Boulevard St Michel
Boulevard St Michel
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Transportation in La Paz is quite varied. There are taxis, radio taxis, trufis, minibuses, and micros. Taxis & radio taxis will take you where you want. The only difference is you can call radio taxis to a specific place by phone (hence, radio) and are marked by a plastic banner... " more
Monstruo de mil cabezas ¿Hacia dónde apuntan tus ojos? Sino al quimérico horizonte Que aplasta tu sombra De vil mastodonte... " more
I have never been to Haiti. I know little about Haiti except for what I’ve read. The people of Haiti are, in the end, the primary source of a solution to that country’s problems. Those that pontificate from their comfortable, first-world confines about problems in other countries are nothing more... " more
I am sitting in, of all places, at an internet cafe in a rather large and highly american-looking shopping mall on the quasi-suburban outskirts of santiago. my shoulders are as close to sunburned as my skin could ever be, i'm listening to the 80's soft rock being blasted through the... " more
In homage to the city I call home on its patron saint's day - Ave, São Sebastião!
Maybe it's the circles I run in. Maybe it's the circles all of us English-language bloggers run in. Certainly it's my workplace firewall. But I never come across real flogs. As in foto-blogs. And it's strange, because they're huge here in Brazil (one comment I saw said that serious photobloggers are far outnumbered by young Brazilians with digicams posting snaps of their parties, their amigos, or their navels (and other miscellaneous body parts).
I thought that page 16 in today's O Globo was a fine slice of daily life here in Rio de Janeiro. Every article moved me in some way. " more
art and culture | by Michael Darragh | December 20, 2003 at 08:35 PM | comments (69) | trackback (0)
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