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People in the highlands of Madagascar live mostly from agriculture (dry rice). They live in brick houses – an advantage over housing in the lowlands. The clay soil can be burnt into bricks, who are brought up with more clay … Continue reading
we’re back from Mexico! This is a picture of a cenote or natural sinkhole, which are quite common on the Yucatan Peninsula. Rain caves out the limestone, creating a subterranean ground water system. No cooler place to hang out on … Continue reading
So a funny thing happened. I was just packing for our vacation to Mexico tomorrow (for 10 days). I put together some outfits for different activities that we planned 1, sporty stuff: hiking, looking at ruins, kayaking, swimming (Bikini, longsleeve … Continue reading
There is nothing more constant in life than transience. Our stay here is now slowly coming to an end, and we’ll be moving overseas at the beginning of summer. I am buried in deadlines to wrap up my work here, … Continue reading
People using the Mangoro river in South-Eastern Madagascar to transport goods.
Small things can look intimidating when you come closer. Look at the jaws (mandibles) of these leaf-cutter ants in Panama!