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· May, 2014

Stories about Travel from May, 2014

Cuesta de Miranda, Argentina

  29 May 2014

Laura Schneider shares [es] on Viajes y Relatos her visit to Cuesta de Miranda [Miranda Slope; es] in La Rioja, province of Argentina. The word “slope” already makes me think of cliffs and corniches, so without a doubt I tried the road. The worst case scenario was me coming back....

Eleven Places to Visit in Argentina

  20 May 2014

Laura Schneider posts [es] on Viajes y Relatos the 11 places she considers as highly recommendable to visit in Argentina. Out of the 11, we copy this one as a sample: Ushuaia and Toulhin: And now that we are in Patagonia, we can't left aside the most Southern city in...

Hong Kong: On Urinating on the Street

  9 May 2014

To engage with the social debate triggered by a toddler's wee and poo, Evan Fowler urinated in a public street and explored the meaning of civilization in his writing at the House News.

It's Not Easy Being Black in Cuba

  6 May 2014

The worst news for black and mixed-race Cubans is that there are no independent legal institutions that protect them in the face of government neglect. Iván's File Cabinet reports that non-whites are still marginalized in Cuba.

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