No había manera de hacerte comprender que así no llegarías nunca a nada, que había cosas que eran demasiado tarde y otras que eran demasiado pronto, y estabas siempre tan al borde de la desesperación en el centro mismo de la alegría y del desenfado, había tanta niebla en tu corazón desconcertado.

boyexemplified:

The best Ninja Warrior winner was that short Japanese fisherman who was like 40 and nearly won twice.

(Source: shirtp)

ailmadrid:

Some more Spanish humor, with a popular Spanish joke.

ailmadrid:

Some more Spanish humor, with a popular Spanish joke.

ailmadrid:

In the past weeks we’ve been learning different Spanish expressions, now it’s time to continue. This time we have expressions with food.
We all know that Spanish food is tremendously good and they can’t stop continuing talking about it but with different meanings. Check it out!!Do you have similar onces in your native language?

ailmadrid:

In the past weeks we’ve been learning different Spanish expressions, now it’s time to continue. This time we have expressions with food.

We all know that Spanish food is tremendously good and they can’t stop continuing talking about it but with different meanings. Check it out!!Do you have similar onces in your native language?

dudeiminargentina:

A temple in Fulong (福隆), Taiwan.

dudeiminargentina:

A temple in Fulong (福隆), Taiwan.

bewareofmpreg:

undo (1994), dir. shunji iwai

bewareofmpreg:

undo (1994), dir. shunji iwai

breathtakingdestinations:

Manhattan Bridge - New York City - New York - USA (von Alfredi)

breathtakingdestinations:

Manhattan Bridge - New York City - New York - USA (von Alfredi)

celestexoo:

"The humble pintxo."
A typical bar snack (for lack of a better description) found in the Basque Country, Spain. Acting on the recommendation of my Spanish flatmate, a proper local, we stepped into a cozy little bar in Bilbao and found these cute little things. My favourite’s the cheesy one with crab meat (txangurro, pronounced chan-gu-rro); I’m southeast Asian, so anything with seafood wins my vote by default.
A must try!

celestexoo:

"The humble pintxo."

A typical bar snack (for lack of a better description) found in the Basque Country, Spain. Acting on the recommendation of my Spanish flatmate, a proper local, we stepped into a cozy little bar in Bilbao and found these cute little things. My favourite’s the cheesy one with crab meat (txangurro, pronounced chan-gu-rro); I’m southeast Asian, so anything with seafood wins my vote by default.

A must try!