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Mexico City Quake

Today’s temblor comes on the anniversary of the 1985 quake of 8.0:

“The 1985 Mexico City earthquake struck in the early morning of 19 September at 07:17:50 (CST) with a moment magnitude of 8.0 and a Mercalli intensity of IX (Violent). 104 more words

South Of The Border

Why You Should Visit Cities After Natural Disasters

You watch the news and see stories about natural disasters all the time. Right now I’m watching people I know post from Key West, talking about the destruction caused there by Hurricane Irma. 817 more words

Travel

South of the border, in the Guadalupe Valley, a paella festival worth traveling for

You can’t imagine what it’s like to be standing in a Baja California vineyard, under shady oak trees, inhaling the tantalizing scent of 100 immense paellas being cooked over wood fires. 33 more words

A Paella Festival Worth Traveling For

South of the border, in the Guadalupe Valley, a paella festival worth traveling for

You can’t imagine what it’s like to be standing in a Baja California vineyard, under shady oak trees, inhaling the tantalizing scent of 100 immense paellas being cooked over wood fires. 33 more words

A Paella Festival Worth Traveling For

Eating garbage in Venezuela

“‘Then true hunger crept into where I lived. People started digging through the trash at all hours, pulling out vegetable peelings and soggy pizza crusts and eating them on the spot. 125 more words

Blogosphere

Venezuela rewards soldiers with toilet paper

“Soldiers were pictured shaking hands with a superior, who handed them a package that included toilet paper, toothpaste, and sanitary wipes.

“The soldiers were likely grateful to receive the packages given Venezuela’s total economic collapse that has led to  35 more words

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Unusual Roadside Attractions

Sometimes we stop to see unusual roadside attractions as we wander around America.

What kind of unusual attractions have you seen in your travels? 92 more words

Tourist Attractions