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Swimming with Baboons, or Can You Still See Elephants in Africa?

To find out the answer, you’ll have to read on. LOGISTICS It’s always good to start with something boring, then come back with the more interesting stuff. Short summary: Southern Africa is a very long way away from San Diego. … Continue reading

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Huffington Post: The Trip Bernie Sanders, the Socialist, Should Take, Part 2

The word “Cuba” is said to be derived from the Taino language word “cubao” one of whose meanings is “where fertile land is abundant” . And it looks like there’s plenty of fertile land. And yet, we had been told … Continue reading

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