Monthly Archives: June 2015

Big anti-austerity demonstration, 4 October, Manchester, England

Originally posted on Dear Kitty. Some blog:
This video from London, England says about itself: On the 20th of June 2015 an estimated 250 000 people marched through the streets of London, protesting against austerity. The march started at the…

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Brazilian pianist Ricardo de Castro Monteiro performs suspended in the air at São Paulo festival.

Originally posted on AMAZUNA BLOG:
Ricardo de Castro Monteiro stunned the crowd at São Paulo’s Virada Cultural event when he played his piano hanging above spectators, and was then joined by dancing acrobat Sandra Miyazawa who danced above him as he…

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The new market for base stations and small cells in Brazil

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It won’t rain on our parade

Originally posted on The Travelling Aquaholic:
My grandma always used to say “a little rain never hurt anyone”. And she was right. As a matter of fact, in Rio a little rain actually makes the party a whole lot better.…

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A blue cover weighed down by green water….

Originally posted on mere musings from Mere:
I remember my Aunty Ella without legs. I know she had legs; nothing else could make her so tall, an imposing figure, but my earliest memories, at all, are of Aunty Ella: Aunty…

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Brazil: Itatiaia National Park

Originally posted on Kevin's Walk on the Wild Side:
https://vimeo.com/131023458 https://vimeo.com/130896726

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Video: Haoma

Originally posted on Vox Populi:
Haoma is the Avestan name of a plant and its divinity, both of which play a role in Zoroastrian doctrine and in later Persian culture and mythology. Directed by Matthieu Deltour, Melissa Lafon, Elodie Legros, and…

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100 years and more to come 

Originally posted on Sobre o Samba:
Next year samba as we know it today turns 100 years. It is believed that in 1916 the first samba composition was recorded. It was called?Pelo telefone and written?by Brazilian artist Donga.? Definitely, roots…

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Travel lesson #16

Originally posted on It's Me and a Big World…:
Taken at melaka, malaysia Give some space for shifting.. ~ blueismycolour

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Monkeys, leafy streets and an unlikely name. A tribute to Botafogo.

Originally posted on Are we there yet?:
At 7 o’clock AM, punctual as the council tax bill or the Gol planes noisily gliding towards Santos Dumont airport, they arrived. A small family of marmosets – gray-ish fur, long tail, inquisitive…

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