Of course there is the supermarket around the corner, where you can find most basic things you need, but sometimes it's fun to take on something different. Like the asian supermarkets. I like going there. They feel a bit like you're in a different country, you (well, at least I can't) read the labels. You see things you don't know. And there are so many things to try out.
I had a moment like this last week. I was in The Hague to experience the Chinese New Year's Celebration there in China town. It was fun (see photo below).
|Chinese New Year's Celebration The Hague (The Netherlands) 2012|
But of course I had to go shopping in the supermarket. I went to a few, but bought most at Wah Nam Hong (they also have a huge market near Amsterdam, I found out).
|1. Soda drinks (I think, I tasted one years ago in Taiwan I recognized the bottle). 2. Noodles. 3. All kinds of cookies. 4. My boughts.|
- Tenka-ichi ban rice crackers
- Shelly Senbei Rice crackers
- Nissin demae ramen (curry and shoyu flavour).
- Udon Noodles
- Tapioca pearls
- Japanese style Green Tea Mochi
Enjoy Friday! I will have a snow white one, when I look out of my window ^_ ^. And you?