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Fitia Tsy Mba Hetra Hampijoro Tsara Hatrany Ny Global Voices

Miasa mafy isan'andro ireo mpirotsaka an-tsitrapo manerantany ato amin'ny fikambananay hitondra ho anao ireo tantara tsy voatatitra manerana izao tontolo izao -- Saingy tsy afa-manao izany samirery tsy misy ny fanampianao izahay. Tohano amin'ny alalan'ny fanomezana (fitia tsy mba hetra) hoan'ny Global Voices ireo tonia, mpahay teknolojia, mpanentana ara-piarovana ato aminay!

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Hijery ny Tenim-Pirenena rehetra? Mandika ny tantaran'ny Global Voices izahay mba ho hitan'ny rehetra ny fitantaran'olo-tsotra manerantany.

Saka, hira an-dalambe ary ny maha Amazoniana: Any amin'i Però mahatalanjona ny Instagram Global Voices

I heard it from blocks away. An Amazonian melody is not something that escapes my ears in the heart of the city, despite the noise there. When I finally could see him I realized he was alone, nobody at his side, nobody watching. I went along my way. But when I reached the corner I stopped and went back. In all that time no one had stopped to listen to the music or had given him money. When I reached him I put a coin in his purse sitting on the ground for that very purpose and prepared to take this photo. He looked at me for a split second and continued playing. I couldn't ask his name or have a brief chat with him. The lively melodies of the jungle emerged unstoppable from his flute while he looked on in a trance, and for me it was as if the sun had risen in that hazy and cold day of my Lima, ever indifferent. A post about street music in Lima:  https://globalvoices.org/2014/09/19/lima-peru-street-music/

“Reko any lavidavitra any. Tsy afa-mandositra ny sofiko ao afovoan'ny tanàna ny feonkira Amazoniana, na dia eo aza ny tabataba misy ao. Rehefa hitako ihany izy dia hay manirery ranamana, tsy misy olona eo anilany, tsy misy olona mijery. [..] Nitsipalotra izy nijery ahy dia avy eo nanohy ny hirany. Tsy afa-nanontany ny anarany aho na afaka niresaka vetivety taminy. Tsy mety mitsahatra mivoaka amin'ny sodiny ny feonkirany avy any an'ala matevina rehefa jerena toy ny ao anaty fahavarianam-panahy izy, ary ho ahy dia tahaka ny masoandro niposaka ao anatin'izao andro manjavona sy mangatsiaka eto Lima izany, tsy miraika mihitsy.” Juan mitantara ao amin'ny Instagram. Indro ny tantara nosoratany ao amin'ny hira an-dalambe ao Lima.

Tamin'ity herinandro ity ilay mpiangaly fitantarana antsoina hoe Juan Arellano no nitondra ho antsika sary mahatalanjona sy tantara mivaingana avy any Però ao amin'ny kaonty Instagram Global Voices.

Juan monina ao Lima no tonian'ny Lingua amin'ny teny espaniola ato aminay ary mpitari-dalana antsika indray ao amin'ny #InstaGV, fisantaran'andraikitra vaovao izay maneho ny hakanto, ny hamaroana sy ny fivelaran'ny fikambananay ao amin'ny Instagram amin'izao fotoana izao.

Isan-kerinandro ianareo no handrosoana mpikambana iray avy ato amin'ny fikambananay amin'ny alalan'ny kaonty Instagram @globalvoicesonline. Amin'ny herinandro indray dia i Pernille avy amin'ny ekipan'i Afrika atsimon'i Sahara no handray antsika ho any an-dalan'i Oganda avaratra.

Ao anatin'ny roa volana ianareo, amin'ny alalan'ny zoro tokan'ny fikambanana Global Voices, no hahita olona, toerana ary hamaky tantara avy any Bangladesh, Maraoka, Libanona, Però, Alemaina, Espaina, ary Soisa.  Ao anatin'ny taona izahay manantena fa handrakotra firenena am-polony avy amin'ireo mpanray anjara an-jatony avy amin'ny firenena 160.

Indreto ny sary sy tantara fito mampamolivoly zarain'i Juan avy ao Però ao amin'ny @globalvoicesonline tamin'ity herinandro ity. Anisan'ny mpandray anjara ela nihetezana indrindra i Juan ato amin'ny Global Voices. Efa nanoratra tantara mihoatra ny 500 sy nandika tantara mihoatra ny 5000 izy hoan'ny Global Voices hatramin'ny 2005. Efa nibilaogy izy hatramin'ny 2001 ary izy no mpanorina ny Blogsperu.com, notantanin'ny blaogera Peroviana voalohany.

Half of me is amazonian, not by birth, not by a decision, just life took me there and the land seduced me with her beauty and mystery. But what it is to be Amazonian? in my case it is to feel cold when the temperature is 20 degrees and the other people are hot, is to sense that a friend is near if you hear someone talking with the characteristic accent of the region, is always want to have fun and dance and take some beers. But those are feelings I can’t share with you, so I will share some images, like this one. The image you see is a common sight when reaching the city of Iquitos by plane, the idle meanders the rivers run in its way through the lowland tropical forests. Meanders that when you are navigating them seem to never end, like the Amazonia itself. But sometimes one of this meanders takes you to a desolate place without greenery, then you realize that the Amazon jungle, besides beautiful is fragile, and deforestation caused by man can destroy it. You can read the Global Voices coverage of Amazonia here: https://globalvoices.org/?s=amazonia #Amazon #Amazonia #AmazonJungle #Peru #Loreto #dayinthelifeofGV #instaGV #instacool #FromAPlane #rivers #jungle #clouds

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Amazoniana ny ilany iray amiko, tsy noho ny fahaterahana, tsy noho ny fanapahan-kevitra fa ny fiainana no nametraka ahy ao ary nandrendrika ny foko ny tany sy ny misiteriny. Ahoana moa izany Amazoniana izany? Mahatsiaro ho mangatsiaka rehefa 20 degre ny hafanana nefa mahatsiaro ho mafana ny hafa, fahatsapana fa akaiky ny namana iray rehefa mandre olona miresaka amin'ny filanto mampiavaka ny faritra ianao, te-hanala azy hatrany sy handihy ary hisotro labiera…

Another thing I like about the historic center of Lima is that almost any given weekend you can find a parade, procession, or other cultural activities. The photo that I bring now shows a dancer of Huaconada, a ritual dance from the village of Mito in the region of Junin, declared Intangible Cultural Heritage. The dance is a synthesis of several Andean and Spanish elements, and now it has modern elements too, its origin can be traced to over 1,500 years. This dance takes place the first days of January each year. During those days huacones (dancers) become the highest authority in town and supposedly can impart punishment with their "thunderous" (whips). While taking this pictures I accidentally was given a whiplash (by rebound, so it did not hit me so hard), and I can tell you that it still hurts! #dancer #huaconada #mito #Junin #Lima #peru #instagv #dayinthelifeofgv #instacool #streetparade #heritage #tradition #culture

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Zavatra hafa itiavako ny tantaran'ny afovoan'i Lima dia ny ahafahana mahira diabe mirindra, filaharana sy hetsika ara-sosialy hafa ianao isaky ny mifarana ny herinandro. Ny sary entiko dia mampiseho mpandihy Huaconada, dihim-pombafomba avy ao amin'ny vohitr'i Mito ao amin'ny faritra Junin, ambara ho lovan-kolontsaina tsy hita maso. Dihy ifangaroan'ny singa Andeana, Espaniola ary maoderina ihany koa; dihy nanavatsava 1500 taona…

I am a book worm, really. But I rarely go to a bookstore and buy a bestseller. Instead I prefer to go to the second hand stalls and stores that are tucked around parts of downtown Lima. You can find truly jewels there. My Lawrence Durrell collection? Almost all of it came from the vendors at Grau Avenue. My Bernard Cornwell series? Bought in a store that sells bargain books, new and sealed. My Hanif Kureishi books? I got them all in the crowded corridors of the Amazonas Book Fair, and Abelardo sold me all of them. I don’t remember how many years have passed since I met Abelardo the bookseller, but certainly more than the years I have with my girlfriend. No offense intended. But I do remember Abelardo’s belly was not so big when I met him (mine neither). The fact that almost every time I go to his stall he has a beer in his hand must have something to do with that. Now that I think that also must be the reason why every time books are becoming more expensive. I don’t buy anything without a good haggle, but Abelardo is sometimes a hard nut to crack. For die hard collectors like me and also for people who do not have a big reading budget, Abelardo and other booksellers like him keep alive the flames of culture, knowledge and good entertainment in Lima. Read Global Voices posts on books: https://globalvoices.org/?s=books&se=internal #Books #Lima #Peru #bookworm #libros #instagv #dayinthelifeofGV #instabooks #instacool #librero

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Tia vakiboky saingy tsindraindray no mba mandeha any amin'ny mpivaroboky sy mividy boky be mpividy. Aleoko mandeha any amin'ireo boky efa novidian'ny hafa no namidiny indray, hitanao mameno ny afovoan-tanànan'i Lima. Any ianao mahita [firavaka] ny tena sarobidy.

Iquitos malaza eo amin'ny Peroviana amin'ny hafanany sy ny tontolony toa tsy afaka fety, saingy manafina ihany koa ny fotoana lasan'ny firoboroboan'ireo andrianan'ny fingotra sy ny fahantran'ireo monina amin'ny faritra manodidina ny tanàna, matetika amin'ny morondranon'ny renirano tena manodidina an'i Iquitos, izay safodrano hatrany isaky ny fotoanany…

Sary maneho ny itiavako ny tanànako, Lima. Eto ianao mahita tantara 2000 taona ao anatin'ny pikantsary iray. Huaca Pucllana dia sisan'ny talohan'ny nahatongavan'ny espaniola, avy amin'ny kolontsaina amorontsirak'i Però fahagola.

You all know that Internet was created to share pictures of cats, well, to share other things too but better we get on with cats. The Kennedy park of the touristic Limean district of Miraflores is as if Internet had materialized there. That is, there are cats everywhere, of all possible types. Of course they not appeared out of the blue and hacked the site, their domination plan started long ago. It's almost 20 years now since the first pioneers cats began to sharpen their claws on the trees of the park. Today it is estimated that there are over 100, and they are just that because lately they are sterilized or suffer terrorist attacks of the infidels. Cats rely on hearted neighbors and generous pocket tourists which usually leave offerings, I mean, food, and take photos with them, as in the photo that I now share with you that shows… wait, Isn't that our own @Catirestrepow ? This is embarrasing. Global Voices coverage on Cats: https://globalvoices.org/?s=cats&se=internal Facebook page of Kennedy Park Cats: https://www.facebook.com/gatosparquekennedylima #GatosParqueKennedy #Miraflores #Lima #Peru #dayinthelifeofGV #instaGV #gatos #cats #catoftheday #instacats #instacool #instagood

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Efa nandalo tamin'ny aterineto ny fizarana sarintsaka. Ny zaridainam-pizahantany Kennedy ato amin'ny distrikan'i Lima ao Miraflores no tahaka nampisy ventiny izany fandalovana tao amin'ny aterineto izany amin'ny fahamaroan'ny saka…

Efa noteneniko teo ihany fa maro amin'ireo mponina monina ao Iquitos no mipetraka amin'ny faritra dibodrano. Ity asehoko aminareo ity ny iray amin'izany. Sary efa nalaina roa taona lasa izay…

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