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... washing away the nutrients from the soil where crops are grown. Luckily they are realising how important the native forest is, and there is lots of planting of native trees - in fact it's the law in Brazil that land owners have to plant native tree corridors. Another problem is bees cross pollination between crops and native forest, which is destroying the native plants. But now there are new laws to stop crops being planted too close to native jungle areas. 17.11 We have ...
My facebook feed has been flooded with two things yesterday.
Firstly the marriage equality bill has finally been passed in New
Zealand making it the 13th country to do so. This passing means that
same sex couples can now officially marry and share the same rights as
conventional couples. This is a progressive step in New Zealand as the
law finally catches up with an issue that ...
... waterfalls and mountains. I even think I see the tail end of a panther/puma – not sure which, a bigger than average black cat – Jonny wasn’t quick enough to see it so I’m not sure he quite believes me....He maintains is was a monkey...
I think the train conductor feels a bit sorry for us as he comes to point out the main sites and tells us the names of things – the only one I can remember is the ...
... late at just gone 1 am. Tired, fuzzy-headed from lack of sleep, slightly cold and totally disoriented, we stumbled from the bus out into the night.
Luckily for us, we found someone who knew where the hotel was and who pointed us in the right direction. We set off, only to find the man who'd given us directions, running after us to offer us a lift to the hotel, we were so grateful. He dropped us at the door, gave us both a friendly ...
... we had know idea what was going on as they ventured off road into the bushes to try and find this beast! Then we saw the impressive tracks on the road- huge! We also spotted a toucan just chilling peacefully in the tree. I think throughout the entire day we only passed one other car, it was so tranquil and so we could fully appreciate the wildlife on offer in Pantanal, Brazil's wetlands
We stopped at two different sites to go piranah fishing with these fishing rods ...
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