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Ruins of Ingapirca

Had an outing with Cuencabestours to check out Ecuador’s most significant Cañari & Inca ruins near the town of Ingapirca. The Cañari were the people who lived at the site for hundreds? 220 more words

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Le Canari: El especial sobre César Manrique, ahora online

La edición especial de Le Canari sobre César Manrique ya está disponible online

Prólogo: “En los viajes la cultura se nos brinda de una manera fácil y natural, pero hay un fenómeno que tenemos la obligación de difundir que es sencillamente enseñar a VER ya que el hombre tiene una infinita capacidad de adaptación y de información, para que pueda sentir el enorme gozo del análisis en la totalidad de las cosas y no pasarse la vida mirando sin enterarse por no saber ver”. 260 more words

Lanzarote

Le Canari, la revista que viaja al corazón de Lanzarote

  • Le Canari es uno de los proyectos de emprendimiento que integran el Hub de Industrias Creativas y Turismo Cultural El Almacén, el nuevo vivero de empresas impulsado por el Cabildo de Lanzarote.

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Just mount a bicycle

  • 1. VISION QUEST, PACTIMO
  • 2. BIKE HELMET, BELL
  • 3. BIKE SHOES, SHIMANO
  • 4. CROSS BRACELET
  • 5. ARM WARMERS, ASICS
  • 6. SUNGLASSES , UNIONBAY
  • 7. BIKE TIGHTS, CANARI…
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Trinidad and Tobago civil society ready to tackle climate change in 2017

 

Five civil society organisations (CSOs) in Trinidad and Tobago are starting 2017 ready to tackle climate change through raising awareness, advocating for strong policies and action, and implementing practical adaptation projects guided by assessments of what are the key vulnerabilities and priorities for resilience building. 536 more words

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Found this interesting article sourced via Caribbean Climate through Caribbean News Now, which highlights climate change initiatives for 2017. Hope you enjoy.

Not Quite Inca, Yet Very Inca-Like

Are the indigenous peoples of Ecuador Incas? Well, yes and no.

Although the tale of Juan Pizarro’s conquest of the Incas is set partly in Ecuador—Atahualpa, “the” Inca ruled from Quito and was engaged in a civil war with Huáscar, his half brother in Cusco—the peoples of Ecuador were mostly conquered by the Incas. 241 more words

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