Marroad Inn Kumagaya
Travel Blogs from Kumagaya
... salad (no sauce, only olive oil, salt and vinegar).
Snack a cup of basic yoghurt (no sugar or some other additives, just basic model yoghurt).
200-250 grams baked (grilled) fish and salad. When you are chaotic to
cook, than purchase a can of tuna in brine, be mindful to shop for
fillet tuna, not tuna chunks.
night time boil 5 spoons of rice with seasonings and salt. Put it inside
of a box or smaller ...
... is famous for its pounds managing
properties. Jambula dissolves the surplus fats and gets them properly
used during the overall body. Consider four leaves within the jambula
plant and soak them inside of a glass of h2o overnight. Within the
morning, discard the leaves and drink the water on an empty tummy. If
you do that every day, then you definately will find a constructive
reduction as part of your fat in about three months ...
... that contains more than 100 becqerels per litre -- for adults, up to 300 is safe. The level that had everyone in a frenzy was recorded as being a bit over 200, if I recall correctly. But according to an article I read, that standard is for consumption over a period of six months, meaning that if things went back to normal, it really wouldn't have any effect at all.
That's another thing that's been skewing the coverage both here and overseas, ...
... so I took a million zoom shots of plum blossoms with sunlight shining through them. This year, I've added a very wide aperture to my arsenal in the quest for the perfect picture of plum blossoms.
But really, plum blossoms are always beautiful to me, and they smell like nothing else on earth. I still can't think of a better way to describe their scent as what I came up with five years ago: surprisingly fruity and achingly sweet.
... forgo using that for the last couple of weeks.
Watching the news is getting harder and harder. There are shortages of everything up north, be it of food, water or gas. I'm hoping there will be a clothing drive, because I have things to donate, and it's still cold enough to snow in some of the hardest-hit areas. For the moment, I've donated to the Japanese Red Cross (through the convenience store, of course!), and if you can, I'd urge you to do so as well.