An Argentine who lives in Spain explains the Spanish customs she has applied to her life since she moved: “It’s not cheap”

An Argentine who lives in Spain explains the Spanish customs she has applied to her life since she moved: “It’s not cheap”
An Argentine who lives in Spain explains the Spanish customs she has applied to her life since she moved: “It’s not cheap”

Video uploaded to TikTok by @agosmenendez (TIKTOK.COM)

Social networks have become a window to the world for those who venture to leave their borders and live an experience abroad. Through TikTok, many people share with their followers the aspects that surprise them most about everyday life in another country. @agosmenendez She is an Argentine girl who lives in Spain, she has more than 600,000 likes on her videos and she wanted to share on this occasion what customs she has adopted from the Spanish since she has lived in our country.

The first thing he wanted to highlight is the custom of recycle. Agos is very surprised by how people have different bins for each of the materials and, furthermore, “the fact that they have containers where they explain everything to you.” It motivates me to do it.”. For her it is a pleasure to contribute to a better planet and she has not hesitated to also have each type of bag in her house.

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Regarding the gastronomic aspect, Argentina has completely blended in with Spain and is “addicted” to eating potato omelette: “I always do it and with onion”. However, she regrets that it tends to be mostly from the supermarket since there is “no one to make it homemade for me.” In the same way, he has also become accustomed to having dinner much later than in his country: “In Argentina I had dinner at 8 or 9. And here I have dinner from 10:30 p.m. or until 11:00 p.m.″.

On the other hand, he has also become accustomed to cooking with olive oil And in his country, although he also had it, he always used sunflower oil for his meals. However, since he is in Spain “I make it with olive oil, which is delicious and healthy.” And although prices have risen quite a bit: “It’s not cheap but it’s good.”

Another of the aspects that surprised him the most after starting to live here was the culture that exists around the coffee shops. Many people come both to have a good breakfast of toast with juice and coffee, and to simply drink the latter: “Here I go to a cafeteria just for a coffee. Because here they have quite the habit of going for a coffee for 10 minutes and leaving. “I have never gone to a coffee shop just for a coffee in my life.”

In some comments on the video, a conversation has been formed regarding recycling in Spain. There are those who defend this act as something necessary to take care of our planet and those who compare the situation with that of other European countries. In Denmark, Belgium, Norway It is common for there to be a small payment to encourage recycling; However, in our country it has become a custom over the years without any type of payment.

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