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Journey to the Heart and Lungs of Madagascar

Today’s blog comes from Sarah Fadika, who works within the Rainforest Alliance sustainable agriculture program. Splitting her time between the Rainforest Alliance’s London office and our… 482 more words

Cocoa

Hardships.

If I’m being completely honest, this last month has been tough. Homesickness hit hard and has been like a lingering cold that you can’t shake. There have been many days that I am tired of taking two minute showers, I would give anything to have my own bed in my own room, and I would love to just get in my car and drive to the grocery store. 489 more words

On-Board

First Time Abroad: Part 1

So I’ve already mentioned this, but I am an International Student in China. Actually, I’ve been in China for almost 4 years now and I’ve met a lot of people, from many different countries, and to sum it up, I can or want to (yes, want to) say I’ve lived so many kinds of culture shock (okay, maybe I’m dramatizing it a little but yeah, it’s kind of true). 375 more words

China

On Madagascar & The Everyday Miracle

I used to believe in coincidence, but I don’t anymore.

After a month at play in a garden of miracles, ascribing mere coincidence to an improbable stream of events just feels stingy and mean. 1,639 more words

Mercy Ships

Catching Up

First of all, thank you for all of the positive feedback I’ve received on my past blog posts! I’m happy that you’ve been enjoying my posts, and I would be happy to write more about certain topics. 1,725 more words

Madagascar crown of thorns

Euphorbia milii (crown of thorns, Christ plant, Christ thorn), from Madagascar

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