Newsletter #5 - Greetings from Costa Rica

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Pablo Robles
Pablo Robles
¡Hola!
We arrived in my home country three weeks ago after a stressful and long flight, with Omicron spreading quickly and trying to cope with jet lag. I’m grateful to be here with friends and family, eating all of my favorite stuff and even surfing again after 12 years of not doing it. It felt amazing!
I’ll be heading to Seoul in less than a week to start my journey at The New York Times and to say I’m excited would be an understatement.
I hope you enjoy this month’s content and, of course, Happy Holidays!

Mapping
Inspiration and some design resources
Sarah Morris
Sarah Morris
Interesting reads
Visual journalism
A collection of projects that combine design, data, maps, and the most important thing: a good story.
My top 10 jealousy list of 2021
How Safe Are You From Covid When You Fly? - The New York Times
Visual Explainer: China’s rover makes historic landing on Mars
See How the Dixie Fire Created Its Own Weather - The New York Times
In the Atlantic Ocean, Subtle Shifts Hint at Dramatic Dangers - The New York Times
The Smoke Comes Every Year. Sugar Companies Say the Air Is Safe. | ProPublica
Aerosol transmission of Covid-19: A room, a bar and a classroom: how the coronavirus is spread through the air | Society | EL PAÍS in English
How Olympic Athletes Run: The Difference Between Speed and Distance - The New York Times
Devoured: How China’s Poyang lake was decimated by dredging and sand mining
Adam Ondra Is the World’s Most Accomplished Climber. He May Not Win an Olympic Medal. - The New York Times
Miami’s Surfside Condo Was Flawed and Failing. Here’s a Look Inside. - The New York Times
City observer
Not too much to show this month ironically. I’ve honestly been just enjoying my time here in Costa Rica, especially the beaches. This one is from our trip to Tamarindo, Guanacaste:
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That’s it for now.
Pura vida! See you next year!

Fun fact about me: I use my eyebrows much more than I realise to express myself 😆. Even without speaking.
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