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costureras, df

September’s Shake

Among all the events that happened during last month’s earthquake in Mexico City, one of the stories that hurt me the most was a building that collapsed with dozens of textile workers in the downtown area. After a few days of the events, rescue teams had “officially” found 21 bodies, out of which only five […]

volaris compra online

Cobros “Opcionales” en Volaris

En este post voy a explicar algunos trucos que utiliza Volaris para cobrar hasta 20% más en gastos opciones a sus clientes. Es importante aclarar que los diseños de página y flujo están en constante cambio, por lo que los ejemplos indicados debajo pueden variar. Lo importante es tener identificados los puntos clave para hacernos […]

dgt, autoescuela, palomero

Karma is a Bitch

So, I’m finally issuing my driver’s license in Spain, there will be a dedicated post for this soon. In the meantime, it turns out I did my theory exam this morning and results should be published on the Traffic Department’s website like, now. However it seems my karma isn’t done with me yet (I drove a […]

chai, tea

Café Coffee

Chai means tea in several languages. Its origin appears to be mandarin although that’s irrelevant for the point I want to make: To say or order a Tea Chai, as I just realized people in Monterrey do, is redundant. #sundaythoughts

living in india

Infrastructure & Innovation

Today’s image is about a very particular telephone pole: To build, just stick a bamboo on the ground: And voilà: That’s called innovation!

Starbucks Mumbai

Security Checks in India

As per historic terrorists events in India  security has increased over the years. Measures have brought though , if figures are real, positive results. However for an average western it could still be a bit shocking to see security checks in normal day to day activities, like when you go… To the supermarket To the […]

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