Monthly Archives: October 2013

The Sounds of life: Paracas

Cold wind blows through my hair as the sun beats down and I begin to take in the world around me. The boat motor slows and we move into an area unlike anything I have ever seen. We are surrounded … Continue reading

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Transitions: The Desert Between

Around noon, in between Nazca lines and Punta San Juan, we stopped the bus ride to do a sound scape. Other than a a driveway with a few trucks in the far distance there was little but dessert in every … Continue reading

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The First Impression: Lima

After months of excitement, weeks of preparation and hours on a plane, we are finally here in Lima, Peru. Other than Niagara Falls I had never been out of the United States until this moment. As we boarded the bus … Continue reading

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The Blame Game

Global warming, sea level rise, land subduction, erosion.  These words are commonly thrown around the media, highly debated, highly researched but rarely understood by the general public.  Many deny the existence of these issues but few can argue that are … Continue reading

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More Than Observing

The last few days of Journey two have narrowed in on the geology, ecology and biology of the areas we are traveling through. For the first time I have been forced to not just enjoy my surroundings but to understand … Continue reading

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The Sandcastle

This morning we began our day watching the National Geographic documentary entitled Earth Under Water. The movie focused on the future for coastal cities around the world and what the earth may become in the next century. While some options … Continue reading

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