With every cave discovery along with the richness that exists in each unique formation, equals a new opportunity for local economy growth and environmental sustainability.
It was a win win situation when I chose to do my caving/camping expedition with Oxalis, an adventure touring company that provides unique jungle-cave experiences in the Phong Nha region, because not only are they involved in caving and research, but the profits they earn are also shared amongst the community through project fundings for septic toilet programs and individual school grants. Their core values is to create a sustainable development, a respectful balance between thriving human conditions and that of nature’s. A good nurturing relationship between humans and Mother Nature could mean the longevity and quality of life for both. Let’s hope that the organization continues to strive for harmony in these jungles and not succumb to over exploitation. Thanks for showing me the way around the dense maze-like Vietnamese jungle! (March 19-21,2019) #caving#jungle#humiditysucks#hangtien#oxalisadventuretours —————————————————————————-
-PS. we used compost toilets using rice husks that totally eliminated odor without use of any chemicals. Loved scooping my husks post-void LOL. Also, spent two nights running around camp searching for bugs, insects, jungle animals, and my toad/frog friends posted here. I got to relive my childhood memories of catching and releasing them. No animals hurt here! 😊
hi friends! i’m back.. again 👋🏼
i just got back from aruba on sunday and i am SO excited to show you what i’ve been up to. for starters, this gorgeous sunset 🙌🏼 if you know me, sunsets are one of my favorite things in the whole world, i never seem to get up early enough for sunrises!
are you a sunrise or sunset type of person? ☀️
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breakdancing at delicate arch. Cos why not?
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↟↟ - A Mountain -
The first question asked in a certain part of a famous book is: What has roots as nobody sess,
Is taller than trees,
Up, up it goes,
And yet never grows?
Every time we look at our Norway pictures we get wistful and would like to go back soon. The cold nights in the campervan at beautiful sleeping places, the sound of the rivers and waterfalls when we're falling asleep, the incredible sunsets and eating pancakes overlooking the mountains. We felt free, our thoughts no longer revolved around the next dates or what else needs to be organized, but only about what we eat that day, or just do anything.
This year is the first time in summer in Iceland and we hope for the same effects.