Yes. Although I'm sure Japan is quite chilly actually. Their ocean is still cold this time of year so they can't be warm like Pilipinas
So you go from Toronto weather to a foreign country with MOAR Toronto weather to super hot and sticky!
Apr 30th, 2014 6:39 pm
Apr 30th, 2014 6:52 pm
yes sticky and exhausting, i constantly need to drink buko juice while traveling in manila.
Apr 30th, 2014 7:32 pm
It depends on the language. I use proper, non-American English, as is supposed to be used here in Canada, and in English the spelling is "Columbia", as seen also in the spelling of British Columbia and Columbus. Check BBC's sports coverage if you don't believe me.Esteban Pirazo wrote: ↑FYI, it's Colombia, not Columbia,... Colombian, not Columbian .... and it's cerveza, not cervesa
http://www.cnn.com/2013/02/20/world/ame ... -columbia/
unfortunately you were a victim of a tourist trap... which we can find anywhere in the world; just go to Al Mac's Buffet in Niagara Falls to see a good Canadian version of a tourist trap
back to topic: raining but at least this will help the trees bloom!!
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Apr 30th, 2014 9:36 pm
http://www.bbc.co.uk/search/?q=colombiaTornado F2 wrote: ↑It depends on the language. I use proper, non-American English, as is supposed to be used here in Canada, and in English the spelling is "Columbia", as seen also in the spelling of British Columbia and Columbus. Check BBC's sports coverage if you don't believe me.
If I was writing in Spanish I would use the Spanish spelling. If writing French I would use French spelling. Accepting foreign spellings is one of the reasons why the standard of spelling here in Canada and elsewhere is declining so quickly. I particularly hate the American mis-spellings that slipped into our newspapers decades ago when they started using US spell-checking software.
It's fine to use foreign language spellings when approriate and obvious - as I did with cervezas - but anywhere else I'd consider it a sign of illiteracy or ignorance. We need to stick with long-accepted standard spellings, or continue the decline.
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May 1st, 2014 7:08 am
I had some weird thing made with corn and chicken. I eat 2 meals a day I never eat 3 meals a day, not even in Canada.
Lol that would have been a good match and I think I even saw them on the shelf at Metro store, but didn't want them
May 1st, 2014 7:42 am
But there are a LOT more entries on the BBC website with ColOmbia than ColUmbia.
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