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Twelve Feather Dancers and a Virgin

December 12 was a big day in Oaxaca. First of all, it was Virgin of Guadalupe Day – the day marking the appearance of the Virgin Mary to indigenous peasant Juan Diego in 1531, a huge deal in this state of 16 different indigenous groups. 1,234 more words

Living Abroad

[World Cup Review] South Korea's Road to Glory Ends in Failure

I am aware that nobody really talks about the 2014 Brazil World Cup anymore and that winter is not really the appropriate time to talk about World Cup which is usually held in summer under the glazing sun. 469 more words

My Sports

The Innocent Industry genesis...

I’m a biker, a BMXer, a skater, a traveller, a drinker, a survivalist, a designer, an artist.

And now, I’m a custom bike builder.

Starting in Tokyo, Japan. 8 more words

Smashed by a snow storm

It had been eight years since Chus and I had seen each other and by the time we arrived to Capileira, one of a series of small white villages on the south-west side of the Sierra Nevada in Spain, we’d been hanging out in Sevilla and Granada for about five days. 1,216 more words


Parellada : Unsung hero

Ah, the unsung hero, or at least, my unsung hero. I was first drawn to the Parellada because it came, just as San Valentin wines do, with a miniature Cupid angel dangling from the neck of the bottle. 130 more words