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... body, and the anatomy of teeth. They had maps of the world, even a globe. You might think why on earth would this make me sad? It may sound selfish, but when I think back to Betty's school in Zambia, and how little they had, it make me wish all these donations were going to her school instead. Now I'm not saying this school in Madagascar is a top ten school by any means. It also has many flaws. Although it has a roof, the floor boards are falling in. Although it has ...
... the plan is to take small fragments of coral and attach them to the formation ourselves so that the growth can start. This week I completed my 40th dive and Martin completed his 50th. This means we both have enough dives to apply for any dive internships to become dive masters which is awesome! The man who owns M.R.C.I. Is called Dave. This week he is here checking up on the program. I have not gotten a very positive impression of him. From what I see he is a ...
... there isn't any fun either, but at least you can see where your going. It's purely walking over huge boulders, and basically creating your own path staying near the coastline. Martin loves it, he loves making paths, and climbing over things. Not for me.... Especially not in extreme heat, when every step I take I think if I fall my career could be over. I know this a dramatic approach but it's possible. Saturday before the Black Nadia concert we went to watch a soccer game. ...
... of floor space to put anything, and one of those poor girls will be sleeping on the rat poop bed!! One of the girls here from Australia, Julia has been traveling around quite a bit before and after her her trip here in Madagascar. So she decided to send all of her dive stuff through the post. It has finally arrived and the post office here is asking her to pay an import tax to collect her items. These are all brand new dive items that she has never used ...
... locals about conservation, and especially on turtles, since many are killed here. We are trying to build an artificial reef underwater to promote corals to grow on here so it will continue to be successful and larger. We are going to take part in beach clean ups and educate locals on the effects of the pollution that is being thrown on the beach, and how it effects the Maine life. So pretty exciting, and all very new to us. Wednesday we did our first survey of ...