Posted by: Hereandthere40 | March 25, 2016

Sentirse Bendecido

DIANA

Posted by: Hereandthere40 | May 11, 2015

World Population By Continent Pie Chart 2015

These statistics show the percentage distribution of the global population as of early 2015 – by continent.  As of 2015, well over half of the humans on earth, or about 60.11 percent of the population were living in Asia.

By 2100, Africa’s population will close in on Asia’s – changing this graph significantly.

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Posted by: Hereandthere40 | April 27, 2015

The 12 Most Violent Cities In The World 2015

1/3 of global homicides take place in Latin America, even though the region has less then 10% of the world’s population according to UN statistics. Political corruption, poverty, narco-trafficking, and gang violence contribute to the disproportionate numbers. This study and statistics were put together by the Mexico’s Citizens’ Council for Public Security and Criminal Justice. This list does not include cities below 300k populations, nor deaths in warzones – some cities may not be represented on the list due to these factors. Note: The US cities that cracked the top 50 were St. Louis #19, Detroit #22, New Orleans at #28, and Baltimore at #40.

Rank City Homicides per 100,000 Residents
1 San Pedro Sula, Honduras 171.20 homicides per 100,000 residents
2 Caracas, Venezuela 115.98 homicides per 100,000 residents
3 Acapulco, Mexico 104.16 homicides per 100,000 residents
4 João Pessoa, Brazil 79.41 homicides per 100,000 residents
5 Distrito Central, Honduras 77.65 homicides per 100,000 residents
6 Maceió, Brazil 72.91 homicides per 100,000 residents
7 Valencia, Venezuela 71.08 homicides per 100,000 residents
8 Fortaleza, Brazil 66.55 homicides per 100,000 residents
9 Cali, Colombia 65.25 homicides per 100,000 residents
10 São Luís, Brazil 64.71 homicides per 100,000 residents
11 Natal, Brazil 63.68 homicides per 100,000 residents
12 Ciudad Guayana, Venezuela 62.13 homicides per 100,000 residents
Posted by: Hereandthere40 | November 14, 2013

Plaza Botero–Medellin, Colombia

Plaza Botero--Medellin, Colombia

Straight away off from the train, Plaza Botero is a vibrant surprise. Full of locals chillin, tourist snapping photos, children playing, empanadas frying–sensory overload.

Posted by: Hereandthere40 | May 4, 2013

Countries with the Highest Gas Prices 2013

Countries with the Highest Gas Prices 2013

Below are the countries with the most expensive (average) gas prices at the retail pump for 2013.  This data was reported from the Bloomberg Gas Price Ranking. The United States does not have it so bad after all.

  1. Turkey            $9.89/gallon

  2. Norway           $9.63/gallon

  3. Netherlands   $9.09/gallon

  4. Italy                $8.87/gallon

  5. Portugal         $8.82/gallon

  6. Greece            $8.62/gallon

  7. Sweden           $8.50/gallon

  8. Belgium          $8.41/gallon

  9. France             $8.38/gallon

  10. Denmark        $8.15/gallon

Which country has the highest gas price? tURKEY HAS THE HIGHEST PRICE PER GALLON. NORWAY HAS THE SECOND HIGHEST GAS PRICES IN THE WORLD. WORLDS HIGHEST GAS PRICES. WHICH COUNTRY HAS THE MOST EXPENSIVE GASOLINE? DO AMERICANS PAY HIGH GAS PRICES? TOP TEN HIGHEST GAS PRICES IN THE WORLD 2013. TOP 10 COUNTRIES WITH THE HIGHEST GAS PRICES. top ten countries with the highest gas prices. 
Posted by: Hereandthere40 | May 4, 2013

Countries with the Cheapest Gas Prices 2013

Countries with the Cheapest Gas Prices for 2013

The following countries ranked 1 through 10 with the cheapest (average) gas prices per gallon at the retail pump for 2013.  This data was reported from the Bloomberg Gas Price Ranking.

  1. Venezuela      .06cents/gallon

  2. Saudi Arabia  .45cents/gallon

  3. Kuwait            .81 cents/gallon

  4. Egypt              $1.14/gallon

  5. U.A.E              $1.77/gallon

  6. Iran                $2.15/gallon

  7. Nigeria           $2.34/gallon

  8. Malaysia        $2.36/gallon

  9. Mexico           $3.22/gallon

  10. United States $3.29/gallon

 

Cheapest gas in the world.  Which country has the cheapest gas in 2013.  Saudi Arabia has the second cheapest gas in the world. Venezuela have the cheapest gas in the world.  USA has the 10th cheapest gas in the world.  Where does the United States rank with cheap gas prices.  Top ten countries with cheapest gas.  Top 10 countries with the cheapest gasoline. 

Posted by: Hereandthere40 | April 20, 2013

Rest In Peace Uncle Ken

Rest In Peace Uncle Ken

Posted by: Hereandthere40 | April 20, 2013

OHIYESA

OHIYESA

Posted by: Hereandthere40 | April 13, 2013

2013 Most Dangerous Cities in the World

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Latin America leads the league with the most dangerous cities for 2013.  Dropping completely off from the list this year are: Mosul, Iraq, Johannesburg, South Africa, and Panama, Panama.  I’m assuming this is due to security improvements, economic growth, and of course good old number fudging in certain cases.  Once again, Mexican and Brazilian cities plague the list.  The poll was conducted by Seguridad, Justicia and Paz, a Mexican firm.  Each year many bloggers question the validity of this poll due to the lack of Asian and African cities.  None the less, it points out that Latin America has some serious work to do in dealing with drug trafficking, security, policing, and judiciary evolution.  

2013 MOST DANGEROUS CITIES

Ranking

City

Country

Homicides

Population

1

San Pedro Sula

Honduras

1,218

719,447

2

Acapulco

México

1,170

818,853

3

Caracas

Venezuela

3,862

3,247,971

4

Distrito Central

Honduras

1,149

1,126,534

5

Torreón

México

1,087

1,147,647

6

Maceió

Brazil

801

932,748

7

Cali

Colombia

1,819

2,294,653

8

Nuevo Laredo

México

288

395,315

9

Barquisimeto

Venezuela

804

1,120,718

10

João Pessoa

Brazil

518

723,515

11

Manaus

Brazil

945

1,342,846

12

Guatemala

Guatemala

2,063

3,062,519

13

Fortaleza

Brazil

1,628

2,452,185

14

Salvador (y RMS)

Brazil

2,391

3,642,682

15

Culiacán

México

549

884,601

16

Vitoria

Brazil

1,018

1,685,384

17

New Orleans

United States

193

343,829

18

Cuernavaca

México

359

640,188

19

Juárez

México

749

1,339,648

20

Ciudad Guayana

Venezuela

578

1,050,283

21

Detroit

United States

386

706,585

22

Cúcuta

Colombia

346

637,302

23

São Luís

Brazil

509

1,014,837

24

Medellín

Colombia

1,175

2,393,011

25

Kingston

Jamaica

568

1,171,686

26

Belém

Brazil

1,033

2,141,618

27

Cape Town

South Africa

1,722

3,740,026

28

Cuiabá

Brazil

380

839,130

29

Santa Marta

Colombia

209

461,810

30

Recife

Brazil

1,656

3,717,640

31

Valencia

Venezuela

977

2,227,165

32

Chihuahua

México

367

843,844

33

San Juan

Puerto Rico

185

427,789

34

Goiânia

Brazil

547

1,302,001

35

Puerto Prínce

Haití

495

1,234,414

36

Victoria

México

126

333,517

37

Pereira

Colombia

167

462,230

38

Nelson Mandela Bay

South Africa

415

1,152,115

39

Maracaibo

Venezuela

784

2,212,040

40

ST. Louis

United States

113

319,294

41

Baltimore

United States

217

619,493

42

Curitiba

Brazil

597

1,751,907

43

Oakland

United States

131

395,817

44

San Salvador

El Salvador

744

2,290,790

45

Macapá

Brazil

160

499,116

46

Durban

South Africa

1,065

3,442,361

47

Monterrey

México

1,305

4,230,716

48

Belo Horizonte

Brazil

1,452

4,882,977

49

Brasilia

Brazil

764

2,570,160

50

Barranquilla

Colombia

349

1,186,640

 

Posted by: Hereandthere40 | April 9, 2013

“The most beaut…

“The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and all science. He to whom this emotion is a stranger, who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead: his eyes are closed.” -Albert Einstein

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