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Summer in Hokkaido - Part 3: Flower Power (Furano, Bei Bei)

Regardless of season (perhaps with the exception of winter), the towns of Furano and Bei Bei are a must see because they are home to all the picturesque flower farms as well as fruit farms. 2,813 more words


Early Spring Trail Report (Southern Section)

The Southern Section of the West River Trail is emerging from the grip of winter’s snow and ice. Though patches of snow still hug the trail, the muddy sections are a sure sign of early spring.  43 more words

West River Trail

Reason I love Western Ghats #Part II

In continuation of a post on the Western Ghats  written long back, presenting a photo story of this magical place. It takes a thousand words to describe one picture and my words are really not sufficient to describe how astounding this hill range is in monsoon season. 423 more words


Otter Sculpture

We have an amazing new addition to our #lochdonswannaturetrail. Thank you to The Mull Otter Group for developing and sharing learning with us and helping to protect our otters in their natural environment.


Wild about Scotland Bus…Scientific Explorers

When the wild about Scotland bus visited we had a fun filled afternoon connecting with the natural world; pond dipping and exploring our envionment. We were confdent individuals when we used our critical curiosity skills to identify and analyse the characteristics of animals and their habitats. 14 more words


Curious Pairs of Eyes. And Other Drama on Honeymoon Island.

On Friday morning I took my new ‘lens baby’ out for a long hike on Honeymoon Island. Dylan and I wanted to check on the progress at the many osprey nests we had spotted on our end January… 550 more words


Munnar and its burgeoning tea plantation industry

As the first rays of dawn kissed the porch of the little house, my father woke us up to witness the beautifully lit morning sky that greeted us. 847 more words