Why Visit: Isalo is the largest national park in Madagascar so you can spend days and days here or pop by for a day and still get to see a variety of what the park has to offer. The park was established in 1962 and features large sandstone formations that have been eroded into beautiful … More Travel Mada: Isalo National Park
I’m not sure what led the first duck to fall into the well. Perhaps it really wanted to play in the water and didn’t realize it wouldn’t be able to get out. I found it swimming around one morning when I went to get water from the well. I then spent several minutes attempting … More POTD: Ducks in a Well
I’m starting a series of posts about parks and locations I’ve been to in Madagascar. Why Visit: Anja Park was established in 1999 and run by the community instead of being a national park. The park is approximately 75 acres and has one of high population densities of ringtail lemurs in the country. The park … More Travel Mada: Anja Park
Being raised to be environmentally conscious and spending the last 6 years studying water I try to limit my water use. Though I suppose the number of pools I’ve swam in over the years may have offset this a bit. Collecting my own water from a well everyday, I’ve become even more aware of my … More What’s my water use?
Due to some ongoing problems with my housing, security, and work in Befotaka I will be moving sites. I’ll be moving to Ambohimanarina in the SAVA region. SAVA is in the northeast part of the country and is where most of the vanilla is grown. While the roads within the region are better than average … More I’m Moving!