Amid violent protests, Catalans have appealed for their independence from an evil, centralized European bureaucracy and an end to straight bananas. Holding banners depicting Nigel Farage in a Barcelona strip, the protesters chanted for a return to English as the national language, imperial measurements and roast beef with paella. 166 more words
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August is coming to an end, do you know what that means? It’s time to grab some friends and head to the Ex! Every year you can go to the Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) and expect unique foods, plane shows, pop-up rides, and local finds at the hobby building! 511 more words
Outside Queen Elizabeth Hospital, we walk along the side of the road toward a collection of minibuses parked outside the Red Cross stop.
Elizabeth, my field worker, exchanges a few words in Chichewa with the mini-bus attendants, and we quickly shuffle into the minibus designated South on the M1 towards Manasi. 1,051 more words
There are thousands of acres of tea estates in Southern and Eastern Malawi, 50 and 120 km away from where we live in Blantyre. As we travel South even 30 minutes, I can see the drastic transformation in the landscape from dirt and dead brown grass to densely clustered, verdant tea bushes. 610 more words
This first full week at work has been one where many administrative tasks had to be done before my study could be officially initiated. At MLW (Malawi-Liverpool-Welcome Trust), this translates into a lot of one-on-one sit down meetings with the departments for orientation and acquiring a physical signature on a sheet of paper. 512 more words