Sunday, August 31, 2008
1 cup yoghurt
1 cup sugar
2 cups flour
3/4 cup sun flower oil
1 package vanilla sugar
1 package backing powder
1kg plums (or apricots or nectarines)
1) seperate the yolk from the albumen
2) whisk stiff the albumen
3) mix yolk + yoghurt + sugar + vanilla sugar
4) add slowly the oil
5) add the flower and the baking powder
6) slowly add the whisk stiff
7) put the dough into a pan and place the plums on top
Bake it with 180degrees at least 25 min.
Saturday, August 23, 2008
Tuesday, August 19, 2008
Monday, August 11, 2008
Bodrum Center 26.297
TOWN TOTAL 105.932
VILLAGE TOTAL 25.735
GRAND TOTAL 131.667
Between june and august the population reaches approximately 1.000.000
Statistics taken from
Bodrum Yarimadasinin Cevresel ve Yapısal Gelecegi Sempozyumu, 2008.
Sunday, August 10, 2008
Considering the millions of problems which are affecting the world nowadays, I do belive that the education is the unique and more effective solution to start changing the situation. One of these problems can be found in Gölköy, Bodrum (TR) because of the irresponsible cosume of the local resources by the tourists and the tourist managers. Maybe is a little bit late to recover part of the coast, but not for show next generations how to use and conserve the natural heritage.
One of the most effective methodologies I've ever worked with is the Visual Thinking and I would like to write down some of the webs where you could find more information about it... İt is just one suggestion for beginning:
Marina García Rodríguez
Friday, August 8, 2008
more at http://www.peopleandplanet.net/doc.php?id=1113
Poverty alleviation has become an essential condition for peace, environmental conservation and sustainable development, besides being an ethical obligation in an affluent world, where the divide between poor and rich nations seems to have increased in recent years. According to the UNDP 2006 Annual Report, 2.5 billion people live on less than US$ 2 a day. Despite a growing world economy many people in developing countries are not reaping the potential benefits of globalization.
The potential for tourism to play a significant role in the alleviation of poverty is increasingly recognised by international bodies and national governments. Its geographical expansion and labour intensive nature support a spread of employment and can be particularly relevant in remote and rural areas where many of the poor live. UNWTO statistics show the growing strength of the tourism industry for developing countries. In 2005, international tourism receipts for developing countries (low income, lower and upper middle income countries) amounted to US$ 203 billion. Tourism is one of the major export sectors of developing countries, and is the primary source of foreign exchange earnings in 46 of the 49 Least Developed Countries.
more at http://www.unwto.org/step/index.php