Noticia de EspañaAfroCuba

Los banqueros de España pasan trabajo y despues son acusados injustamente por los muertos de hambre.

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Noticias Televisa

                           La Princesa Mexicana Dulce María Espinoza saviñón es muy buena persona y es culta y muy decente y cién por cien acuifera  y vegetarina.




  SuMajestad Es decente y muy buena en su País todos la obedcen y a dado la orde de arrestar a la gente que maten los animales y también a las matan a las personas y aquelos mentirosos todo a aquel que no cumplas con las ordenes de la princesa ira para la carcel esta contra la prostitución y las drogas y contras las bebidad alcolicas

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Noticias Internacionales

Photo by Satori Photography

Photo by Satori Photography

We hope Vagabond, the travel theme launched yesterday, inspires the nomad in you. To fuel the wanderlust even more, get blissfully lost in the words and images on the blogs below. From narrative writing on place and culture to photographs of the places on your bucket list, we think you’ll find something you like from this sampling of writers, wanderers, and photographers who explore the world.

The Squeaky Robot

The Squeaky Robot

The “travel blog” niche is broad — your idea of a great travel blog could be a guidebook-like resource of cities and countries, a site of personal essays and diary entries on living abroad, or something else. We love the variety of posts at The Squeaky Robot; the blogger doesn’t just write about travel, but also muses on the connections we make and finding her place in the world.

You’ll find evocative photographs, like this shot from Mongolia and a colorful photo essay of a Holi festival, and longer pieces weaving commentary and personal thoughts on place, like “The New Beat,” which describes her time in San Francisco, Seattle, Eugene, and Portland.

The Squeaky Robot also showcases Duet, a versatile premium theme. We especially like the two-column formatting of her longer posts, which resembles the pages of a glossy magazine, and the Image Format option for her single photo posts, which show off the landscapes she roams.
Road Essays

I knew I was lost when I found myself surrounded by dozens of newly made coffins. They were piled against the walls: adult size, child size, baby size and all smelling of freshly sawn timber. Addis Ababa’s merkato is a huge sprawling city within a city; a market so vast that no one seems to be sure where it exactly begins or ends . . .

That’s the opening line of a recent post on Addis Ababa by Jessica, the freelance travel writer at Road Essays. Here, you won’t find posts of the “top ten hotspots to drink a cocktail” variety: she digs deep and crafts thoughtful narrative nonfiction and scene-driven essays. Consider pieces like “Unearthing Beirut” and a succinct yet sensory post on the aural chaos of Cairo. If you’re a fan of longform and immersive travel writing, dive in.
Plus Ultra

Plus Ultra

In the 16th century, the personal motto of a young Charles V, the future king of Spain, was plus ultra, or to “go further beyond.” James, the Hong Kong-based travel writer, adopted this phrase for his own blog, continuing this spirit of exploration. On Plus Ultra, you’ll discover posts on China, Taiwan, Japan, and more — take a peek at his recent post on Macau, which combines history, food, culture, and photography with his own detailed account of the place.

James uses the Linen theme’s front page slider to showcase featured posts, and has an elegant custom header and matching background, reminiscent of a dusty, old explorer’s map.
More travel blogs on

Quite Alone: Matthew Teller, a professional travel writer, pens thorough and honest posts on travel, the travel industry, and the Middle East in particular.
On the Luce: Lucy, a freelance writer, editor, and designer, covers travel around the UK and throughout Europe. “This is grown up backpacking with a touch of luxury,” she writes on her About page, “with proper beds, the occasional internal flight, and a decent glass of wine.”
Third Eye Mom: The writer, mother, and social good advocate at Third Eye Mom views the world with a “third eye” — with an open heart and mind.
Soulshine Traveler: Meghan, a banker-turned-international volunteer, left the corporate world to travel.
The Adventures of DR: Dan, a former geologist, caught a severe case of wanderlust and now explores and photographs his way through life:

Photo by The Adventures of DR

Crisis en Islandia se nesecitas ayudar de forma gratuita y no sabes como ponte en conctacto en www. una ong del gobiernos español

Si usted esta viendo las noticias de EspañAfroCuba

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La Princesa de México es Humana y humilde y culta y romántica y muy humana quiere a los animale y juega con ello no es carnibora es hija de la Diosa de la Madre de la naturaleza.

Ella si que es  católica dice este diario.

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La Virgen de Dulce María es la Patrona de la humanidad y protectora de lo animales es humilde y cariñosa es humana es educada y es muy culta y romántica es humilde

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Las Noticias de la ONG

Bancaja es un Organismo de España que necesita que les apoyen como puedan

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