Couldn't find the fish sauce in the "fish sauce" aisle because the labels weren't in English.
I asked an Asian guy for help because I moved out of his way and he said "thank you", which made me realize he spoke English and could help me.
I asked him where to find lime juice. He had trouble finding it because the lime juice was written in Spanish as "Limon juice", which he thought were lemons but actually limon is Spanish for lime.
They had all kinds of meats there... Goat, these funky-looking anchovies, and stuff I didn't even know what it was because it wasn't written in English.
I ordered some Korean food from the deli. When I got it, it was on a plate and I said I wanted it "to go", then I remembered Asians don't do that (right?), but they had carry-out boxes (very few) and the guy and this woman helped me. She asked me, "Two orders?" I thought she said, "Who ordered?" I said me, then just "Yes." (When you don't know, just say yes.)
I almost got my own food plus somebody else's food. So they had accidentally boxed up somebody else's food and after sliding it off of a plate and into a box, had to then slide it out of the box and back onto a plate. A couple of Asian teenagers' food. They laughed about it too.
When I got home, the food smelled good, except it had a 3-inch hair in it. I did the Buddhist thing, removed the hair, and kept eating until I was full.
Also, what is the difference between coconut juice, coconut water, coconut milk, and coconut syrup?
The best things in life aren't things.