matter It’s late and I’m just waiting for the train back from work and being slightly lazy, I bought a healthy bento from a convenience store. I may have had… Read More ›

Vending machines, a return

Coca Cola: is it as healthy as you don’t expect? How does the giant of the drink World compare to smaller vending machine companies? Let’s have a look…. The first thing to note is its’ size, there are only 15… Read More ›

Health food in Japan

The world of extreams I have talked about buying protein in Japan very recently, but what I have not yet mentioned is suppliemts, more specifically added vitamins and minerals. If you were to go to a convience store and go… Read More ›