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... narrative only compounds itself as you read the political and economic implosion of country after country after country. Sadly, the primary themes that seem to emerge around African history are not the most optimistic ones:
White Flight/Economic Degradation: Following independence, hundreds of thousands of white colonists fled their regimes, packing up everything, from economic investments to advanced skills, and taking it back ...
... we checked out our room we were back out looking for somewhere to eat. We walked down to the prudential centre, just past Copley square and found the Cheesecake Factory. I had chicken enchiladas, Emmy had pasta carbonara and Tina had a Cobb salad the size of a mountain! Of course we had cheesecake for dessert which was a huge slice but delicious. Not a lot to the blog today but tomorrow we will be doing the trolley tour of Boston, Cambridge, Harvard and Fenway ...
... We heard about the British and Bostonians and the revolution along with the declaration of Independence and how small Boston was in the early days and how they took fill from a very tall hill to fill in the river to extend the city and much more. The high rise buildings are quite different in architecture , but very enjoyable against ...
... week at a cultural proficiency seminar with Primary Source. I soon learned that the organization would be running a study tour to Peru. Machu Picchu! Why hadn't I ever considered this remarkable destination?
I started with some simple research regarding the itinerary. Lima, Cusco, Machu Pichu, the Pisac Market- all of the history I had somewhat neglected to present to my students over the past few years was suddenly at my finger tips.
... and get a good meal for our last night. But first we visited New Haven briefly and had a good lunch at a local Indian restaurant. It had a cool college vibe and the food was delicious. Nan bread...yummy! Dodging raindrops on our way back to the car, we saw what Dave said was the birthplace of the modern hamburger in the US--Louis Lunch. Sadly we were already stuffed from Indian buffet and so kept on walking! Getting into Boston was a mess with the rain and the ...
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