Posts Tagged: Juan-Carlos Goilo

905. “Lastra Riba Tapa” Bike Racing

By Juan-Carlos Goilo We call this activity “lastra riba tapa” (drag on bottom) bike racing. I was blown away by this phenomenon a few years back. I think it’s worth some coverage on this blog, about all things awesome… after

905. “Lastra Riba Tapa” Bike Racing

By Juan-Carlos Goilo We call this activity “lastra riba tapa” (drag on bottom) bike racing. I was blown away by this phenomenon a few years back. I think it’s worth some coverage on this blog, about all things awesome… after

968. Heineken World Bottle “WOBO”: From Beer to Bricks!

Alfred Henry (Freddy) Heineken, grandson of Gerard Adriaan Heineken founder of Heineken International (1864), found himself deeply moved by the poverty he observed when he visited Curaçao in the 1960s. So he set out to put his green bottles to

968. Heineken World Bottle “WOBO”: From Beer to Bricks!

Alfred Henry (Freddy) Heineken, grandson of Gerard Adriaan Heineken founder of Heineken International (1864), found himself deeply moved by the poverty he observed when he visited Curaçao in the 1960s. So he set out to put his green bottles to

969. The Tale of Compa Nanzi and the Spotted Cow (Kompa Nanzi i e Baka Pintá)

The king Shon Arei (“Shon” is a respectful form of address, like Sir or Madam) had a large piece of land filled with stinging nettles. He could do nothing with the land. So he went looking for someone to weed

969. The Tale of Compa Nanzi and the Spotted Cow (Kompa Nanzi i e Baka Pintá)

The king Shon Arei (“Shon” is a respectful form of address, like Sir or Madam) had a large piece of land filled with stinging nettles. He could do nothing with the land. So he went looking for someone to weed