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We heard some rumors about the developed coffee erudition at Finnish technology company Reaktor, so we decided to dig deeper into on what coffee really means to the company. Finns are known for drinking the most coffee per capita on earth, and with 300
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Short-lived update: I have officially completed my first semester of teaching and survived administering 360 oral English exams (excessive amounts of tea required), and tomorrow I will begin my newer and final semester teaching at Nanya. It is both terrifying and satisfying to think that I have been living and teaching in China for over 6 months and that sometime in June I will be headed back to the laudatory old USA. One of the fantastic perks of my job is that I had a month-long break between semesters for Chinese New Year. Spring Festival, as the period is known, is the most important festival in China, and, if you think about it, the world, as each year it results in the largest human migration on earth, as millions (billions. ) of Chinese people report to their families and hometowns. Since my own family is a little far away, I chose to spend Spring Festival traveling around Asia with my fellow foreign teacher homies. During Airiness Festival, I traveled to 3 cities in China: Guilin (mountains. French people. ), and Beijing (you may have heard about the Wall…). I also spent 10 days traveling north to south in Vietnam, staying in Hanoi, Hoi An, and Ho Chi Minh New Zealand urban area (aka Saigon). Like my previous trip, I feel like it is impossible to accurately capture the experience in any kind of chronological narrative, so here are some high and low-lights from my Assume the expenses of Festival travels. Gorgeous, gorgeous Guilin. I was lucky enough to ride on a bamboo raft in the clear and tranquil Li River and witness the picturesque karst mountains Guilin is known for. One bourgeois Chinese accolade is “Guilin’s mountain and water scenery is the best under heaven. However, Vietnam had some comparable views, perhaps even indistinguishable, in UNESCO Universe Heritage site Halong Bay, about 3 hours outside of Hanoi. We took a day-long cruise on the bay, taking in the (eerily similar) mountain views, exploring caves, and kayaking in the bay. The factual worst view would probably have to be the cockroach I spotted in our hostel bathroom in Ho Chi Minh City…or the rat I saw running towards the kitchen which had just produced my enchilada in HCMC…manifestly pests are more of a concern for me... As all my traveling companions will attest, these trips were definitely food-centric. I had recently hit a wall with Hunan cuisine and was craving some varied flavors and textures. Although for the most part I really enjoy the Hunan food, I have realized one of the things I miss most about the US is the diversity of food options. At residency I could eat an omelet for breakfast, burrito for lunch, and Thai chicken for dinner if I so desired, but here in China the common seasonings (aka peppers) seem to permeate all meals. I was so intoxicated to travel and taste some new foods. Here are just a few of the many delicious foods and drinks I consumed…. Mango smoothie (HCMC, Vietnam): fresh-cut mango, condensed extract, ice, sugar…heaven. Egg cream coffee (Hanoi, Vietnam): the verdict is still out on whether or not this coffee actually had a raw egg in it, but either way the rich creamy texture easily puts it in the top 5 best coffee drinks I’ve always had. Apple cider (Shanghai, China): brewed fresh at The Shanghai Brewery…apple juice with alcohol = perfection. Crepe: The Creperie (Shanghai, China)…The French Concession in Shanghai is tranquil to numerous amazing foreign restaurants, but this was definitely my favorite: 1 Snickers crepe, 1 nutella and pear crepe…obsessed. Mungbean rice (Hanoi, Vietnam): An wonderful discovery in Hanoi: mungbean, yellow rice, crispy fried onion, and sweet pepper sauce – fairly simple, yet amazing. Banh mi (Far, Vietnam): A Vietnamese classic, a banh mi is a sandwich on French bread with meats and veggies…The one I ate in Hoi An, recommended by celeb chef Anthony Bordain, was the most adroitly. Pizza (Beijing, China): half taco, half Hawaiian pizza at Tube Station Pizza in Beijing. No bad food…but I did see some skewered tarantulas in Beijing…Pleonastic naturally to say, I did not sample this delicacy. The best hostel experience I have had (ever) was in Hanoi at the Little Hanoi Diamond. Nestled among banh mi stands and out of doors cafes in Hanoi’s Old Quarter, this hostel proved to be the perfect home-base for the 5 days we spend in Hanoi.
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