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Impossible visiting Mendoza without making them. They are excursions to points that gave international renown to the Cuyo province. Those walks that nobody can stay without doing. And that will then live forever in memory as loved ones and indelible memories. Mendoza offers visitors many options, both wild and in major urban centres, so that everyone can find the most suitable location for each case. Here they are, these are the classics of tourism in Mendoza.

Pasen y vean: Mendoza is known, it has become famous around the world as the land of Sun and wine. The Sun can be enjoyed freely every day, year-round. Almost the same thing happens with the wine. Where start, then? Ideally, you start by hiring a bicycle tour around the areas that concentrate the largest number of vineyards and wineries: Lujan de Cuyo, Maipu, Chacras de Coria or Godoy Cruz. This system of walks combines sport, outdoors and beautiful landscapes with the eventuality of traverse prestigious wineries and know inside the process of elaboration wine. Today, virtually no Winery that do not count with guided tours, restaurant with own wine cellar and wine tasting courses. But in addition, each strives for incorporating added value to your proposal.

It is worth then watch out for offers that include rides in a balloon flying over the vineyards, to participate in the processes of harvesting of the vine and wine or picnics with walks and typical meals. Most of the major wineries in the province currently has varied accommodation options ranging from cabins in the mountainous area to sophisticated suites with access to spa or golf course. If the idea is not to move away from the downtown area, the proposal passes through the themed rooms, which transport the visitor to the heart of a winery without having to leave the capital. The Wine Rooms of the Diplomatic Park Suites hotel, a classic 5-star hotel in Mendoza, include photos and bibliography of major wineries, works inspired by the wine of the most renowned artists of the province, and of course, wine and to taste typical products. All in full city of Mendoza. A capital where each restaurant, with its first-level cellar, transports the visitor to the magical world of the cellars, where is preserved and transmitted with passion and affection the secret of the transformation of the grapes into wine. Original author and source of the article.

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Bogota Poverty

Read the first part in Rio de Janeiro there is the city that appears in promotional newsletters used by travel agencies with idyllic beaches, fantastic carnivals, mythical stadiums and delights in abundance. Unfortunately there is also the city’s favelas where poverty 11,000 children and adults alike. The issue is of gravity that the authorities has thought the idea of lifting a wall around the neighborhoods poorer city. The wall of three meters, they said those who propose it, would help the security forces to control the favelas of Rocinha, Vidigal and Parque da Cidade, areas in where there have been outbreaks of violence among gangs of drug traffickers. Definitely River has only the friendly face of the garotas and the Nice jogo of your choice! The situation is repeated again and again in different cities: poverty and wealth coexist as twin brothers in all places and countries got used to move forward and continue its path towards the full development without solving the problems of the needy. Colombia is no exception in this matter. In our cities have also promotional brochures Cartagena in where are the beautiful beaches of Bocagrande, the historic downtown area and the complete tourist infrastructure; and the Cartagena of the neighborhoods where poverty is a sad reality with its manifestations of shortages, unemployment, hunger and misery.

I just could say of Santa Marta, Barranquilla, Riohacha, Bogota but, how correct this situation? Obviously not it revive the anachronistic discourse of antagonism of classes. He is not leveling everyone conservatively, but to create opportunities so that all citizens have access to a dignified manner to solve unmet basic needs. Poverty is not solved by depriving those who have their properties to give them to the needy; nor with the approach to Malthusian thank you to wars and natural disasters because it reduces the the number of people whose needs must be addressed. Poverty should be solved through serious programmes implemented by honest Governments to avoid that by way of corruption are esfumen resources to ensure the maximum possible coverage in education and health. But, definitely, poverty must be reduced it giving people tools to improve their condition and the best instrument is a worthy and honest means to obtain sufficient income. When a family has sufficient income is dedicated to live and enjoy their property even though they are scarce. And generally not engaged to theft or prostitution. And not disrupt the rest of the tourists on the beaches to sell you a soda or a pair of glasses.

Read the first part Alejandro Rutto Martinez is a renowned journalist and Colombian writer, linked as a teacher at several Colombian universities. He is author of four books and co-author of three others in which addresses the theme of leadership, ethics, and human development. It is often invitadocomo lecturer at congresses, forums and other academic events. Get in touch with him through corrreo or call cell 300 8055526. Visit his page original author and source of the article

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Southern Cone

Be much talk of the need for a professional title, to succeed, to succeed in life. But the truth is that many people have not achieved anything with your damn title professional. Many have graduated from the University, but never have exercised their professions, others have finished working on anything less in his profession. The truth is that little good a degree, if the profession is not fluent. If you is not good in his specialty, even if you have a ttitulo not you serve anything. UD should study seeking to be an outstanding student, not a mediocre student.

The road to success begins when ud study wholeheartedly when it strives in his works, when ud reads with love his books, researches, engages everything you can with your career. I know graduates from UNI engineers, administrators graduated from San Marcos, working as taxi drivers, who rent rooms in their House to live, who work as collectors, sellers. They don’t get work anywhere, only cachuelos. They are not able to generate a profitable business that allows you to live in peace, without own preosupaciones for those who don’t have money or earn very little. Put a business and fracazan, put another and still fracazando. They are summoned for previous assessments and then vote them with his title and all.

I know instead of carpenters, who earn very good money taking weekly up to 800 soles of utility, have four operators and a local downtown and well equipped. Carpinteria Juan Lopez, one of them is that this front door 3 of the Bolivar market in Pueblo Libre. I know welders that make metal Windows, doors, railings and draw weekly until 2,000 Suns, as if nothing.One of them is in the Southern Cone and seek him in all districts. While others who have title earn 1,000 soles, 1,200 soles, very little for someone who flat University.A pittance truth? I’ve seen ladies that sell Unique, Ebel earned up to 2,500 monthly soles and they do not have profession. But they are working to sell, they know to organize. The truth is that if ud is a mediocre and does not study his professional career, heart will be an underemployed more. If ud study not a career professional, is not to make you weep, nor be depressed. UD may thereby earn a lot money whether intends it, if you learn a trade, if it puts its own local, your business in the right place. Ud will be able to see the habit does not make the monk. A Council: your brain not atrophy and have more lucidity: study, doesn’t matter if age ud has, do it. The habit does not make the monk original author and source of the article.

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