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Shop Hop’s Spring and Summer Buenos Aires Fashion Trends

Article by Sophie Lloyd, of Shop Hop.

Spring is finally in the air in Buenos Aires. The trees are turning green, the people are coming out from hibernation and the city is starting to feel alive again with that fun, summer buzz that we all know and

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Bay Windows. San Francisco.

Beautiful in San Francisco

The light is different in San Francisco. It’s cloudy, and yet so bright that you can’t open your eyes completely.  It’s a blue light, and the architecture is painted in pastel.  The beauty and functionality of public transportation

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Rainy Week in Rio de Janeiro Christo the Redeemer

Rio de Janeiro 2014? Everyone’s Doing It.

I can’t stop dreaming about Rio de Janeiro!  With the World Cup and the Olympics being hosted there in 2014, I think this magical city on everyone’s mind.  More exciting than the sporting events – the next <a href="http://conferences.ted.com/TEDGlobal2014/

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Stone Fruit and Berry Pie with Wide Lattice Recipe

Stone Fruit and Berry Pie Recipe

Pies are my favorite thing to bake.  Pie is so underrated, and only eaten at Thanksgiving, but if we lived in a better world, pie would get more respect.  I strive to create that world, one pie at a time.

This pie was for Friendsgiving

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Pescado con Verduras

Old Friends Dining At Cluny

Where does the time go?  It seems like just yesterday that I was celebrating Meghan’s 25th birthday.  We had an asado at Lenny’s house and it was the first time I tried provoleta.  Those were the days we hung out with Colombian musicians

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Bird In the Sky, Bainbridge Island

Man is a Bird without Wings

I believe it was Louis de Bernier who once wrote that man is a bird without wings, and a bird is a man without sorrow.

The quote offers no comfort to mankind, being left wingless and sorrowful, grounded on earth and teased by fantasies of lighthearted

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Drinking Mate in the Campo San Antonio del Areco

The Search for Playadito

By Vivi Rathbone.

“At the temple there is a poem called “Loss” carved into the stone. It has three words, but the poet has scratched them out. You cannot read loss, only feel it.”
― Arthur GoldenMemoirs of a Geisha

I woke up with a swollen cheek.  My tooth was throbbing.  As I had plans to have it pulled at 19:30, I resisted sending a text message to my dentist for fear of taking advantage of his sympathy, or making him regret sharing his personal

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Buenos Aires in January, A Secret Best Kept from the Argentines

I love Buenos Aires every month, but the summer vacation onda of January makes for thirty-one days of pleasure and delight.

January in Buenos Aires is a secret bliss, and a Yanqui’s paradise.  The city is hot and breezy, with the longest sunny days

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