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In the Mountans of Haiti [A Poem: in English and Spanish]

In the Mountains of Haiti (In the City) –July is a hot month–sweating Poverty out on every street (In Port de Prince); mixing Memory with desire causes stirring. Not much rain in Haiti (in 1986); Summer kept us busy, building A medical clinic, in the mountains…. (In the Mountains) –A …

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Exploring the Magical Cities

About Guadalajara and Miami Stunning architecture, affluent culture and charming greenery are some of the features of the Mexican city nicknamed “The Pearl of the West”, Guadalajara. The city is often dubbed as the cultural center of Mexico and is thought to be the home of Mariachi music. The beautiful …

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Palermo Uncovered – Things to See & Do in Palermo, Sicily

Like the country itself, the people of Sicily burst with color, passion and vitality, welcoming visitors to their spectacular island with a warmth that is infectious. As the capital of Sicily, Palermo concentrates all this wonderful enthusiasm and provides a getaway for holiday-makers that is unforgettable. Although parts of it …

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Dubai Hotels Accommodations – The Holiday Destination Dubai

Dubai is such a dynamic city. In the past five years, it has transformed tremendously. With the number of real estate projects going on, the face of the city has changed. Not only was Burj Al Arab an iconic structure, The Palm island has further placed Dubai on the world …

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How Did Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Originate?

Ask any non-native Latin American what Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is and the answer would refer to it being a MMA combat sport which focuses on specifically on self-defense through grappling and ground fighting. Its roots firmly established in Japanese martial art-form known as Kadokan Judo that was widely practiced during …

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Sights and Attractions of San Jose, Costa Rica

San Jose is the seat of the Costa Rican political government. It is also the center of the country's commercial and cultural life. It is located at the heart of the Gran Area Metropolitana (or GAM) in the highland of the Central Valley of Costa Rica. Around it is magnificent …

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Costa Rica – Music, Dance and Nightlife

Music in Costa Rica is music to dance to. From Salsa to Chamber music there's something for everyone. Live bands play at different clubs everywhere a rural area. Salsa, Jazz, Rock, Tango, Tex-Mex, and Calypso are all on the venue at different nightspots in Costa Rica. If you are staying …

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Lisbon's Praca De Dom Pedro and Convento Do Carmo

Praca de Dom Pedro IV The lovely square called Praça de Dom Pedro IV or, more commonly, Rossio is easy to spot with its black and white blocks arranged in wave patterns. For centuries, it has been one of the most popular squares in Lisbon and the center of much …

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How to Learn The Past Tense in Spanish – Learning The Spanish Preterit Tense

If you want to learn the past tense in Spanish or if you want to learn the Spanish preterit tense, this is a lesson that you must read. The Past Tense that is called: Pretérito Indefinido or Pretérito Perfecto Simple (PPS), is a tense used to tell things that have …

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The Dali Mustache

Salvador Dali is the world famous and greatest of surrealist painters. Smart, sharp and brilliant, he was the Artist of the artists. His moustache said a lot about him: Dali was a genius of originality and authenticity. He was highly imaginative, and had a great eagerness for having an unusual …

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