Differences between northern spain (galicia) and uk.
the sweet bread. *gag* you just can't put marmite on it because that would be criminal to the taste buds. but however, most people buy fresh bread everyday or have it delivered! which is not sweet. so its okay.
the driving is terrible, they don't know how to indicate or use roundabouts properly.
nearly everything is nasty companies like nestle and cocacola, the drinks, the chocolate, the babyfood, cereals... theres a lack of choice. and no cadburys. *sob* cheddar cheese is rare and expensive.
the clothes are expensive especially baby clothes. i don't appreciate paying 12euros for 2 vests/onesies when i can get 7 for £5 in the uk!!! rent however is very very cheap
they don't appreciate art/photography. if they do they're american galicians. handmade means nothing to them generally.
the routine peircing of baby girls. nooooooooooooooooooooooooooo.
they're really behind in the times when it comes to children, rear facing, washable nappies, breastfeeding, weaning times - these things are just not up to date with the uk. people smack kids like theres no tomorrow. babies are dressed up all the time... bonnets, booties, wool coats etc in the winter. hats and matching outfits in the summer. shoes. always always shoes! they don't like anything out of the ordinary, like slings! children should be in prams with 4 blankets and a hat and a raincover. not much less than that in the summer too. i've actually been sworn at for having my daughter in a sling.
probably more that i'll think of as soon as i post this.