After spending a few days in Kuching we’ve been able to explore further. To start of our few days we visited the cultural village of Mentu in Sarawak. Luckily the sun was shining for us so we were able to walk around at our leisure. We were introduced to several tribes and sub tribes, the… Read More


Madagascar, the fourth biggest Island in the world, the only country with an endemic Lemur population and home to 5% of all the worlds flora and fauna and is therefore a place rich in biodiversity – it is here I will be spending the next 10 weeks. Strangely enough however, none of these are the… Read More


What a happy week… It’s been incredible in every way imaginable – from adorable school children and thank you ceremonies to an amazing artisan market in Otavalo which blew our minds completely and to end, a goodbye party with people from our amazing community here in Agato. We finished work at the school in Peguche… Read More


So, this week started off with all of us heading of to Montezuma to work with ASVO on their turtle conservation project. I will say the general vibe about going was a negative one as we all felt quite settled at Jakera and now we are going to a new place for 4 days. But… Read More


Hey, my name is Adam and I have volunteered to be a part of the blog for the 2018 January trip to Peru. I left college over a year ago and have been working as a waiter and bartender in a restaurant to raise money for this trip, which in itself has been part of… Read More


Hello again all!  As our last final days here in Havana come to an end and we reflect on our visit here, I can’t help but feel both happy and sad to go; happy because we will see you all very soon and have missed you all very much, and of course, sad to leave… Read More


Tsachila Community:    The Tsachilas, recognizable by their red-dyed hair, live separated, agrarian lives. There is no main Tsachila villiage; the families who are part of the Tsachila community live on their own farms, separated by the jungle from other community members. Therefore, even though the Tsachila “villiage” we stayed at, Búa, was the largest… Read More