Estreno: El dulce desamor de Borchardt en el video musical de ‘Nada de Nada’

Originalmente publicado en Uforia Music.  Hoy en día los artistas pueden hacer su propio marketing y generar su audiencia a través de las redes sociales y la tecnología. Y eso es precisamente lo que la banda mexicana Borchardt ha estado haciendo. Daniel Borchardt de 29, Isaac Elizalde, 25, Daniel Galindo, 25, y Angle Borchardt de […]

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Al Moe´z Street: discover Cairo

If you are traveling around Cairo, a must-see area is Al-Moez Street, one of the hidden beauties in the city. It is the oldest main street in Islamic Cairo, and holds several mosques established in the Fatimid era, which served as schools, hospitals and an orphanage. The first mosque on the street is Al-Azhar Mosque, […]

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My everyday transportation consists of sweaty and sometimes crowded taxi rides around Cairo; puzzled looks between the non-arabic speaking passengers and the taxi driver, as well as various hand signals trying to show train stations, restaurants and traffic signals, such as right, left and straight. My roommates and I have had unusual conversations in broken […]

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Number Eleven

After living two weeks in Cairo and going up and down the elevator several times a day, I have gotten used to the sudden thump as the small lift decides to move. The first day I saw the elevator, my heart stopped for a few seconds. It barely fits five people, but in Egypt, you […]

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Arriving to Cairo

I am a 22-year-old journalism student at Florida International University who is spending six weeks traveling in Egypt thanks to AIESEC, a student-run organization that creates internships around the world. I am visiting Egypt´s historical sights and documenting what I see and learn during my time here. This blog shares those experiences. This is my […]

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