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Brazil’s Gold Mine: A Visit to Minas Gerais

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Originally posted on ALL SET CONCIERGE:
? ? Long before Google had every inch of the globe mapped and scaled online, I was assigned to an exchange program in a small Brazilian town called “Ouro Branco”. Eager to learn more…

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Arepas Revisited, with Input from Edinburgh and The Pleasant Peasant

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Originally posted on Glover Gardens Cookbook:
It Started with Breakfast Club Arepas are a traditional bread from the native tribes of Venezuela that resembles both pita (in shape) and fried cornbread (in texture).  I learned about them from a colleague…

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nature seen through color and light effects…

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Originally posted on Paul Militaru:
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MCM Manchester Comic Con 2017

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Originally posted on Thestrals' Books:
Today is a bumper edition, as I will be making TWO posts, to make up for the lack of a post on Saturday. This, the first one, is all about Comic Con over the weekend.…

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Globalization, National Identity, and Beer

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Originally posted on Georgetown University CLAS Blog:
One of the biggest debates happening in Brazil right now is whether the country needs to take steps to further open its economy to world trade and reduce barriers to doing business. Members…

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2017 Fevereiro

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Originally posted on Foto Mundo:
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How Brazil Does Winter: A Visit to Campos do Jordão

Originally posted on ALL SET CONCIERGE:
I’m sure the title fooled you. Trust me – when my colleagues in São Paulo showed me the itinerary for my recent VIP trip, I was a bit confused when I saw the words…

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Brazilian Drumming

Originally posted on Oxbridge Academic Programs:
Not content with academic growth and fulfilment, our students took a stab at learning the fine art of Brazilian drumming!

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Ilhabela – a little paradise next to Sao Paulo

Originally posted on Thinking Globally & Living Locally:
Okay, so I am officially in love. With Brasil that is. My 3 total weeks of life spent there between the last 2 visits have totally sold me. Now don’t get me wrong, the…

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Manchester Terror Attacks: Thoughts about the aftermath and where to from here

Originally posted on The Travelling Criminologist:
My family is from Manchester. I lived there, and I absolutely love it there. I am shocked and saddened by the attacks in Manchester, particularly aimed at young people. My least favourite university assignment for…

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