Posts Tagged children

The Catalan colonies of industrialization and welfare


Today, while on a business trip, a good colleague of mine, Enric, showed me his childhood village, L’Amettla de Merola, and opened his family’s home to me. This place is, in fact, a living symbol and good example of a enviable social, cultural and industrial phenomenon not so well known outside the Catalunya region, and […]

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I really like some kinds of change


Some of the things in movment and change that I like : a new government for new times ….boiling water and ground coffee turning into a nice drink and the smell of break …..the changing landscape as the train speeds forward…

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