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nuriaintoronto

nuriaintoronto

I'm a journalist. I'm attending a course of English as a Second Language at Ryerson University of Toronto (CanadaI. While I'm here I'll be writing in English on my daily life and impressions I'm having.

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El blog de nuriaintoronto

El blog de nuriaintoronto

Mi vida cotidiana en Toronto. Otoño 2011. My daily day life in Toronto. Fall 2011
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Artículos : 41
Desde : 21/09/2011
Categoría : Estilo de vida

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                                                   ONE WOMAN SHOW

ONE WOMAN SHOW

While we re getting to know Edinburgh, Scotland, its people and landscapes, we brought into a heroine of this country, Mary Queen of Scots, considered one of the most controversial monarch of the 16th. century. Her life is still shrouded in mystery!. She was found guilty of plotting to murder Elizabeth 1st. And ultimately sentenced to death by the

It's been two years now!

Yes, it's been two years now!. Two years ago I started writing this blog. I was living in Toronto, at Daniel Schwartz's house, on Concord Avenue, in a detached Victorian house. I was writing on the old table Daniel had in the kitchen, letting my imagination and dreams fly while I was looking at the rear courtyard the house has. I joined an English

SAVE FATHER CHRISTMAS

It's very cruel what I see when Christmas approaches. Yes, it is cruelty seeing poor Father Christmas, an old man with white hair and white beard, hanging by a lot of windows. You have him in different sizes and mostly bought in Chinese shops. He is not Chinese though, he comes from the north of Europe and enters Spanish homes by the window but as

WHEREABOUTS UNKNOWN

Have you ever tried to find a person through the Internet?. It is not that easy. The global public network is not that public and there are a lot of people with the same name. I have been looking for Daniel Scott's address in Australia for a while. We wanted to send him and his family a Christmas Greetings postcard. Last year we tried to find out h

What are you doing Suu Kyi with the Rohingya people, you have a responsability, stop it

Almost six years ago I discovered her and admired her, she is or was known as the feminine Nelson Mandela and considered a Lady of the Human Rights struggle, as shown in the film "Aung San Suu Kyi, the Lady". She spent more than a decade under house arrest and made hunker strikes to protest against military rule on Burma, her country. She was award
The Edinburgh Experience

The Edinburgh Experience

I arrived in Edinburgh last Saturday (12th. August) and my first job has been looking around Chalmers St. to see where am I going to live these days. Believe me, Edinburgh is a theatre stage with all comediants trying to show the best of their performances. Wherever I go the Edinburgh castle is watching, magnificient and a little bit frightening. B
VICKY PEÑA IS MERCÈ RODOREDA IN "A BERENAR A GINEBRA" (tea-time in Geneva)

VICKY PEÑA IS MERCÈ RODOREDA IN "A BERENAR A GINEBRA" (tea-time in Geneva)

Peña is gorgeous in "A berenar a Ginebra" playing Mercè Rodoreda at the time she was a sixty-five year-old living exiled in Geneva. Catalan television showed a late-night film directed by Ventura Pons in 2012 and based on interviews literature critic Josep Maria Castellet, played by Joan Carreres, made with the writer in her Geneva home. Rodoreda
Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons

Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons

Stimulating iniciative to go to the performance after having discussed Social Media and Language and after discussing points like if we felt social media brought us closer togeher, or further apart.... Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons is speaking about that and much more as it's about a couple coping with the usual shit. Oliver, performed by
                                   BREXIT THE MUSICAL

BREXIT THE MUSICAL

AT ADAM HOUSE. Monday 21st. August 2017 Edinburgh s Fringe I finally got it!. I got the ticket to see Brexit the Musical, a play that has had rave reviews.I did not have to read between lines, everything was on stage.Brexit the Musical is a pantomime of Tory politicians in office during these Brexit times, backed non/stop by a brilliant orchestra o