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Photos from Pakistan: Landslide results in massive lake Collections

Photos from Pakistan: Landslide results in massive lake

The story of disaster from Pakistan’s Hunza Valley continues.BACK IN MARCH, MATADOR Abroad intern Heather Carreiro brought us Update: Pakistan’s Karakoram Highway Blocked by Major Landslide. The massive slide piled into a natural dam on the Hunza River, blocking its flow and creating a large lake that stretched seven miles up-valley.

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Notes from a white girl journalist in Kenya Information

Notes from a white girl journalist in Kenya

Embedded in Kenya, Paige Aarhus talks women’s lib and grrl power on the African continent.THERE ARE A TON OF US around, though I don’t know many personally. I’m based in Nairobi but I’m not an A-lister — like, I don’t work for a wire or a big-name Western news network — and while I’ve seen a handful of ladies at foreign correspondents’ night outs, I don’t hang out with them a lot (they intimidate me).

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How to surf Lunch Counter rapid on the Snake River Information

How to surf Lunch Counter rapid on the Snake River

Matador Ambassador Griffin Post and his Jackson crew surfs Lunch Counter wave on the Snake River.I’M NOT A STRONG SWIMMER, nor would I consider myself particularly river savvy, hence river surfing might seem a strange choice for me. However, I am a fan of cheap thrills, and the standing wave on the Snake River (Lunch Counter rapid) just outside Jackson arguably provides the best adrenaline-to-dollar ratio of any summer activity I’ve found in the mountains.

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Photo Essay: Going Inside Brazil’s Prisons Miscellaneous

Photo Essay: Going Inside Brazil’s Prisons

Photographers Michelle Ferng and Danny Thiemann share photos from their project documenting life in Brazilian prisons.Michelle and Danny explain the impetus for their documentary project:Our job was to capture the stories and images related to prison life, the city streets, the courtrooms and the debates shaping the future of Brazil’s legal reform.

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Belarus revisited: Fallout from transparent travel writing Interesting

Belarus revisited: Fallout from transparent travel writing

Editor’s note: Last week, Matador published 6 truths and a lie about Belarus. The rest of the editorial team and I view the piece as a total ‘success’. It created dialogue and web-culture around place. It did not attempt to commodify that place. It was executed in an original and artful manner.(And, as a personal note to Belarus tourism: It made me want to travel to Belarus.

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How to be like Cape Verde Interesting

How to be like Cape Verde

TO THE DEVELOPING NATIONS THE WORLD OVER:You know the mixed blessings presented by tourism. The economic benefit: obvious. But — with success comes a flood of tourists, leaving your citizens jaded and soulless with nothing but shitty jobs running souvenir t-shirt shops and ice cream stands.So, how can your country cultivate such wondrous potential while steering clear of its pitfalls?

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