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NEWFOUNDLAND

 

The most amazing nature 

In today’s episode, we are going to tour the beautiful island of Newfoundland in Canada, accompanied by our guide Fabiola, an interpreter of Mexican Sign Language before flying with the power of imagination and being able to enjoy this tour, I want to tell you what we are looking for in this podcast it is first of all to create a community that helps and to be able to raise funds so that people with hearing problems have the help they need and that is why we want this project to reach a lot of people to achieve the objective, so it is extremely It is important that you subscribe to the YouTube channel, https://youtube.com/@realidadalternativaincluyente all together and with lower case letters, that you make comments on the page and that you share this project with all your people, the more it grows, the more we can help and that’s what interests us most in RA. It is also a project that seeks to give you a space to learn about different histories, cultures, uses, customs, music, art, and gastronomy from around the world and learn something new in each episode.

episode transcription

Hello, I’m glad to greet you, I’m Yael Yancelson and today we fly quickly with the power of imagination and the senses to the island of Newfoundland in Canada to be amazed by its landscapes of cliffs, fjords, and rich fauna.

So breathe, close your eyes if possible and you’re not doing anything else, give me your hand and let yourself be guided, let’s start!

Newfoundland is a large island off the northeast coast of North America, and the most populous part of the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador.

In Latin, “terra nova” literally means “new earth”; in English, it is called Newfoundland (‘new found land’ or ‘newly found land’); It was Giovanni Caboto who in 1497, and at the service of the British crown, named the island Newfoundland. However, he was not its discoverer, because when he arrived on the island it was already populated by indigenous people from the Beothuk tribe. It is believed that this tribe was part of another group of tribes that inhabited since the year 1000 and that they could be the skraelingar of the Viking sagas.

Just off its coast, the famous Titanic Ocean Liner sank on the night of April 14, 1912. It was the first place to receive news of the Titanic’s sinking, serving as the main port for many of the post-tragedy investigations.

In 1949, after a referendum held on the island by the United Kingdom, the territory joined Canada as its tenth province along with the mainland of Labrador.

One of Newfoundland’s most important attractions is the chance to see whales and birds in their natural habitat. The west side of the island, much less populated, offers natural landscapes in the Gros Morne National Park, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. We are enjoying nature at its best, with paths and trails that run through different parts of the park. There are quaint little towns and places to eat and buy fresh seafood.

This island has one of the most beautiful fjords in the world, the Western Brook Pond fjord, which is located in the Long Range mountains and we can explore it on one of the boats from the tourist terminal.

Remember that Realidad Alternativa is a project that comes from the heart, with the idea of ​​being inclusive and in solidarity with people who live with hearing disabilities, who have taught us that this space can be enjoyed in very different ways and that is why you can review it at the platform of your choice, remember that we already have a Mexican Sign Language interpreter and on our page, you can have accessible navigation and adjust it to your needs by clicking on the disability icon, all this so that you can enjoy each tour to the fullest and also that we will know different causes throughout each episode to help and leave a grain of sand on this wonderful planet. Subscribe for free on the page www.realidadalternativamx.com.mx and travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world!

What if we go now to Bowring Park, located in Waterford Bay which is the oldest park in the city? The entrance is through the Waterford Bridge road, which leads to a duck pond with the statue of Peter Pan. We will see that there are many recreational facilities here such as tennis courts, a swimming pool, and a children’s playground and it has important monuments that talk about the history of the city. It is a beautiful open-air space, full of families and people of all ages, where we will feed the ducks and the most sporty can choose different starting points for hiking.

Now let’s go up the hill where we can see the Cabot Tower, a small wireless telecommunications station where there is a Marconi exhibition and the communications station that worked in the tower. look how interesting, there is a radio frequency post that can be operated by amateur radio visitors during the summer months.

We’re told that Gaterhall’s is an educational cruise that has been informing tourists for 35 years who want to get a closer look at whales or see the area’s signature bird, the puffin. The cruise takes place through the Witless Bay Ecological Reserve, home to these small birds and one of the best places in North America to watch whales.

When temperatures rise, icebergs begin to arrive in the area and it is quite a spectacle to see them arrive and collide with each other, producing rumbles and small waves with the debris that breaks away.

It is interesting to know that there are 3 seasons in which to visit the area:

If we want to see puffins we must travel between May and September. The whale season reaches its peak in June, and we can see them until mid-August. If what we want to see are the large blocks of icebergs, they are more frequent in the months of May and June.

Dotted with spectacular views and lapped by the Atlantic Ocean, Middle Cove Beach is one of the prettiest beaches in the area. It can be visited all year round since in winter an ice wall usually forms along the rock cliffs that make it even more spectacular, and it is highly recommended to visit it at that time of year. The remains of a Viking village. It was therefore the first confirmed Viking settlement to be found outside of Europe, along with those on the island of Greenland.

To finish we go to L’Anse aux Meadows to observe a Viking village with three small working houses and leaving we will be able to try some of the local Beers such as Black Horse, Jockey Club, and Dominion Ale, Craft Beers include an iceberg beer made with water Harvested from icebergs floating on the high seas, we will have to try it and say cheers!!!!



And that is how we leave this beautiful and interesting region of the planet with the desire to return. We will travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world, to discover, enjoy and fly with our imagination, I wait for you every Friday and I ask you if you like to share the content with your friends and give me a like and a review of your comments because with that you help me a lot to raise the ranking of this podcast, ALTERNATIVE REALITY A UNIQUE AND DIFFERENT SPACE THAT CREATES COMMUNITY. We make a difference. And as I always tell you when helping others, we mainly help ourselves. If you want to know what the Include Me Foundation does for the labor and social integration of people living with intellectual disabilities, enter the link: www. incluyeme.org and if it moves you and interests you, review how you can support this interesting project. If you are hungry and like to cook, click on the button or if you prefer, keep traveling.

If you haven’t done so, subscribe for free on the www.realidadalternativamx.com.mx and on the YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/@realidadalternativaincluyente and travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world! remember that it is extremely important that in order to help people who live with hearing disabilities to get aids, implants, spaces, or therapies, you join this project and grow this beautiful community of people who help and give something in return, you just have to subscribe on the channel and the page and share the links to reach many more!! help me do it. !!!Thank you for traveling with me, until next week!! I want to thank Fabiola Ruiz Bedolla, our Mexican Sign Language interpreter, and all her team of collaborators, as well as a very special thanks to Mercedes Obregón, director of the Pedagogical Institute for Language Problems, IPPLIAP. Thank you for joining this project and all of you for making it possible!

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Oslo, in

Oslo, Norway

 

The  best things to do and see

In today’s episode, we are going to tour the city of Oslo in Norway, accompanied by our guide Fabiola, an interpreter of Mexican Sign Language, and before flying with the power of imagination and being able to enjoy this tour, I want to tell you what we are looking for in This podcast is first of all to create a community that helps and to be able to raise funds so that people with hearing problems have the help they need and that is why we need this project to reach a lot of people to achieve the objective, so it is extremely important that you subscribe to the youtube channel, https://youtube.com/@realidadalternativaincluyente all together and with lower case letters, that you make comments on the page and that you share this project with all your people, the more it grows, the more we can help and that it is what interests us most in AR. It is also a project that seeks to give you a space to learn about different histories, cultures, uses, customs, music, art, and gastronomy from around the world and learn something new in each episode.

episode transcription

Hi, I’m glad to greet you, I’m Yael Yancelson and today we’re flying quickly with the power of imagination and senses to the capital of Norway, the city of Oslo, which is undoubtedly one of the most restless and interesting cities in Europe. that breathes, close your eyes if possible and you are not doing anything else, give me your hand and let yourself be guided, let’s begin!

Remember that Realidad Alternativa is a project that comes from the heart, with the idea of ​​being inclusive and in solidarity with people who live with hearing disabilities, who have taught us that this space can be enjoyed in very different ways and that is why you can review it at the platform of your choice, remember that we already have a Mexican Sign Language interpreter and on our page, you can have accessible navigation and adjust it to your needs by clicking on the disability icon, all this so that you can enjoy each tour to the fullest and also that we will know different causes throughout each episode to help and give something in return on this wonderful planet. Subscribe for free on the page www.realidadalternativamx.com.mx and travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world!

With its interesting Viking past, Oslo, which was a logistic and political center, has become in recent years a vibrant destination in which art, music, and architecture are surprising with their exuberance and modernity. Look around you and you will appreciate it!! !!

The first thing we can see when we arrive at Oslo Central Station is the main street Karl Johans Gate, which runs through the heart of the city. In this almost two kilometers long avenue, we see the Cathedral (17th century), the Central Market, let’s see buildings from the 19th century and early 20th century that house important institutions such as the Parliament and the University later we will see the National Theater in the one feels the presence of the Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen, author of A Doll’s House (1879), whose museum is located a few streets away and we can also visit.

We walk through the beautiful Royal Palace in the parallel Kristian IV Gate where the Historical Museum and the National Gallery are located. The first contains antiquities, ethnographic objects, and Viking ornaments such as the Hon Treasure (9th century), the largest found in Scandinavia. The Gallery is the largest art gallery in the country, where the most important Norwegian art up to World War II is exhibited, with masterpieces such as Munch’s most famous Scream.

 A ten-minute walk from the center is the Rådhusbrygge Wharf, which is presided over by the City Hall, a building from 1950 where the Nobel Peace Prize is awarded every year.

Directly opposite, where the shipyards used to be, Aker Brygge represents one of Oslo’s new entertainment areas. It is always lively thanks to shopping malls and numerous bars and restaurants that offer salmon and cod stews so we can stop and enjoy a bit. In recent years, the cultural offer has expanded with the Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, the work of the architect Renzo Piano. There are also novelties on the opposite side of Aker Brygge, where the peninsula extends that dominates the Akershus fortress, of medieval origin, although converted in the 17th century into a Renaissance palace. There the new Museum of Norwegian Architecture and the National Museum of Contemporary Art are erected.

Now let’s walk along Rådhusgata Street, one of the longest and most elegant in Oslo, bounded to the north by the Akerhus peninsula and connected to Biørvika, another old port district that today has become a benchmark for 21st-century Oslo, the main protagonist is Without a doubt, the very spectacular building of the Oslo Opera, which was completed in 2008, which is a reflection of the most avant-garde Norway and we have to walk on the roof to complete the experience! From the top of the building you have the best panoramic views of this very modern area of ​​the city and its new buildings, so let’s take advantage of taking several pictures!

 

And if you are a fan of winter sports, immersed in a large forest on the side of a mountain that borders the city, you have an essential appointment with the imposing Holmenkollen ski jumping stadium. The impressive Holmenkollen jump has a structure of 69 meters high built from 1200 tons of steel. Despite the fact that the track has more than 120 years of history, it has been reformed up to 18 times and the current track is a modern version that was installed in 2010. Located at the base of the jumping track, the Museum de Esquí was founded in 1923 to narrate 4000 years of the history of skiing, including exhibitions on the evolution of the Olympic Games throughout history, or the materials used for the Nadsen and Amundsen polar expeditions.

Enjoying the landscape and the fjord aboard a traditional sailboat is a beautiful experience to admire the Bygdøy peninsula and navigate the network of canals that extend almost to the center of the city and we can also try a delicious buffet of fresh shrimp from the area!!!

 

And now with the power of imagination, we will travel more than a thousand years into the past to see the ships of the 9th century in the Viking Ship Museum

After touring the waterfront, it is worth taking a bus, tram, or metro to the east of the city, where a multi-ethnic neighborhood is located that concentrates much of the nightlife. It also highlights the Gamlebyen (Old Town) enclosure, located where medieval Oslo was located and today you walk between half-timbered houses and cobbled streets.

I love this area full of street music, alternative pubs, exhibitions by local artists… The Grünerløkka neighborhood is the most modern area of ​​Oslo and an excellent district to get to know the other side of the capital. During the 19th century, large factories and houses for workers began to be built to the northwest of Oslo, giving rise to the Grünerløkka neighborhood. Its proximity to the Akerselva River led to the expansion of industry in this district and it soon became a working-class area. As the Industrial Revolution passed, the neighborhood became a residential area for working-class families. In this environment, the young Edvard Munch was born and raised. Visiting Grünerløkka is like traveling back to the childhood of the famous Norwegian artist, and although the houses where Munch lived cannot be visited, the buildings still maintain their original façade. Throughout the 20th century, the neighborhood underwent a strong transformation and became the main center of urban art that, as you know, I really enjoy because it gives an interesting vision of the daily pulse that is lived in each city. The streets of the neighborhood were filled with graffiti and murals, vintage clothing stores opened on the main avenues, and the neighborhood was filled with street musicians.

Currently, Grünerløkka is a benchmark for nightlife and a party area, so enjoy the atmosphere!

And that is how we leave this beautiful and interesting region of the planet with the desire to return. We will travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world, to discover, enjoy and fly with our imagination, I wait for you every Friday and I ask you if you like me Share the content with your friends and give me a like and a review of your comments because with that you help me a lot to raise the ranking of this podcast, ALTERNATIVE REALITY A UNIQUE AND DIFFERENT SPACE THAT CREATES COMMUNITY. We make a difference. And as I always tell you when helping others, we mainly help ourselves. If you want to know what the Include Me Foundation does for the labor and social integration of people living with intellectual disabilities, enter the link: www. incluyeme.org and if it moves you and interests you, review how you can support this interesting project. If you are hungry and like to cook, click on the button or if you prefer, keep traveling.

If you haven’t done so, subscribe for free on the page www.realidadalternativamx.com.mx and on the YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/@realidadalternativaincluyente and travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world! remember that it is extremely important that in order to help people who live with hearing disabilities to get aids, implants, spaces, or therapies, you join this project and grow this beautiful community of people who help and give something in return, you just have to subscribe on the channel and the page and share the links to reach many more!! help me do it. !!!Thank you for traveling with me, until next week!! I want to thank Fabiola Ruiz Bedolla, our Mexican Sign Language interpreter, and all her team of collaborators, as well as a very special thanks to Mercedes Obregón, director of the Pedagogical Institute for Language Problems, IPPLIAP. Thank you for joining this project and all of you for making it possible!

 

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Rio de Janeiro ing

Rio de Janeiro

 

The most beautiful city in Brazil

 

In today’s episode we are going to tour the city of Rio de Janeiro accompanied by our guide Fabiola, an interpreter of Mexican Sign Language, and before flying with the power of imagination and being able to enjoy this tour, I want to tell you what we are looking for in this podcast is first of all to make a community that helps and to be able to raise funds so that people with hearing problems have the help they need and that is why we need this project to reach a lot of people to achieve the objective, so it is extremely important that subscribe to the youtube channel, https://youtube.com/@realidadalternativaincluyente all together and with lower case, make comments on the page and share this project with all your people, the more it grows, the more we can help and that is what interests us most in AR. It is also a project that seeks to give you a space to learn about different histories, cultures, uses, customs, music, art, and gastronomy from around the world and learn something new in each episode.

episode transcription

Hello, it gives me great pleasure to greet you, I am Yael Yancelson and today we fly quickly with the power of the imagination and the senses to the vibrant region of Rio de Janeiro, one of the most fascinating cities in Brazil and the entire world. So breathe, close your eyes if possible and you’re not doing anything else, give me your hand and let yourself be guided, let’s start!

Remember that Realidad Alternativa is a project that comes from the heart, with the idea of ​​being inclusive and in solidarity with people who live with hearing disabilities, who have taught us that this space can be enjoyed in very different ways and that is why you can review it at the platform of your choice, remember that we already have a Mexican Sign Language interpreter and on our page, you can have accessible navigation and adjust it to your needs by clicking on the disability icon, all this so that you can enjoy each tour to the fullest and also that we will know different causes throughout each episode to help and give something in return on this wonderful planet. Subscribe for free on the page www.realidadalternativamx.com.mx and travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world!

Now if we come to Rio de Janeiro, its famous beaches like Ipanema, Copacabana, or Leblon; its mountainous geography at the foot of the Atlantic Ocean; its natural environment surrounded by the Tijuca National Park; its grandiose carnival and its fascinating history are some of the reasons that make this city be called “Cidade Maravilhosa”. Rio is a city of high contrasts, the gateway from Brazil to the world, and one of the most beautiful cities to live in.

We start with the Tijuca National Park. From its trilhas (walks) and viewpoints in giant rocks to Palaces that serve as Museums and Cultural Centers. The Tijuca National Park houses various points of interest, including one of the symbols of the city: Christ the Redeemer, and how about we walk to this iconic statue? It will take us approximately two and a half hours, depending on your pace.

Then we go to El Parque Lage which is located at the base of the Tijuca National Park and is considered a Historical and Cultural Heritage of the city. It is well worth visiting, not only for its exuberant vegetation but also for its Palace, built by Henrique Lage for his wife. This houses some attractions such as caves, ponds, and aquariums within its 52 hectares. If we are lucky we will have to watch a firefly show!

Rio’s beaches are so famous in popular culture that most likely you have already heard of Copacabana, Ipanema or Leblon and we have to visit them and more than anything enjoy spending some time on them. These three beaches are located in the southern part of the city and follow each other. Copa, as some locals tend to abbreviate it, is a beach with a long strip of sand and a 4-kilometer road with many options for drinking. and eat and where year after year the fireworks are launched to welcome the new year. Let’s see the most spectacular sunset at Pedra do Arpoador, a rock formation at the beginning of Ipanema, a beach that has an extension of 2.6 kilometers and has one of the most incredible views of the city with Morro Dois Irmãos at the other end.

Now it’s time to get on the famous funicular to go up to El Pan de Azúcar (a stone hill) located in the Urca neighborhood, right at the entrance to Guanabara Bay and is one of the most recognizable images of the city in all of the world. From 220 meters above sea level, we will enjoy together the impressive 360-degree view of Rio de Janeiro, Guanabara Bay, the city of Niteroi, and the blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean. What a beauty!!!!!

Rio has one of the most important cultural circuits in Brazil, among its Museums and Cultural Centers, most of them are in the Center or so we go to Praça Floriano, Cinelândia metro station. We arrive at the Municipal Theater which, in addition to being a very beautiful construction from 1909, houses an interesting program of ballet and symphony orchestra. Next to the Theater, we can quickly enter the National Museum of Fine Arts built in 1937 and which houses one of the most important collections of its kind in Brazil. Continuing with the circuit, all you have to do is cross the street again and reach the National Library Foundation, which has one of the most important book collections in South America and the world, including a Gutenberg Bible dating from 1462. The Museum of Amanhã focuses on human awareness of the environment and its concern for the future in a series of digital exhibitions, many of them interactive and I found it very interesting. The Moreira Salles Institute is a Cultural Center with exhibitions of photography, cinema, music, and iconography. The architecture of the place is one of the most impressive things, an example of modern Brazilian architecture from the 50s that we cannot miss! It is located in the southern zone, in the Gávea neighborhood and its entrance is free.

A must-see is the famous Sambadrome, Marquês de Sapucaí, it is the open-air stage where samba schools and their floats parade. It was designed by the architect Oscar Niemeyer, who with his modernist ideas built a stage made up of various sectors, divided into stands, and crossed by a path that leads to a square located at the end of the route and crowned by the M-shaped monument. It was inaugurated in 1984 and is located in the place where Samba was born. As we have said, it is divided into sectors, 13 in total and 4 types of locations, with a capacity for 75,000 spectators.

Another must-see, especially for soccer lovers, is the famous Maracana stadium, which is known not only in Brazil but internationally as the Temple of Soccer. We cannot forget that soccer is a fundamental part of Rio’s identity and culture, and the Maracaná is one more example of this. It is the largest stadium in the country that, in addition, for years held the title of being the largest stadium in the world. This iconic symbol of Rio de Janeiro was inaugurated on June 16, 1950, to host the Soccer World Cup that was held in Brazil that same year The Maracanã Stadium sports complex also includes other facilities such as a water park with Olympic-sized swimming pools, athletics tracks and what is known as the Maracanãzinho, a smaller, covered stadium where volleyball, basketball, and futsal matches are played. In the entrance hall, there is a tribute to those who are considered two of the best soccer players in the history of Brazilian soccer: a bust and the footprints of Garrincha, who is said to have become one of the greatest, and the footprints of Pelé’s feet along with the ball with which he scored his thousandth goal.

And to end this interesting and eventful tour, let’s climb the most beautiful staircase in the world, the Selarón Staircase, which is undoubtedly one of the most important and visited tourist spots in Rio de Janeiro. Located in the fantastic and famous bohemian neighborhood of Lapa. Jorge Selarón was a Chilean born in 1947 who built the staircase. When Selarón moved to his house, he noticed that the staircase was in terrible condition. Nobody took care of her. In 1990 he began to renovate some steps in his house. At first, he placed blue, yellow, and green tiles (the colors of the Brazilian flag), as a tribute to the Brazilians and to the Brazilian soccer team in the FIFA World Cup, in 1994. The project started as a hobby but little by little. The project soon became an addiction for Selarón. Every time he ran out of money to buy tiles, he sold more paintings. Visitors from all over the world began bringing tiles from their home countries to be added to the ladder. Today there are more than 2000 tiles from 60 countries. Pay attention, you are probably going to find the tile from some other country. hASTA sNOOP Dogg and other artists have recorded videos there.https://youtu.be/_FE194VN6c4

And that is how we leave this beautiful and interesting region of the planet with the desire to return. We will travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world, to discover, enjoy and fly with our imagination, I wait for you every Friday and I ask you if you like me Share the content with your friends and give me a like and a review of your comments because with that you help me a lot to raise the ranking of this podcast, ALTERNATIVE REALITY A UNIQUE AND DIFFERENT SPACE THAT CREATES COMMUNITY. We make a difference. And as I always tell you when helping others, we mainly help ourselves. If you want to know what the Include Me Foundation does for the labor and social integration of people living with intellectual disabilities, enter the link: www. incluyeme.org and if it moves you and interests you, review how you can support this interesting project. If you are hungry and like to cook, click on the button or if you prefer, keep traveling.

If you haven’t done so, subscribe for free on the page www.realidadalternativamx.com.mx and on the YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/@realidadalternativaincluyente and travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world! remember that it is extremely important that in order to help people who live with hearing disabilities to get aids, implants, spaces, or therapies, you join this project and grow this beautiful community of people who help and give something in return, you just have to subscribe on the channel and the page and share the links to reach many more!! help me do it.

 !!!Thank you for traveling with me, until next week!! I want to thank Fabiola Ruiz Bedolla, our Mexican Sign Language interpreter, and all her team of collaborators, as well as a very special thanks to Mercedes Obregón, director of the Pedagogical Institute for Language Problems, IPPLIAP. Thank you for joining this project and all of you for making it possible!

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MALI,ingl

MALI,Africa

 

Jewel of Niger.

In today’s episode, we are going to tour the city of Mali, in Africa, accompanied by our guide Fabiola, an interpreter of Mexican Sign Language before flying with the power of imagination and being able to enjoy this tour, I want to tell you what we are looking for in This podcast is first of all to create a community that helps and to be able to raise funds so that people with hearing problems have the help they need and that is why we need this project to reach a lot of people to achieve the objective, so it is extremely important to subscribe to the youtube channel, https://youtube.com/@realidadalternativaincluyente

that you make comments on the page and that you share this project with all your people, the more it grows, the more we can help and that is what interests us the most in RA. It is also a project that seeks to give you a space to learn about different histories, cultures, uses, customs, music, art, and gastronomy from around the world and learn something new in each episode.

episode transcription

Hello, I am glad to greet you, I am Yael Yancelson, and today we will visit from the tribal villages to the overwhelming monuments built by man and we will enjoy the extraordinary landscapes in Mali in sub-Saharan Africa.

We fly quickly with the power of the imagination and the senses, so breathe, close your eyes if possible and you are not doing anything else, give me your hand and let yourself be guided, let’s begin!

 

Remember that Realidad Alternativa is a project that comes from the heart, with the idea of ​​being inclusive and in solidarity with people who live with hearing disabilities, who have taught us that this space can be enjoyed in very different ways and that is why you can review it at the platform of your choice, remember that we already have a Mexican Sign Language interpreter so that you can enjoy each tour to the fullest and also that we will learn about different causes throughout each episode to help and give something in return on this wonderful planet. Click on the disabled icon to see all the navigation options and adjust the one that best suits you.

Subscribe for free on the page www.realidadalternativamx.com.mx and travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world!

We arrive at The Republic of Mali – a country in West Africa, the eighth largest on the continent, with less than 20 million inhabitants. Mali is a former French colony, which achieved independence in 1960.

Unfortunately, this region is included among the 10 poorest countries in the world and with several conflicts that we hope will be resolved soon.

We find that the Bambara is the most numerous ethnic group, but there are many other ethnic groups – Fulani, Dogon, Soninké, Songhai, Mandinka, Tuareg, and many others. The most predominant religion is Islam which is practiced by 90% of the population. But they are moderate Muslims – Most Malians are believers and practice Islam on a daily basis, but their form of devotion is not strict. In fact, look at how the women wear tight dresses and unlike other Muslim countries we have visited, both men and women wear colorful clothing. Normally, they buy these spectacular fabrics here in the Ségou market and then take them to a seamstress and also here if alcohol is allowed.

French is the only official language – In Bamako, almost everyone can speak French. Bambara is the common language – it is spoken by around 80% of the population. However, in Mali, more than 40 African languages ​​are spoken.

We are in Bamako, the capital, which is the educational and cultural center of Mali. Let’s go to the main places which are the markets, the Botanical Gardens, the zoo, and the craft center to see what we can buy and from there we go to the Djenné region known as the Jewel of Niger. Founded in 1250, it has a beautiful mosque and is one of the oldest trading towns along the trans-Saharan caravan routes. How about we go inside the Great Mosque of Djenné, you can appreciate this sandcastle that is the largest mud building in the world. I find it fascinating and very different from everything we have seen on other occasions, what do you think?

 We will walk along the Niger River that runs through West Africa, it is the main river in the region, and its geographical importance was key to the development of historic cities such as Timbuktu and Djenné. Today, the Niger River is a source of natural resources where the locals perform all kinds of tasks and jobs. From the ladies who do the laundry to the workers who collect the sand needed to build its mud buildings or even the planting of crops on its banks, the Niger River is a year-round cultural festival that you are sure to enjoy if you are passionate about photography.

Now let’s take a motorcycle to quickly reach the Siby region which is a small town 50 km south of Bamako, popular for its strange rock formations, its unspoiled villages, and its mango plantations, which is really delicious, it’s definitely my favorite fruit!!

It is interesting to know that great African musicians are originally from this region and have managed to make great careers around the magnificent music of this part of our world, one of my favorites without a doubt is Oumou Sangaré!

And that is how we leave this beautiful and interesting region of the planet with the desire to return. We will travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world, to discover, enjoy and fly with our imagination, I wait for you every Friday and I ask you if you like me Share the content with your friends and give me a like and a review of your comments because with that you help me a lot to raise the ranking of this podcast, ALTERNATIVE REALITY A UNIQUE AND DIFFERENT SPACE THAT CREATES COMMUNITY. We make a difference. And as I always tell you when helping others, we mainly help ourselves. If you want to know what the Include Me Foundation does for the labor and social integration of people living with intellectual disabilities, enter the link: www. incluyeme.org and if it moves you and interests you, review how you can support this interesting project. If you are hungry and like to cook, click on the button or if you prefer, keep traveling.

If you haven’t done so, subscribe for free on the page www.realidadalternativamx.com.mx and on the YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/@realidadalternativaincluyente and travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world! Thank you for traveling with me, until next week!!

I want to thank Fabiola Ruiz Bedolla, our Mexican Sign Language interpreter, and her entire team of collaborators, as well as a very special thanks to Mercedes Obregón, director of the Pedagogical Institute for Language Problems, IPPLIAP. Thank you for joining this project and all of you for making it possible!

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Europe English

Seville, spain

Seville, Spain

 

The most important city of Al-Andalus

In today’s episode, we are going to tour the beautiful city of Seville, in Spain, accompanied by our guide Fabiola, interpreter of Mexican Sign Language before flying with the power of imagination and being able to enjoy this tour, I want to tell you what What we are looking for in this podcast is first of all to make a community that helps and to be able to raise funds so that people with hearing problems have the help they need and that is why we need this project to reach a lot of people to achieve the objective, so it is extremely important that you subscribe to the YouTube channel,

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episode transcription

Hello, I am glad to greet you, I am Yael Yancelson, and today we are going to a really beautiful destination, full of history and tradition, we are flying quickly with the power of imagination and the senses to Seville, Spain, so breathe, close your eyes if it is possible and you are not doing anything else, give me your hand and let yourself be guided, we begin!


The history of Seville dates back to the 8th century BC, when the city was founded by the Tartessos, on high ground next to the Guadalquivir river. Later, the Greeks, Phoenicians, Carthaginians, and Romans would arrive; The latter would have command of the city, now called “Hispalis”, until the year 711 AD, when it was conquered by the Muslims. During that Roman period, the city enjoyed great splendor and growth. After the Romans, Seville was taken by the Visigoths who were there for 200 years, until Musa and his son Abd al-Aziz ibn Mussa crossed the waters of Gibraltar and took the city of Hispalis, in the year 713. At that time it was baptized with the Arabic name Isbiliya, which underwent mutations, passing through Ixbilia, Sivilia, up to Seville, as we know it today.

Seville became the most important city of Al-Andalus (the name given to the Iberian Peninsula as a province of the Muslim empire) and became its capital. At this time it grew culturally and architecturally, adopting the form that we can still see today in its historic center. Some of the most beautiful constructions that we are going to visit in the city today date from this period: La Giralda, the Alcázar, the Macarena walls, the Torre del Oro, and the Triana neighborhood.

Today Seville is a modern city with excellent infrastructure, but it still preserves its spectacular historical legacy, the product of the passage of numerous civilizations. This very thing has given it a unique identity and makes it a destination that must be visited at least once as it is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful cities in Spain.

What if before starting to walk we had some delicious churros with chocolate at Bar El Comercio or Churrería San Pablo and walked to the Cathedral of Seville, declared a World Heritage Site and the largest Gothic temple in the world, you have to admire its impressive façade, before going inside to see the fantastic Main Altarpiece, the Patio de los Naranjos and the tomb of Christopher Columbus, and then climb to the top of its famous Giralda. The guide has told us that it is believed that the Seville Cathedral began to be built in the year 1401 after the demolition of the Aljama Mosque of Seville, built by order of the Almohad caliph Abu Yacub Jusuf, of which the remains remain today. minaret, which is the current Giralda, and the patio, which is the Patio de los Naranjos.

As curiosities, it is important to know that one of the first architects of the Cathedral of Seville was Charles Galter of Normandy, and the temple rests the mortal remains of Christopher Columbus and some kings of Castilla. Look inside the central nave we find the Choir, where you can see several organs and spectacular stalls in addition to the Main Chapel, in which the Renaissance bars that can be seen on the front stand out, as well as the vaults that are the highest in the Cathedral with 37 meters.

If you like, when leaving the cathedral, we continue to the Alcázar of Seville, a walled palace that went from the residence of caliphs to that of Christian kings, where you cannot miss seeing the jewels, wow look how opulent!!! let’s go to see its different patios and halls, as well as relax for a while in its beautiful gardens while we listen to the guide who tells us the history of this place in 914 when the Caliph of Córdoba, Abderramán III, ordered the construction of a citadel in the city, which in part, took advantage of the old city walls.

Later, when the Abadi dynasty took the city after the fall of the caliphate, the previous Alcazaba began to undergo different extensions, among which the 11th-century one stands out, with which its original extension was practically doubled.

In addition, the interiors also began to be modified and expanded, building different buildings until, in the 12th century, the Almohads decided to carry out a complete reform, raising the interior with new and larger palaces, creating a new system of walls for defensive purposes, which They ended in the 13th century with the construction of the Torre del Oro that we are admiring. Later, by order of Alfonso X, the Gothic palace was built in the main area of ​​the citadel so that, after the earthquake of 1356, Pedro I built the impressive el Mudejar palace.

It is Queen Elizabeth I who, after seeing the deterioration of the building, decides to order a major restoration.

We walked to see the main gate of the Reales Alcázares, located in a part of the outer wall, formerly also known as the Monteria since according to what they say, this was the gate that the king used when he went hunting with the huntsmen. Behind the Puerta del León and just opposite, is the Patio de la Montería separated by part of the inner wall area.

What if we now go to the Santa Cruz neighborhood starting with Plaza de Santa María and Calle Mateos Gago with views of the Giralda? During the tour, we will pass through places like Casa de Salinas, Calle Mesón del Moro, the old synagogue, and now Church of Santa María la Blanca, until you stop at the tourist Calle Cruces which has a spectacular atmosphere!!! Let’s end up in the Plaza de España, which seems monumental to me, and you. After touring the interior of its porticoed galleries and crossing some of the canal bridges, we cannot leave the square without taking a picture sitting on the tiled bench that represents your province!!!! At sunset we have time to take a romantic walk along the banks of the Guadalquivir to the Isabel II Bridge, to see how the Torre del Oro is reflected in the river, and we will dine on some good tapas at Bar Triana or at the nearby winery Sun and Shadow if that’s okay with you!!!

nearby Sol y Sombra winery if that’s okay with you!!!

And that is how we leave this beautiful and interesting region of the planet with the desire to return. We will travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world, to discover, enjoy and fly with our imagination, I wait for you every Friday and I ask you if you like me Share the content with your friends and give me a like and a review of your comments because with that, as I told you at the beginning, we can help people who live with hearing disabilities to get aids, implants and or therapies necessary to achieve a better quality of life. that is the mission of this project because ALTERNATIVE REALITY is A UNIQUE AND DIFFERENT SPACE THAT CREATES COMMUNITY. We make a difference. And as I always tell you when helping others, we mainly help ourselves. If you want to know what the Include Me Foundation does for the labor and social integration of people living with intellectual disabilities, enter the link: www. incluyeme.org and if it moves you and interests you, review how you can support this interesting project. If you are hungry and like to cook, click on the button or if you prefer, keep traveling.

Please remember that this project makes sense if we add a lot of people to be able to meet our goal of helping people who live with hearing disabilities to have a better quality of life, so all I ask of you today is to subscribe to the YouTube channel, comment in the section, like and share the content with your people so that this beautiful community that cares about each other grows and we can really help. The YouTube page is @realidadalternativaincluyente all together and with lowercase letters.



Thank you for traveling with me, until next week!! I want to thank Fabiola Ruiz Bedolla, our Mexican Sign Language interpreter, and all her team of collaborators, as well as a very special thanks to Mercedes Obregón, director of the Pedagogical Institute for Language Problems, IPPLIAP. Thank you for joining this project and all of you for making it possible!

 

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Africa Oceania English

Sydney,i

             Sydney, Australia

 

                         The  emblematic Opera 

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episode transcription

Hi, I’m glad to greet you, I’m Yael Yancelson and today we’re going to a destination that I was very excited to meet, because of its impressive architecture and unique landscapes, we flew quickly with the power of imagination and the senses to Sydney Australia, so breathe, close your eyes if possible and you are not doing anything else, give me your hand and let yourself be guided, we begin!

 

Sydney is the best-known city in Australia although it is not its capital. It is located on the shores of the Pacific and is known worldwide for its Opera, among other monuments.

This huge city hides many treasures, so come with me to discover them!

Modern, visually beautiful, very green, full of life and culture, and with an incomparable lifestyle, it is the capital of the state of New South Wales and is located in the lower right part of the Australian territory.

We arrive at the famous Coastal Walk so let’s walk from Bondi Beach and end up at Coogee Beach, passing several hidden beaches. The views are great! Don’t you believe it? If you like to run, this route is 5.5 km long, so it is a great option.

 And from there we cannot miss the most emblematic place to see here in Sydney. Yes, the opera house has a long history behind its design, the structure began in 1956 when the New South Wales Government called for an open competition for the design of two performance halls: an opera house and a symphony concert hall. , which would position Sydney on the international music scene. Danish architect Jørn Utzon, unknown for his work at the time, managed to draw the attention of the jury. Construction of the Sydney Opera House began in March 1959. The project was built in three phases: the foundation and construction of the podium overlooking Sydney Harbour, the construction of the external shells, and the construction of the interior.

Because construction began abruptly without solving certain structural problems, the podium had to be modified and rebuilt after its completion in 1963 in order to support the weight of the massive concrete structures that rested on it. Utzon wanted the shells to represent the great sails of a ship, contrasting with the deep blue waters of the ocean on which they stood. To achieve this aesthetic, the shells were covered with more than a million ceramic tiles made in Sweden from clay and crushed stone. Along with laying the tiles, it took a total of eleven years to complete the iconic roof structure. On February 28, 1966, after a long dispute with the New South Wales Government, due to the rising costs of construction As the concrete shells moved toward completion, Utzon gave up on the project. It was then that the Australian government appointed three local architects, Peter Hall, DS Littlmore, and Lionel Todd, to complete the project. After the 2,194th segment of the shells was installed in 1967, the second stage of the project was finally completed. Three smaller theaters, a library, and a movie theater have also been added to the original design along with three restaurants, six bars, and sixty changing rooms. The building has a total of 1,000 rooms, which are accessed through an esplanade that surrounds the entire building and joins the five performance spaces.

The building was completed and inaugurated by Queen Elizabeth II in October 1973. What do you think? shocking right?

As always we like to visit places with small shops, bars, and restaurants, so let’s quickly stop by Darling Harbor in the center of the city to enjoy the views of the skyscrapers of the business area. At nightfall, the atmosphere is very lively and we can have a few drinks and then walk to the Harbor Bridge. This iron bridge is one of the most famous in the world, it connects the European neighborhood of The Rocks with North Sydney. Then we arrived at Newtown, which is an alternative suburb of those that personally fascinates me because it is full of bars, and good restaurants with a lot of atmospheres and look how spectacular graffiti is.

Did you know that Australia is one of the largest wine producers in the world? And well, it is worth going to the Hunter Valley, which is a wine region where we will visit some wineries and, of course, we will do a wine tasting. Cheers!!!!!

To finish this quick tour, how about we go to the Blue Mountains National Park which is famous for the rock formations known as Three Sisters, let’s go up its hiking trails and admire these impressive waterfalls while we see a beautiful sunset from the heights

 If you are hungry and like to cook, click on the button or if you prefer, keep traveling.

And that is how we leave this beautiful and interesting region of the planet with the desire to return. We will travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world, to discover, enjoy and fly with our imagination, I wait for you every Friday and I ask you if you like me Share the content with your friends and give me a like and a review of your comments because with that you help me a lot to raise the ranking of this podcast, ALTERNATIVE REALITY A UNIQUE AND DIFFERENT SPACE THAT CREATES COMMUNITY. We make a difference. And as I always tell you when helping others, we mainly help ourselves. If you want to know what the Include Me Foundation does for the labor and social integration of people living with intellectual disabilities, enter the link: www. incluyeme.org and if it moves you and interests you, review how you can support this interesting project.

If you haven’t done so, subscribe for free on the page www.realidadalternativamx.com.mx and on the YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/@realidadalternativaincluyente and travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world! Thank you for traveling with me, until next week!!

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I want to thank Fabiola Ruiz Bedolla, our Mexican Sign Language interpreter, and her entire team of collaborators, as well as a very special thanks to Mercedes Obregón, director of the Pedagogical Institute for Language Problems, IPPLIAP. Thank you for joining this project and all of you for making it possible!

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America

San Jose Cabo,i

San José del Cabo

 

The End of the Earth

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Subscribe for free on the page www.realidadalternativamx.com.mx and travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world! I also invite you to subscribe to my YouTube channel because there you will find much more content, tips, ideas for traveling, shopping, recipes, and much more! This is the link:

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episode transcription

Hi, I’m glad to greet you, I’m Yael Yancelson and today we’re going to a beach with truly amazing landscapes and a very famous tourist destination in our country, we’re flying to the San José del Cabo region in Baja California Mexico, so breathe, close your eyes. eyes, give me your hand, and let yourself be guided, let’s begin!

Los Cabos is located at the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula and west of the rest of the Mexican Republic. The geographic region is a dynamic mix of desert landscapes, beaches, and mountainous areas. “El Arco” is the most outstanding point and is located where the Sea of ​​Cortez joins the Pacific Ocean. Los Cabos is made up of 3 main areas: To the East is San José del Cabo, a quiet and picturesque place that maintains the appearance and the air of an authentic Mexican town. It has a pleasant Art District in the Historic Center and the marina in the Puerto Los Cabos area. To the west is Cabo San Lucas, an attractive and fun city, known for its pleasant bay, where you can do all kinds of water activities. Both cities are connected by the 33-kilometer-long Tourist Corridor, where majestic resorts and world-class golf courses are located. Los Cabos, known as the “End of the Earth”, is a perfect place where the desert and the sea meet and the adventure begins. Today we are going to focus on the small city of San José del Cabo, a tourist city at the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula, in Mexico, known for its sandy beaches and colonial buildings. They tell us that a long time ago in the Los Cabos region lived an ancient culture of agile runners and tireless walkers called Pericúes, who honored a superior being they called Niparajá. They were collectors, fishermen, and hunters and in the year 1530, Hernán Cortés carried out the first expeditions to explore this area, which was once used as a refuge point for pirates.

If you want to enjoy Mexican art, the best thing to do is stroll through the center, which, with its cozy architecture in the main square, has become an Art District, where it is possible to find works from different parts of the world, but mainly incredible local creations, which It makes it an excellent place to go shopping and eat on one of the pleasant terraces and the atmosphere is really spectacular, hundreds of people gathered in this small center full of art, street music, dance and more, I love it!!! look right in front of us in this Plaza Mijares, in the heart of the historic neighborhood is the missionary church of San José, which was rebuilt in 1940, is that okay with you?

Now we go to the picturesque marina facing the Sea of ​​Cortez to visit stunning golden sand beaches, with famous spots for surfing. San José is home to great wildlife with seabirds, gray whales, dolphins, and turtles.

Well, you already know that I like adventure and adrenaline so I investigated and saw that there is a bungee in Wild Canyon just 30 minutes from Cabo San Lucas. Here there are safe jump points at 100 meters high. Will you jump from a glass-bottomed basket into a rocky canyon with me? Come on!!! I assure you that you will be able to enjoy a beautiful landscape when you launch yourself spinning towards the earth, supported by a giant elastic band. Exciting, isn’t it?

Due to its incomparable beauty and incredible marine biodiversity, Los Cabos is very popular for snorkeling. Some of the best places to do this aquatic activity can be found right next to the beaches located in the Tourist Corridor, but there are also tours to special destinations like the Cabo Pulmo National Park, where hundreds of brightly colored tropical fish inhabit the most important reef in the Sea of ​​Cortez. We have been invited to navigate the waters on a day trip that includes snorkeling and other water activities. We cannot leave here without taking a boat and visiting El Arco, which is the distinctive icon of Cabo San Lucas, which is a rock formation that rises from the sea at the tip of the Baja California Sur Peninsula, where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of ​​Cortez. Also known as the “End of the Earth”, El Arco is the most popular tourist attraction and the central focus of countless photos of those who visit Los Cabos we go to enjoy colonies of sea lions, try to see whales, and practice the famous paddleboard.

Later, at sunset, how about going back to “La Calle Grande or Calle Ancha” which is a well-known avenue in the historic center of the city of San José del Cabo? This avenue has much of the history and culture of the region, the scene of significant events such as parades, sporting events, carnival parties, horse races, etc. Undoubtedly here it is full of stories, legends, art, culture, and gastronomy at the same time as the pleasant atmosphere it offers, what if we go to the boutiques and galleries, I recommend that you come on Thursdays for the art walk, which is the day when that all the galleries open until late, the street becomes pedestrian offering a glass of wine in each gallery and shop, many artists talk about their work and their new projects there is music and an atmosphere is created that is very special, somewhat bohemian. Incredible right? I really enjoyed it!!!

If you are hungry and like to cook, click on the button, or if you prefer, keep traveling.

And that is how we leave this beautiful and interesting region of the planet with the desire to return. We will travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world, to discover, enjoy and fly with our imagination, I wait for you every Friday and I ask you if you like me Share the content with your friends and give me a like and a review of your comments because with that you help me a lot to raise the ranking of this podcast, ALTERNATIVE REALITY A UNIQUE AND DIFFERENT SPACE THAT CREATES COMMUNITY. We make a difference. And as I always tell you when helping others, we mainly help ourselves. If you want to know what the Include Me Foundation does for the labor and social integration of people living with intellectual disabilities, enter the link: www. incluyeme.org and if it moves you and interests you, review how you can support this interesting project.

If you haven’t done so, subscribe for free on the page www.realidadalternativamx.com.mx and on the YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/@realidadalternativaincluyente and travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world! Thank you for traveling with me, until next week! I am sharing some Amazon affiliate links so you can get essential things for this interesting trip and those you plan to do in the future!

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I want to thank Fabiola Ruiz Bedolla, our interpreter de Lengua de Señas Mexicana and its entire team of collaborators, as well as a very special thanks to Mercedes Obregón, director of the Pedagogical Institute for Language Problems, IPPLIAP. Thank you for joining this project and all of you for making it possible!

You can listen to our podcast in
the following platforms

 

Don’t forget to see the recipe from your favorite episode! 

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Asia English

Sharjah,i

 

SHARJAH, UAE

 

World Book Capital

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episode transcription

Hello, I’m glad to greet you, I’m Yael Yancelson and today we’re going to a small city that I just got to know now that I’m visiting the FIL in Guadalajara, well, I’ll tell you that it was the guest country and I wanted to visit it, so we quickly arrived in Sharjah in the UAE, so breathe, if you can close your eyes, give me your hand and let yourself be guided, we begin!

Sharjah’s strategic location and its rich natural resources have been important factors in the emirate’s economic development. Sharjah had the first international airport in the Arabian Gulf, built by the British in 1932, and the first container port, built-in 1976. In addition to general commercial activities, both fishing and pearling have played an important role in Sharjah’s economy, but the pearling industry fell victim to strong competition from Japanese cultured pearls in the 1940s and lost its importance.

The discovery of oil in 1972 and the start of natural gas drilling in 1990 brought new sources of income to Sharjah, allowing the emirate to rapidly develop into the successful business and cultural center it is today. It is very interesting to know that Sharjah has become a powerful cultural center housing the Sharjah Publishing City free zone, which provides a specialized space for publishing businesses to thrive; the House of Wisdom, which has redefined the perception of libraries; and the Ciudad Universitaria, an educational complex of 15 square kilometers, with 22 institutes and an enrollment of more than 30,000 students per year.

This commitment to “knowledge, wisdom, literacy, and culture above all things”, in the words of Ahmed Al Ameri, president of the Sharjah Book Authority, has earned it recognition as the Cultural Capital of the Arab World. (1998), UNESCO Capital of Islamic Culture (2014), and UNESCO World Book Capital (2019). These designations celebrate Sharjah’s prominent role not only in supporting the arts but also in promoting the knowledge and appreciation of the history, architecture, traditional culture, and Islamic roots of the emirate. And I also tell you that we met the Founder and director of Children’s publisher Kalimat Group, as well as the Emirates Publishers Association. Bodour Al Qasimi, is a woman who is driving the female publishing industry in a very important way to empower girls and young people in the region with different programs and actions.

Let us then enter the Sharjah Museum of Calligraphy which was inaugurated in 2002. See how many beautiful works in fabric, wood, paper, and ceramics created by local artists and well-known international calligraphers demonstrate the complexity of this art form and its historical bases. They say that in addition to works from its permanent collection and calligraphy techniques, the museum holds temporary exhibitions. Every two years, the museum is one of the venues for the Sharjah Calligraphy Biennale, organized by the Art Directorate of the government’s Department of Culture and Information. The Museum also organizes workshops and conferences. And let’s see the building that is here on the left because they tell us that it has calligrapher studios and we will be able to see how they work and chance to take a course.

I also fancy going into the Art Museum, created in 1995 by the Art Directorate of the Department of Culture and Information, it was located in Bait Al Serkal until 1997. The new building, entirely dedicated to fine arts and activities related to art, was built a few steps from there and inaugurated on April 9, 1997, during the 3rd Sharjah Biennale. Here we can see how the main building and a later one are interconnected by two passageways, they have 68 meeting rooms of different dimensions and a total area of ​​about 11,000 square meters.

So let’s enjoy permanent collections and temporary exhibitions, international and Arab artists who have investigated the history and culture of the region. There is the A Century in Flux exhibition, a selection of modernist paintings, sculptures, and works of art. The museum is regularly used as one of the venues for the Sharjah Biennale, organized by the Sharjah Art Foundation.

Did you know that the Association of Art Professionals in the United Arab Emirates, was established in 1980? It is headquartered here in Sharjah and has branches in Abu Dhabi, Ras Al Khaimah, and Khor Fakkan. The Emirates Fine Arts Society is a member of the Arab Art Association and the International Art Association, IAA/AIAP (based in Paris, France). The mission is to support its members and promote art education and art appreciation by organizing exhibitions – including the Annual Exhibition at the Sharjah Art Museum – as well as workshops, seminars, and conferences. The headquarters with its courtyard and gallery is open to the public and offers workshops, let’s see if we can catch one!!

We now walk through an area known as the Heritage Area with various restored buildings, in the central square is the Souk Al Arash, you know that I always love to visit the local markets and this is the first in the city, so let’s see the wonderful fruits, vegetables and especially spices to cook a delicious traditional dish later.

Ahead we can see the AL Hisn Fort, which was the place of residence of the leaders and was built in 1820. Let’s go inside… and finally, we can’t stop going to the Al Noor Mosque, it’s worth it!!!

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Kingston,in

KINGSTON, JAMAICA

 

The Bob Marley´s House

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Hello, I am glad to greet you, I am Yael Yancelson and today we are going to the most precious jewel in the Caribbean, we are flying to Kingston Jamaica, so breathe, close your eyes, give me your hand and let yourself be guided, we begin!

Kingston was founded in 1692 as the new home for the survivors of the earthquake that destroyed Port Royal. It is the capital of Jamaica and its largest city, located on the southeast coast of the island of Jamaica. Kingston is Jamaica’s seat of government and commercial capital, known for its cultural, educational, and entertainment options. Jamaica is a natural paradise in the middle of the Caribbean. It is not only because of its dreamy beaches, white sand, and turquoise water, but also because of its mountains, forests, and lakes: authentic wonders of nature. Traveling to Jamaica means visiting a tropical island full of stunning places but also delving into the Rastafarian culture, reggae, and the places where Bob Marley lived. Without forgetting its past marked by colonization and slavery. Perhaps the singer Bob Marley and the athlete Usain Bolt are two of Jamaica’s most famous characters.

Let’s go to the Bob Marley Museum which brings together objects and memories of the reggae legend. It is located in what had been the home of the singer. His birth house can also be visited. Located in the village of Nine Miles, near Ocho Ríos, it is a place of pilgrimage for the Rastafarian movement. It has been converted into a museum and is home to Marley’s mausoleum, accompanied by a guitar, a bible, and a soccer ball. Rastafarian culture is a unique fusion of African cultural traditions and Caribbean cultural influences. The Rastafarian community arose in a context of poverty and oppression, and its members identify as descendants of indigenous Africans who were forcibly displaced to Jamaica by slavery and colonialism. It has adopted the red, gold, and green colors of Africa, and can be easily identified by the traditional hand-woven tam (referred to as a “crown”), scarves, and other adornments, as well as traditional dreadlocks (braids). that many carry. The Rastafarian community finds its most immediate association with the creation and spread of reggae. At the root of this distinctive music is the oral testimony of the Rastafarian struggle to preserve their religious and cultural identity in Jamaica. Originally inspired by their experience as marginalized Africans in Jamaica, reggae music has evolved from traditional Rastafarian drum rhythms and the community’s spiritual ideology, and without a doubt, its most famous representative is this Jamaican named Bob Marley.

Now let’s enter the National Art Gallery, where there are exhibitions on the history of Jamaican art and with the best artists on the island. There is a fantastic bronze statue of Bob Marley on the ground floor and works by Dunkley John, David Miller, and McLaren Sidney, sculptures by Edna Manley, and modern pieces by Tina Matkovic, Colin Garland, and Reynolds Mallico and Kapo.

We continue walking very comfortably to find Kings House, which is the official residence of the Governor General, it is a huge and ostentatious house, have you seen it? It also has 200 hectares of gardens known as Hope Gardens and curiously I found the only Synagogue on the island here in Kingston at the intersection with Charles Street and it belongs to the United Congregation of Israelites Now to finish let’s go to the bay where the port is located from Kingston, to visit Port Royal. Did you know that it has the nickname of the “wickedest city in the west” and that it was once the land of pirates? A great earthquake destroyed it in 1692 and now the sea is full of archaeological treasures that you can explore by diving. In Port Royal, we can also see a 17th-century fort, Fort Charles, built by the English after taking the island. What a magnificent color palette we are appreciating!

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And that is how we leave this beautiful and interesting region of the planet with the desire to return. We will travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world, to discover, enjoy and fly with our imagination, I wait for you every Friday and I ask you if you like me Share the content with your friends and give me a like and a review of your comments because with that you help me a lot to raise the ranking of this podcast, ALTERNATIVE REALITY A UNIQUE AND DIFFERENT SPACE THAT CREATES COMMUNITY. We make a difference. And as I always tell you when helping others, we mainly help ourselves. If you want to know what the Include Me Foundation does for the labor and social integration of people living with intellectual disabilities, enter the link:

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Kyoto

KYOTO, JAPAN

 

THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CITY IN JAPAN

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Hello, I am glad to greet you, I am Yael Yancelson and today we are going to a city with truly amazing landscapes and a very interesting culture. We are flying to Kyoto in Japan, so breathe, close your eyes, give me your hand and let yourself be guided, we begin!

The country of the rising sun is an archipelago that has no more and no less than 6,852 islands. Today we go to Kyoto, the ancient capital of the country that is famous throughout the world for its refined culture and gastronomy.

 

The first thing we see is one of the most incredible images of Japan surrounded by beautiful gardens where you can calmly contemplate this marvel, the famous Golden Pavilion of Kyoto, its beauty impresses me, and you also feel a lot of serenity in the environment and in your own architecture and is famous for its symmetry and its perfection that Yukio Mishima immortalized in his novel that deals with the life of the Buddhist monk Mizoguchi who is obsessed with the beauty of this monument.

Did you know that Amanohashidate, in northern Kyoto, has long been considered one of the three most spectacular landscapes in Japan?

Let’s move on to the Kiyomizudera temple, on top of a small mountain located to the east of Kyoto, what spectacular views there are in this city!! The huge lattice balcony of the temple is one of the best-known images of Japan, if you turn to the right of the main hall of the temple you will see its most famous element, a balcony built on a wooden structure and without nails to the purest Japanese style with a height of 13 meters from the ground. Behind the main hall, there is the Jishu Shrine, known for being a place where people come to pray for fortune in love. In front of the shrine, on the ground, there are two large stones: if you manage to walk from one to the other with your eyes closed, it is said that you will find true love. From the shrine, follow the path and go up to the Okunoin temple, It is very worth it and from there we go to the Otowa waterfalls

These waterfalls, located at the base of the main hall of the temple, run through a small artificial grotto and divide into three streams.

They say that the water from these waterfalls transmits a series of special properties to those who drink it. Drinking water from the stream on the right is good for health, from the one in the center for love and from the one on the left to achieve academic success. Now, you can only drink from one of the streams, so think carefully before making the decision. Which one are you going to drink? I haven’t decided yet…

And now we come to the famous Nishiki market, which although very different from how it was in its origins some 400 years ago, when it was an open-air fish market, still has an amazing agglomeration of vendors in a narrow alley of kilometers and medium long. Let’s walk around and see what we can buy and try around here…

If you like sweets, you can delight yourself with ice cream and soy milk donuts. Other Kyoto delicacies are also sold here such as mackerel sushi, dashimaki Tamago or sweet omelet, which I especially love, pickles of vegetables grown in Kyoto, and the delicate green tea from the city of Uji.

By the way, this green tea from Uji is one of the oldest and most valued in Japan. You’ll find it in small soba restaurants, in temple gardens, and in many other places. Uji offers a multitude of ways to enjoy green tea.

In the heart of the Gion neighborhood, in the historic center of the city of Kyoto, one of the oldest tea houses in all of Japan is located, and we have to live the interesting experience of the tea ceremony, which in Japan is an ancient tradition that comes from directly from the influence of Chinese culture, in which Japanese green tea or matcha tea is prepared, to be served to a small group of guests. It receives the name cha-no-du, which literally means ‘hot water for tea’, while the term chadō, or sadō, is used to name the learning or doctrine of the tea ceremony, which means ‘the path of tea’ in Japanese. The ceremony takes place in a quiet Japanese-style room called a washitsu, typical of Japanese teahouses, with a wooden structure that opens directly onto a small zen garden.

In these rooms, it is normal to find spaces adorned with a tokonoma, which consists of a small altar decorated with kakemonos or decorative scrolls, as well as different flower arrangements depending on the season of the year. If you realize this beautiful ceremony is a very studied choreography, with simple but refined movements, a symbol of beauty and meditation. During the ceremony you must be silent, paying close attention to the preparation, to feel the relaxation of the entire ceremony. The host puts 3 tablespoons of matcha tea in each bowl of Japanese per guest, filling it with a ladle of hot water, pouring out a third, and returning the rest of the water to the container. The mixture is then shaken with a bamboo stirrer, achieving the mixture called koicha. The guests go one by one moving on their knees, to take the bowl, you have to bow to the others, and place the bowl in your left hand holding one of the sides with your right hand. He takes a sip, praises the flavor, and takes another sip or two before wiping the rim with a kaishi napkin, passing the bowl around to the rest of the guests. Once all the guests have finished, the bowl reaches the first, who must deliver it back to the host.

We left to continue walking around Kyoto and look at how cute the Kyo sensu folding fans are made with Japanese tissue paper made by hand and some thin strips of wood, either Japanese cypress or bamboo. These magnificent accessories are used in ceremonies, festivals, and various performances, such as Noh theater, an excellent gift to wear!

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And that is how we leave this beautiful and interesting region of the planet with the desire to return. We will travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world, to discover, enjoy and fly with our imagination, I wait for you every Friday and I ask you if you like me Share the content with your friends and give me a like and a review of your comments because with that you help me a lot to raise the ranking of this podcast, ALTERNATIVE REALITY A UNIQUE AND DIFFERENT SPACE THAT CREATES COMMUNITY. We make a difference. And as I always tell you when helping others, we mainly help ourselves. If you want to know what the Include Me Foundation does for the labor and social integration of people living with intellectual disabilities, enter the

link: www. incluyeme.org and if it moves you and interests you, review how you can support this interesting project.

Thank you for traveling with me, until next week! I am sharing some Amazon affiliate links so you can get essential things for this interesting trip and those you plan to do in the future!!!

I want to thank Fabiola Ruiz Bedolla, our Mexican Sign Language interpreter, and her entire team of collaborators, as well as a very special thanks to Mercedes Obregón, director of the Pedagogical Institute for Language Problems, IPPLIAP. Thank you for joining this project and all of you for making it possible!

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