Last day in Madagascar

So Madagascar has been a whirlwind. Teaching, island outreach, turtle conservation, and marine research/scuba diving. Saw baby turtles hatching, helped monitor adult green and hawksbill turtles, watched bioluminescent plankton, taught a boy who was deaf and mute, ate lots of beans and rice (an understatement), became both open water and advanced open water scuba certified, […]

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Mora mora

The saying of Madagascar is “mora mora” meaning slowly slowly. They believe in taking life slowly-whether that means waiting one hour for the late boat or two hours for food. Week 2 was a bit of a blur. I was in Ampang on Nosy Komba for most of the teaching week. I now have some […]

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Madagascar

Arrived in Madagascar on Thursday! Limited wifi access so will update as best I can. Staying in a hut with 5 other girls who are all staying 10 weeks so we have nearly no space because we all brought so much. Started with teaching today and think I’ll either do forest conservation or turtle research […]

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