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Wheatley Students Continue to Enjoy Time in Peru!

Emily and Dustin provided the following update on the student trip to Peru:

Yesterday, in Cuzco, we went to an Incan Museum where we saw artifacts found around the area.

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Students

But Where is the Rose of Yesterday?

Quatrain 9

“You say, each day a thousand roses brings
Yes, but where is the Rose of Yesterday?
And the Summer month that first brings forth the Rose… 361 more words

English

Iberian and Latin American Studies receive Learning and Teaching Award

Many congratulations to staff in Iberian and Latin American Studies, who as a teaching team received a Faculty Learning and Teaching Award this month. The award recognized IBLAS’s applied awareness of the diversity and plurality of the geo-political spaces that staff research, which manifests itself notably in the week-long series of events and activities that make up Iberian and Latin American Week. 159 more words

News

Cheap and cheerful ventures

My life here has hit the pause button or maybe just the slow motion button, unfortunately I can’t seem to find the ‘where’s the adventure, give me something new button.’ Luckily I don’t have long to wait, in a couple of days we’ll be in June and that’s when life gets a little wild. 768 more words

Travel

Socorro, New Mexico (GA87)

Mary is no longer available for RV traveling, but we remain good friends.
Because we have 4,000+ postings, I’ve invited her to continue posting entries on this blog.
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Juan Ruiz De Apodaca 1814 Spanish Royal Order Decreto Fernando Vii Matanzas Cuba

Juan Ruiz De Apodaca 1814 Spanish Royal Order Decreto Fernando Vii Matanzas Cuba
1814 REAL ORDENdesde CADIZ REYNADO De ESPAÑA Written & Signed Firmado Por Don Ruiz De Apodaca Gobernador De Cuba Governor203 YEAR OLD AUTHENTIC ORIGINAL ROYAL SPANISH DECREE In SUPERB CONDITION AS SHOWN… SEE LARGE IMAGES FOR OWN EVALUATION JUAN RUIZ De APODACAImages For Don Juan Ruiz De Apodaca – Report ImagesJuan Ruiz De Apodaca, 1st Count Of Venadito – Wikipedia, The …en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Juan_Ruiz_de_Apodaca,_1st_Count_of_Venadito‎Juan José Ruiz De Apodaca Y Eliza Gastón De Iriarte López De Letona Y Lasqueti (Spanish: Juan Ruiz De Apodaca, Primer Conde De Venadito) (February 3, …Juan Ruiz De Apodaca – Wikipedia, La Enciclopedia Librees.wikipedia.org/wiki/Juan_Ruiz_de_Apodaca‎Translate This PageJuan José Ruiz De Apodaca (Cádiz, 3 De Febrero De 1754 – Madrid, 11 De Enero De1835), I Conde Del Venadito, Fue Un Marino, Militar Y Gobernador Colonial …‎Carrera Militar Y Política – ‎Virrey De La Nueva España – ‎Jefe Político Superior De …Biografía De Juan Ruiz De Apodaca – Quién Es, Información, Datos …www.buscabiografias.com/…/Juan%20Ruiz%20de%20…‎Translate This PageBiografía Resumida, Vida De Juan Ruiz De Apodaca Conde Del Venadito Político Español Nació El 3 De Febrero De 1754 En Cádiz. 337 more words

Collectibles

Arroz Negro

When life gives you squid ink, make arroz negro – that’s the proverb. Well, really, in this case, it was ‘when life gives you squid ink, make squid ink linguine, then leave the rest of the ink in the fridge for a while, think about what you’re going to do with it, forget it’s in the fridge, let a few days lapse, remember you still have the squid ink, spend an afternoon at work procrastinating and thinking about recipes, and then make arroz negro.’ 257 more words

Seafood