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Korean Girls Try Mexican Soda For The First Time!
Just when that whole YouTube trend of sampling foods from different cultures was losing its sparkle to me, Digitalsoju TV had to go ahead and introduce Korean girls to Jarritos. I've been wanting to write a card about Jarritos for a while now, as it's one of those Mexican sodas that are an essential part of the culture of Mexican cuisine. Sure, you can talk about Baja California seafood or the delicious carnes of central Mexico's ranching region, but what would that deliciousness be without a cold, fizzy Jarritos on the side? If you don't know Jarritos, it's an incredibly popular Mexican soda brand that's made with cane sugar and comes in a variety of flavors, including strawberry, guava, pineapple, and tamarind. In this video, the girls end up sampling the pineapple, grapefruit, mango, and guava flavors, but how does Jarritos translate in the Land of the Morning Calm? Let's look! Like any good soda, the first thing they notice is it's full of sugar. And then they all realize they're obsessed with the guava one. My favorite was the homegirl going too hard on the grapefruit. This one had her ranking all figured out. Does it match yours? Overall, these girls all agreed that Jarritos was delicious - and would be even more delicious mixed with a little vodka! You can check out their FULL commentary - plus their opinion on Squirt! - in the embedded video above. And then let me know: What's YOUR favorite Mexican soda flavor? And if you haven't tried Jarritos before, which flavor would YOU want to try? @bangtanboysfan1 @AnnahiZaragoza @fabiola12fb @abiersack666 @YeseniaLira @DianaKpop58 @reyestiny93 @AdaliaMartinez @exokpop12385 @michellefuentes @perlaaraujo73 @jessicacruz1480 @DulceOjeda @giselacampos14 @wuyifanslover @nevershoutnancy @mirandazamira @jooheony @YeseniaF @SunnyV @IlseJimenez @KpopGaby @NelyJoss @aabxo @aliciasalinas @ThyaremyCreator @Cuetlatchli @Sunflower18 @purplem00n23 @jannatd93 @Luci546 @ALEXCAMACHO @TehDL @buddyesd @JocelynPacheco @SarahRegulski @MyAffairWith @FelipeZambrano @LindaGuandique @KassyGuz96 @XDLP @alywoah @FelipeZambrano
Barcelona, Catalunya - The Return
One thing you need to keep in mind when you are travelling to Barcelona. People in here does not consider themselves as Spanish, they prefer to call themselves the Catalunyan. They have their own language, and so on. (For Catalunya, there are 3 capital Barcelona is the biggest one, then Lleida, and then Girona) Since the city located next to the beach, so it would be really pleasure to travel here during the summer time (Well for me, Barcelona is always great to travel to in anytime of the year). What is Barcelona famous for? Hmm Football ofcourse, they have one of the best football club in Europe. One hint, You SHOULDNOT wear Real Mardird jersey when you travel here. They are also famous for their layback lifestyle. What you can do in Barcelona? Swimming, drinking, clubbing, hiking, climbing, sky-diving, you, name it, they have all it there. Also one thing i would like to mention is you would see a lot of marjuanna dealers here, so if you do not want to invlove in thoses, just walked away. What can you eat in this city? Spanish cuisine is way too delicous !! (At the moment i did feel drooling myselfves here while writing this artcile, I just missed the food so much :( ) . The bread with tomato sauce, the jammon, (Spanish ham) , the tapas, Sangria, the bread, the nail, so on and so forth . YOu should ask the local, where is the good reasturant for Tapas, and they are willing to show you. Remember, try to get away all the tourist spot in La Rambla . Food in there is expensive and not even good. What to see? The famous church, Sagrada Família, ofcoruse. It is still in the process of completing the church (on 2020, when it is finnished, it would be the biggest church in the world :). A lot more things to see, you could find all those information when you get there. And yeah, if you want to see the works of Salvador Dalí, you could hop in the train, go to the another city which is 1.30 hours away from Barcelona. What the name of that city? I do not remember, Google yourself, will you? ;D Last but not least, TAKE CARE OF YOUR OWN BAGS AND BELONGINGS. Barcelona is name as the theives capital of EUrope.
The Friends You Make During Service Projects
If I can give you one piece of advice that will change your life completely it would be to sign up for a service project, and do it solo. There is just something about thrusting yourself into a totally new environment with complete strangers that helps you form the most amazing friendships. A few summers ago I signed up for a 5 week volunteer/adventure trip to Costa Rica. To this day it has been the most amazing, life changing, happiest 5 weeks of my life. And if I could go back to being on that bus with 40 of my closet friends, I would. Spending time with anyone in a totally foreign place forces you to rely on the people you are with. Who cares if you only met them yesterday, you got the craziest email from your friend from home and need to gossip about it with someone. Everyone is on the trip to have a great time and make new friends, so it will not be weird for you to sit right down next to someone on the bus and start talking about anything. I am usually extremely loud and like to have fun, so within the first 5 minutes at the airport terminal I had my bus group; girls who are also loud, funny and trying to party on our days off. After a few days more people began to gravitate towards us and soon even the most shy in the group became comfortable with everyone. If you have a friend with you from home, it is harder to branch out and make these lasting friendships. You feel like you have to always be with them, pay attention to them and tell your secrets only to them. While traveling with a friend is awesome, service trips are better done alone. This gets you out of your comfort zone and really helps you focus on the mission (and the people) at hand. Rather then worry if your friend is having a good time or if they don't like some of the people you enjoy, you get to sit where you want, joke with who you want, and put all your energy into making lasting friendships with the amazing people you get to meet. Service trips usually thrust you into living conditions you are not accustom too, which means you all are about to get very personal very fast. We had to sleep with bug nets, kill crazy crab looking spiders and even smash a scorpion with one of our shoes. But we also had to work though each others panic attacks, help each other if one of us got to drunk, cheer someone up if they were homesick, and talk about bodily functions weren't just unavoidable, they were also hilarious. Being embarrassed and ashamed is a waste of time when everyone is going though the same culture shock as you are. Lean on your new friends as support. After the first week of living with them, you might even feel closer to them then your friends at home. Which is good because leaving them will hurt...a lot. I don't even want to think about how we all had to say good bye to each other in the airport, but friendships made on service trips last a lifetime. If you can travel together you can do pretty much anything, and when you see them again after however long, things will go right back to how they were as if no time has past. So do a service trip solo, and you will come back from it with so many strong friendships then you could ever have dream of.