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I’m out... For now

My last day in Puerto Rico was filled with mixed emotions, one being of pain from my obnoxious sunburn. I doubt many other people in Berks County have a sunburn in early March though, so I’ll count myself lucky on that one. 649 more words


Sunburn, Salsa, and Sunflowers

*Credit to Aubrey for the title*

We finished our service at the mangroves yesterday and today was a much needed rest day, which could only mean one thing: BEACH TIME! 261 more words


A Day of Fulfillment

Our day started with uncertainty. Due to the ever-changing weather, we weren’t sure if our beach day would happen today. We woke to a text from Luis that we had another full day of service. 638 more words


Spoiler alert: Today involved a lot of mud

Even after the hurricane, the natural beauty of the remaining mangroves in the wetland was everywhere. A large portion of the wetland was destroyed during Hurricane Maria. 595 more words


Ormoc Mangroves Ecopark - The Newest Travel Destination in Ormoc City

Experience unrefined natural beauty, surrounded by the relaxing view of Mangroves providing spectacular opportunities for the photo enthusiasts. Why go far, where the sea foods cost an arm and leg? 178 more words

Ormoc City

When in Suyac Island

Suyac island Mangrove Eco-park is the first fully-community based Eco-tourism project in line with the city’s thrust on sustainable tourism development. This is the home of the oldest and biggest mangroves particularly sonnertia alba or commonly known as pagatpat specie in Negros Occidental. 96 more words


Marine ecosystems of Belize

The following post is a reflection on a field trip I took to Belize as part of my tropical ecological class. In the marine environments, there were three main ecosystems that we explored; seagrass and sand flats, coral reefs, and mangrove forests. 902 more words

Lauren Schramm