We’ve arrived in Sri Lanka – a tropical paradise 🏝. There are great waves, beautiful beaches, awesome fruit trees and delicious S P I C Y food ! 🌶 In fact, Sri Lanka is known for its high quality spices, including clove, cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg, curry leaves and much more ! We’re in Midigama, located on the Southern tip of the island. We’re staying in … Continue reading Spices of Sri Lanka
A few weeks ago I went to visit Captain Pat. Captain Pat lives in Kona on the other side of the island and kindly allowed me to stay the night in his cabin by the beach so I could make it to the Surfrider Foundation catamaran party on a Sunday morning. We talked about Hawaii, marine ecosystems, fishing, ocean degradation etc… Below are a few sound … Continue reading Captain Pat, the ocean and the fish.
This past week has flown by, and the highlight is definitely the surfing and big wave watching! As hurricane Ignacio came by I had a chance to surf at ‘Bayfront’– a spot that usually doesn’t get waves. I wasn’t sure where to park, but as I spotted a few people with boards I stopped my car, and quickly followed two guys out. It was a long … Continue reading Hawaii Week 3
A few links to Plastic Tides in the News: Cornell Sustainable campus: “A kickstarter campaign to stem plastic pollution“ and “Cayuga Lake SUP CUp presents: The Canal“ Today in Bermuda: “Plastic Tides Team Returns to Bermuda“ Cornell Daily Sun: “Erie Canal“, “A plastic-free campus“ SUP the Mag:” video“ Stand UP Journal:” PLastic Tides: protecting our waterways through Stand UP Paddle boarding“ Ithaca Journal: ‘We’re probably drinking plastic’ and “Are Dangerous … Continue reading Plastic Tides in the Press. Timeline: 1 year !
YOu can find out more about this expedition by following our mini-episodes here Plastic Tides in the News: Cornell Sustainable campus: A kickstarter campaign to stem plastic pollution and Cayuga Lake SUP CUp presents: The Canal Today in Bermuda: Plastic Tides Team Returns to Bermuda Cornell Daily Sun: Erie Canal, A plastic-free campus SUP the Mag: video Stand UP Journal: PLastic Tides: protecting our waterways through Stand UP … Continue reading Plastic Tides In Bermuda