Okinawa. I like this atmosphere.
>Chimera’s moment of birth
It looks kinda like a kasa jizo lol
Lerch-san is such a popular person!!
I want to go and play in Niigata again.
I will buy Lerch-san goods!
[T/N: Lerch-san: Based off of Theodor Edler von Lerch, who introduced skiing to Niigata in the early 1910s.]
>We’re going on a school trip to America next March, and when I asked senpai, who went there, they said that it gets cold.
How many clothes will be fine if I go?
The South can get quite warm, but the North will still be in the cold season.
It’s handy to bring long sleeved t-shirts, a front opening parka, etc.
>Are the details of American Hetalia goods and Japanese Hetalia goods different…?
They’re fairly different.
Japan → Cute designs, more pastel colours.
America → Cool and eye-catching. There’s some variety.
>Speaking of the African battlefront, Rommel, who was known as “the Desert Fox” for his phenomenal efforts was there!
He said to the unsuccessful Italian army that he appreciated their efforts… he’s so cool!
I also really like Rommel!
According to the great man, Italy wasn’t reliable. Africa wasn’t viewed as important, so they weren’t getting sufficient weapons and goods from the German homeland.
And yet, it’s amazing that they fought it out that much with the limited strength of the Afrika Korps.
I think he’s a gentleman, since he came to the rescue, having acted while thinking about the dignity of the Italian army which continued a losing fight.
The stoic Bernard Montgomery of the British army,
the mad George S Patton of the American army,
and then the gentleman Erwin Rommel of the German army;
the trends of African battlefront generals are amusing.
>I’m going on a long overseas trip during summer break,
and in order to acclimate, I’ll be going to a nearby country first.
Do you have any countries you’d recommend?
In Taiwan, the food is yummy, traffic is maintained, and there are a lot of places to take photos.
And it’s nice that anything you eat really tastes good and is cheap!
It kinda hurt.
Hong Kong is also lively, and it’s nice that the food was yummy as expected.
The subway is cool too. It’s easy to travel to tourist spots for the first time, but I recommend it.
>Hima, do you like Dragon Quest?
Yes. When I was little, I played it with the neighbourhood kids.
I liked Dragon Quest 5 the most.
After that, Street Fighter II, Art of Fighting, Samurai Shodown, Fatal Fury, King of Fighters…
I spent my youth on fighting games until now…
YunYang are very strong. Super Hong Kong People Fighter 4.
>You occasionally put up photos on your blog, and the quality is very pretty
What camera do you use?
Thank you. I enjoy taking photos!
I use a Canon EOS50D. It’s almost the power of the 50D.
But because the EOS50D is heavy, it’s breaking my neck.
But looking at this fried shrimp, I still think the 50D is lighter.
[T/N: the link doesn’t work, but googling the number in the link leads to a Sigma 200-500 zoom lens, so I’m sure he’s referring to this, since it does resemble a fried shrimp.]