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Welcome to the Jungle

The Amazon Rainforest is one of the most biodiverse places on the face of the Earth. The North Ecuadorian Amazon, known as the Cuyabeno Reserve consists of a network of rivers, lagoons and periodically flooded Rainforest and is one of the most easily accessible, enjoyable and affordable sections of the vast expanse of jungle. 1,542 more words

The loss of low-lying islands in the Pacific: report in the New Scientist by Alice Klein

Those who have visited this website before will know that I have been keeping a record of island nations which are currently suffering due to sea-level rise.   598 more words

Dynamic lagoons of Arctic Alaska: getting a baseline

The National Park Service has produced a video on lagoon fisheries ecology research  in Cape Krusenstern National Monument and Bering Land Bridge National Preserve being led by WCS’s Arctic Beringia program. 27 more words



If you fancy nature, waterfalls, volcanos, lagoons, natural beauty in it’s pure state, you should go to Iceland, but be carefull, if you’re shivery, you might turn into a penguin, it’s freezing cold in there! 906 more words



Within purple coves,
We fall headlong
Into dazzling acidic

Steams rise;
Warning signs
To turn away from
Enchanting waves
That corrode our
Plighted skins
Each ravenous dive.


Not a Drop to Drink *Feb 7, 2017*

At this point, we strayed from the salt flats, falling into a new atmosphere every hour. We first stopped at a small desert town. At the entry, a sort of scarecrow hung from a sign warning thieves to stay away or face “community policing.” After stocking up on water (beer), we continued to a llama farm where llamas roamed free, and we chased them down for selfies. 651 more words

Tulum - Felipe Carrillo Puerto

Pro-tip: Drinking too much alcohol the night before a demanding bike trip is not recommended.
Pro-tip 2: Neither is eating new/sketchy/street food. Make sure you have at least 12 hours to get the worst out before starting to bike. 674 more words