Archive for 24 enero 2008



enero 24, 2008





Celebración India en Montreal

enero 20, 2008

En la catedral que os enseñé ayer, vimos esta ceremonia. Creo que eran indios, pero no lo sé seguro.

In the cathedral I showed you yesterday we say this celebration. I think they were from India, but I´m not sure!



To Yohei, because he doesn´t know this song!!!!

enero 19, 2008

Some things in life are bad They can really make you mad Other things just make you swear and curse. When you’re chewing on life’s gristle Don’t grumble, give a whistle And this’ll help things turn out for the best… And…always look on the bright side of life… Always look on the light side of life… If life seems jolly rotten There’s something you’ve forgotten And that’s to laugh and smile and dance and sing. When you’re feeling in the dumps Don’t be silly chumps Just purse your lips and whistle – that’s the thing. And…always look on the bright side of life… Always look on the light side of life… For life is quite absurd And death’s the final word You must always face the curtain with a bow. Forget about your sin – give the audience a grin Enjoy it – it’s your last chance anyhow. So always look on the bright side of death Just before you draw your terminal breath Life’s a piece of shit When you look at it Life’s a laugh and death’s a joke, it’s true. You’ll see it’s all a show Keep ‘em laughing as you go Just remember that the last laugh is on you. And always look on the bright side of life… Always look on the right side of life… (Come on guys, cheer up!) Always look on the bright side of life… Always look on the bright side of life… (Worse things happen at sea, you know.) Always look on the bright side of life… (I mean – what have you got to lose?) (You know, you come from nothing – you’re going back to nothing. What have you lost? Nothing!) Always look on the right side of life…¨


Desde Japón… From Japan…

enero 16, 2008

… he recibido una carta!! De esas que ya nadie escribe!!! Con una postal japonesa para felicitar el Año Nuevo. Se llama れんがじょう (rengayoo). El significado de lo que dice mejor lo dejamos para cuando termine el curso de japonés, o para otra vida…

… I got a lovely letter!! Nobody writes letters by hand now, but I have one!! With a japanese postcard to celebrate New Year. It is called れんがじょう (rengayoo). The meaning of what is written, maybe when I finish the japanese course, or maybe for another life…

En la carta también venía un talismán. Este en concreto, es para que me proteja de la salud, porque como siempre me estoy poniendo mala… Me ha encantado, hoy he estado todo el día happy!!

In the letter there was also a talisman. This one, is to protect my health, as I always get cold. I really like it, I´ve been happy all day!!

 Buenas noches! 



Me he portado bien… I was a good girl this year…

enero 10, 2008

… y me han traído un ゆかた!! (yukata) Como vienen de oriente…

 … and I got a ゆかた!! (yukata) As Wise Kings come from orient ¿orient? is this right??


Todavía espero otro regalo desde Japón 😉

I´m waiting for another present coming from Japan 😉


FELIZ 2008!!!

enero 2, 2008

Feliz año nuevo a todos!!! El 2007 se va como el mejor año de mi vida. Es extraño, cada nochevieja pienso lo mismo. Todos los años superan al anterior. Y en este 2007, el viaje a Canadá ha sido de lo mejor. Pero ya miro a 2008 con algún que otro viaje en mente… quizás Japón (ojalá!!), quizás Moscú, quizás Estambul…

Vaya a donde vaya, os lo contaré en Mi planetarium. De momento, me quedan muchas fotos de Canadá, vídeos y anécdotas, que retomaré en cuanto pasen estas fechas.

De momento, escojo las dos mejores fotos, según mi opinión, del blog de este año. La primera, por supuesto, Toronto desde el ferry que va a Toronto Island. IM – PRE – SIO – NAN – TE. También recuerdo la hoja de té del día que cenamos con las chicas de Singapur. Hwein Ling me dijo que en Japón si la hoja de té se queda en vertical, significa buena suerte.

Buena suerte a todos, y que 2008 sea mejor incluso que el 2007!!

Buenas noches 😉

Happy New Year!!! 2007 has been the best year in my life. Every New Year´s Eve I think the same. This year was the best. And every New Year is always better than the one before!! In 2007 the experience in Canada was the best. But I´m thinking in the future, in 2008, I have some trips in mind… maybe Japan (I hope!), maybe Moscow, maybe Istanbul…

Wherever I go, I will tell you in Mi planetarium. In the meanwhile, I have a lot of photos from Canada, and videos and anecdotes, that I will go on writing about as soon as this long Christmas are gone.

I choose the best two photos of the year, in my opinion. The first one, of course, is Toronto from the ferry that goes to Toronto Island. Is AMAZING!!! I also remember the day that we went to have dinner with the girls from Singapore. I remember that Hwein Ling told me that in Japan if the tea leaf stays up, it means good luck.

Good luck to everybody, and I hope 2008 is even better than the great 2007!!!

Good night 😉