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The Faded Suitcase is a travel and political blog that discusses Chile, Turks and Caicos, New Jersey and Vermont.

Owner: ValdiviaMoss

Listed in: Travel

Language: English

Tags: Study in Chile, Study in Valparaíso, Scuba Dive in Turks and Caicos, Middlebury College, New Jersey stay

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Latest Blog Posts for The Faded Suitcase

  • Book Review on: Beyond the Beautiful Forevers, By Katherine Boo
    on Jul 19, 2012
    I just finished reading Katherine Boo's book called, "Beyond the Beautiful Forevers," a fascinating, yet extremely upsetting, account of the slum-dwellers who live in the Annawadi Slum next to the international airport in Mumbai. I bought the book af...
  • Book Review on More than Good Intentions, by Dean Karlan and Jacob Appel
    on Jul 19, 2012
    I just finished reading, "More than Good Intentions" by Dean Karlan and Jacob Appel and absolutely loved it! I haven't read many books on development, and especially on development from an economics perspective, so a lot of the material in the book w...
  • Cusi Travel opening in Early August!
    on Jul 15, 2012
    I just wanted to share something really exciting that is about to happen either later this month or next month - Cusi Travel is going to be up and running! Jose and I have been working on Cusi Travel for a year now - the website, buying all of the eq...
  • Proud to Support Cusi Travel!
    on Jul 15, 2012
    While living and working in Peru, I became great friends with Jose Cusi, owner of Cusi Travel. Since meeting Jose, I admired his love of hiking and being in the outdoors, his passion for teaching travelers about his Quechua ancestry and culture and h...
  • Photoshopped Kardashians
    on Jul 11, 2012
    As we all know, I'm in South America working on a field study one minute, and then back in the U.S. going crazy over the new Kardashian drama the next. What can I say - I don't know why I love them, but I do. And I've turned the guilty pleasure into...
  • Fun Stuff
    on Jul 11, 2012
    So whose to say that the only interests I can have have to be in Latin America and Maternal Health? When I'm home - I'm actually a normal person sometimes. I read books, go on celebrity gossip blogs and eat paleo. Healthy eating and nutrition is new...
  • Maternal Health
    on Jul 11, 2012
    Recently, I've become interested in Maternal Health and Maternal Mortality. I've just begun an internship at Family Care International in New York City and I've been learning a lot of cool things about maternal health along the way! Emergency Contra...
  • Emergency Contraception Debate
    on Jul 11, 2012
    Today I learned about the Emergency Contraception debate and wanted to pass on some information. Emergency Contraception is the fancy name for what we call Plan B. Plan B met the criteria for being an over-the-counter drug, but because of religious r...
  • Misoprostol: A Case Study of Women Taking their Health into their Own Hands
    on Jul 11, 2012
    Today I learned about the drug Misoprostol and thought I'd blog about it because I think it is absolutely fascinating. Misoprostol is a drug that is used to induce labor and also treat ulcers, among other conditions. It has been on the market for dec...
  • Book Reviews
    on Jul 11, 2012
    When I'm not in Latin America or at Middlebury, I love to read. I've been reading a lot of great books this summer on the train as I commute from New Jersey to New York City. Some of them, admittedly, have been beach reads (I love the Hunger Games),...
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