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Laura

Venezuelan. Blogger. Model.

    Health in Venezuela: What are Dengue, Chikungunya and Zika?

    Hello, my dear readers! Today I want to talk about health in Venezuela, since I have been very concerned about the number of people who have become ill and died due to the lack of medical supplies. Lately there has been a strong increase in malaria cases because the health system suffers the effects of hyperinflation and a recession. Sadly, in 2017, there were 406,000 cases of malaria in Venezuela, […]

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    Guyana Esequiba: A short summary of the history of the zone in reclamation between Venezuela and Guyana

    Hello, my dear readers! Today I come to talk about a very particular topic and I want to share it as a curious and interesting piece of information about my country. Since I was a little girl I always thought that the map of Venezuela was this: The continental territory borders on the north with the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, on the west with Colombia, on the south […]

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    The most representative trees of the beauty of Venezuela

    Hello my dear readers! In these days there have been important news about the current situation in Venezuela, as you can see in our last posts, but today I want to talk about another topic to vary a bit. It’s been a while since I spoke to you about the flora in Venezuela and lately I like to sit down in the public transport and start seeing the trees and […]

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    What happened in Venezuela on April 30? We are facing a coup d’etat?

    This Tuesday all Venezuelans woke up with an important news, the interim president of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, made a call to materialize the cessation of the usurpation. Guaidó addressed the public from the La Carlota Air Base, where he announced the military uprising of the officials of that site and the support to the opposition cause. In the military base was also Leopoldo López, opposition leader, imprisoned for political reasons […]

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    How are the electricity problems in Venezuela?

    I spent my day walking and trying to entertain myself. A couple of weeks ago I told you about a big blackout that occurred throughout the country. It has been weeks of that but there are still consequences.

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    Venezuelan desserts: Catalina recipe

    Hey, my dears readers! Today I was with my best friend an we realize that we had all the ingredients to make catalinas so I want to prepare this dessert very common in Venezuela for any time of the year. It is obtained in any Venezuelan bakery, I do not know if it will be obtained elsewhere in Latin America, maybe yes. Anyway, today I want to prepare some catalinas. […]

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    Venezuelan Myths and Legends

    Hello, my dear readers! Yesterday I was up late talking with friends about the horror stories they told us when we were girls. Among those stories are those that pass from generation to generation. And within our territory there are stories of scares and apparitions that are worth sharing with you. The Venezuelan Legends are my favorites, since they deal with very diverse topics. What I am trying to say […]

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    Darkness in Venezuela: What happened on Thursday, March 7?

    On Thursday, March 7, I went to my parents’ house to spend the afternoon and share some time with my family. At 4:56 pm the electricity went out. As the afternoon and evening went on I realized that my phone platform was not working. I had no signal to call or send an SMS. My dad did have a signal and when he started calling his friends and family from […]

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    A MacDonald’s in Venezuela

    Hey, everyone! For this post I made a special visit to an international chain of restaurants that we may all know. Yes! MacDonald’s! When I was a little girl I loved going to MacDonald’s, eating burgers and fries. Over the years, going to MacDonalds became a luxury. I will show you some photos to see a typical MacDonalds in Venezuela, the menu, the prices in bolivars and in dollars so […]

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    Humanitarian aid for Venezuela: What happened on February 22 and 23?

    Thousands of people waited from before the dawn in the bridge of Tienditas, that connects to the Colombian city of Cúcuta with the Venezuelan one of Ureña, the beginning of the concert Venezuela Aid Live, that began at 11.00 local time of this Thursday with the Venezuelan and Colombian hymns and the applause of tens of thousands of people who attended the event. Rivers of people dressed in white and […]

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