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Introducing the Galapagos field course 2020

This blog will be following the 3rd year 2020 Field Trip in the Galàpagos Islands, tackling problematics of environmental awareness & cultural appreciation, with a focus on how we, and you, can travel as sustainably as possible. Firstly, a touch of history. The Galàpagos played an iconic part in outlining the Evolutionary Theory, which provides…

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nl341    January 2nd, 2020    Galapagos    , , , ,

#FieldYukonAlaska – the best bits!

Field Yukon Alaska has drawn to a close – and I’ve been so caught up in the most incredible experience of my life that there has only been 2 blogs! Don’t worry though, here’s a big one to sum it all up! Hiking the Auriol Trail The Auriol trail is a 15km loop hike through…

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saap201    September 30th, 2018    Yukon    , ,

The excitement is building for Yukon & Alaska…

It’s only a couple of days to go until a group of us head off to some of the wildest spots in North America – and no, I’m not talking about Vegas. Instead, we will be heading away from the cities, deep into the bear country of Alaska and Canada’s Yukon Territory for 2 weeks…

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saap201    September 7th, 2018    Yukon    , , , , , ,

Thanks for the Memories

Leaving came so suddenly… we packed up the dorms in one whirlwind afternoon and then before we knew it, we were crammed onto that tiny plane waving goodbye to the lecturers as we left our little island paradise.  We learnt, saw and did so much, and living there has inspired us in many different ways…

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eo271    January 30th, 2018    Bahamas    , , , , , , ,

Competition Time!

Throughout the course, we had all been armed with a selection of cameras, GoPros and, of course, smartphones.  We certainly hadn’t been short of subjects to photograph, either – all of us combined must have taken thousands of pictures!  On our final day, we collated the best of these and submitted them for a competition…

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eo271    January 23rd, 2018    Bahamas    , , , , , , , ,