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Photo: clairejim FOR HUMAN BEINGS, the beginning of spring means longer days and warmer weather. For the animal kingdom, it’s that amorous time of the year — mating season.
WHAT EXPAT DOES NOT WANT TO BLEND IN? Being mistaken for one of the natives in a country where you are only an expat is one of the highest compliments you can receive.
EVERYONE WANTS AN AWESOME DATE to go to the prom with and both Jacob Lescenski, and is best friend, Anthony Martinez, two Las Vegas, Nevada high school students, will have just that on prom night.
Hacé clic para leer este artículo en Español. Tambien podés darnos un “me gusta” en Facebook! 1. Mole poblano Photo: austin tx Mole poblano is Mexico’s most famous, and tastiest mole.
Photo: spDuchamp FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO AREN’T FAMILIAR, Japanese people like to get naked and take baths together…in public.
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Photo: Matt Barber Make education the top priority. At age four, start teaching your kids to count to one hundred, do basic arithmetic, and memorize the multiplication table.
Photo: OiMax 1. Peeing to the sound of a babbling brook Some Japanese toilets have so many buttons and gadgets that you almost expect to be launched off into space while sitting on the throne.
Photo: Ben BrodyGroundTruth Project Qais Akbar Omar says he appreciates his life in the United States, which has given him shelter, an education and a certain amount of fame.
Photo: Juanedc The number of Spanish people who go to church keeps decreasing, and more and more the population defines itself as agnostic or atheist, but religion is still winning in one important part of life in Spain: language.
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Photo: Juanedc 1. Being surprised to see children at bars Everything in Spain operates on a slightly later schedule than in America.
Photo: Gabriel GM 1. You keep wandering around aimlessly in the streets in search of a kebab place that serves you döner after midnight that’s just half as good as Babam’s at Blaha.
Photo: Roving Eye 365 1. We never lose our comic side when we are losing heavily. It all too easy to leave the stadium when you’re getting drummed 4-0 by a better team, but it takes real comedic talent to turn the experience into a great day out.
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Follow Matador on Vimeo Follow Matador on YouTube Unless you can make your office job look this exciting, then it’s time to go traveling.
SEATTLE and its surrounding regions offer up so much to the visitor, and endless possibilities for the Instagrammer.
Photo: kc7fys 1. There’s a bus smack in the middle of a six-way controlled intersection. You’ve been trying to turn left onto Nguyễn Hữu Cảnh for about 15 minutes.
I’VE NEVER TOTALLY UNDERSTOOD why New York is known as “the Big Apple.” Why an apple? There’s nothing particularly apple-y about New York.