From the Chemainus River’s potholes, to the Fraser Canyon, and finally to Africa’s Rift Valley, welcome to Kenya’s “Hell’s Gate”. And it’s definitely something to write home about. This was […]
I came home to a surprise on Tuesday – Paul (our security guard) and Fredrick (our gardener) were standing outside the gate investigating a chameleon. I had recently accepted the […]
Greetings from the motherland! (THE motherland). I’ll do a proper intro blog later, but first let me introduce you to my office mates – the non-human ones. Depending upon your […]
I thought I’d throw in a few of Pauline Gabant’s amazing photos – they capture the howlers and their “personalities” pretty well!
These aren’t exactly the “highlights” in the normal sense, but I thought I’d recount some rather priceless moments from this experience… #10) THE DRAMATIC FIELD WIPE-OUTS. These almost exclusively involve […]
It does seem unfair to judge an animal by its cuteness, but with tlacuaches, it’s unavoidable. Here are some better pictures of the three (four) species we’ve seen. COMMON OPOSSUM […]
The following tips are compiled from my experience thus far in Palenque. Perhaps on my next trip I’ll take all of my advice, but for now the athletic wear and […]