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Pushing Limits in Bolivia's Mountains

La Paz, Bolivia (18/03/2013)

I am terribly sorry for the ridiculously long post this time around! It has been an action-packed past few weeks!

I vaguely knew what I was signing up for when I chose Quest Overseas, but the expedition phase was one area perhaps a little more grey than the rest :) 2,596 more words

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Welcome to Belize!

This past summer, my big trip was to Belize (and Guatemala for a few days). It’s really a major benefit of being a teacher … and let’s be honest, without summer vacation, I would not be a teacher. 190 more words

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Inga Alley Cropping  — Dance with Plants

Many Central American farmers still practice damaging slash-and-burn farming: slashing through rainforest and burning down patches in order to expose fertile soils to grow crops on.

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San Padro La Laguna

Well, well,  well…. This blog might be shit because im ass drunk.

The lake was a place to get away from crazy ass volcano hikes, booze (ironic right??), city(ish) life, and the heat. 625 more words

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A Weekend at Sihuapilapa Beach

Before heading to the beach with Coco and the family, we had one more day in San Salvador. Trinh and I checked out MARTE, the modern art museum in San Salvador. 332 more words

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How to: Cross the Border from Belize into Melchor de Mencos

From San Ignacio you can take a collectivo to the border for 5-7 BZD. Once you get to the border you have to get out of the car and walk across the border. 327 more words

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Inga Alley Cropping 

Many Central American farmers still practice damaging slash-and-burn farming: slashing through rainforest and burning down patches in order to expose fertile soils to grow crops on. 588 more words

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