Mm.. Tea... love it. Love different kinds of it, especially green with a touch of lemon or mint tea. I dislike black tea a little just 'cause it's too bitter for me if I don't put any sugar.
I do not like the human race. I don’t like their heads. I don’t like their faces. I don’t like their feet. I don’t like their conversations. I don’t like their hairdos. I don’t like their automobiles. I don’t like their dogs or their cats or their roses.
— Charles Bukowski
I probably said it a dozen times in this thread, but Japanese tea is just so great. I am still drinking some apple black tea which I bought there on my last trip. (I rationed it out). It was cheap tea from a cheap store...and it's so lovely. Actually, I also have a little left of the Champagne Rose black tea I also bought there. AMAZING (more expensive than the apple tea.)
There are so many reasons I'd love to go to Japan again but I want to go even just to stock up on tea - and I live in England where the tea is pretty darn good!! Maybe I can get my friend who lives there to send me a care package...
I just had cheapish apple, cinnamon mixed with cheapish black tea with milk and cookie.
PS:I hear Japan is where INFJ's are made.
Japan is an INFJ wonderland in many many ways. My INFJ BF lives there (she's Canadian, married a Japanese guy). I think in a lot of ways it suits her no end, but she finds it challenging too. I think it is a culture where people will always be very nice and polite but often it's hard to "get in" (ie. if you're a foreigner you tend to be an outsider). She has found some good friends, though (both Japanese and foreigners). She has said she couldn't possibly live in London, where I live - too tough and cold and stressful. On the other hand, I think London is a super-diverse and accepting city, and I wouldn't find that in the same way in Japan.