My so called life*

*better known as silly random stuff

FoodHighs: Hakkasan, June 2016

Supreme dim sum platter.



I have always loved puzzles and I always will. I loved them in all shapes and forms, on my own, with friends, easy, cheesy and extremely difficult. Falling in love with escape games felt right, like this organic connection you feel when you meet someone and you think  you are going to be friends forever. Like it was meant to be.

My first experience was last February, and I have played around 50 games since then, all around the world. So I am going to try to write little reviews, mostly so I can remember if anyone asks six months down the road.

About evolution in organizations

Change is never easy. And changing an organization is even more difficult due to the size, the complexity and the self-interest of the individuals that belong to it. But difficult does not mean impossible, and some are proving it already.

Here is some kick-ass inspiration:

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Mi madre nació en una isla, así que estoy acostumbrada a volar desde pequeña. Los aviones me gustan, pero lo que me conquista son los aeropuertos. Me hago pequeñita en un rincón, observo a la gente y me imagino sus historias. A veces incluso las escribo. He pasado muchas horas de mi vida en aeropuertos y no todos los recuerdos que tengo son buenos, pero tengo muchos. Y la vida es eso, una colección de pequeños recuerdos.

FoodHighs: Lakasa, septiembre 2015

Cecina de Astorga.


Can you make me some pancakes real quick?

Sobre Corea del Norte.

La serie de artículos escrita por Berta Herrero en El Mundo. Y la novela gráfica de Guy Delisle: Pyongyang: A Journey in North Korea.



If everyone minded their own business, the world would go round a deal faster than it does (Lewis Carroll)

My 5 places to eat in 2105

  1. Zuberoa (Donostia).
  2. Azurmendi (Bilbao).
  3. Lakasa (Madrid).
  4. Grace (Chicago).
  5. Sacha (Madrid).

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