“The best way to protect the environment is to improve people’s lives”
Thank you for inspiring us to love and preserve the environment, today and tomorrow.
Thank you for teaching us to use natural, environment-friendly and organic stuff. Through these, we can support the community and create a sustainable livelihood.
You inspired me to support LOCAL products, for the community and the country.
Hurghada, Egypt 🇪🇬 .
Scuba diving in Egypt. On our way out to the first dive site we encountered a small boat prowling the waters looking for dive boats to hook up to and bring snacks on board to sell. Not a bad way to spend the day and make a living. The one thing that I would really like to emphasize here is that my iPhone did not do the crystal clear blue waters justice. .
Travel Tip 👙
When it comes to booking Tours, do your research. Know how many people are going to be involved in the tour and what amount of the tour time is spent in transit. It might be worth it to spend a wee bit more in order to travel in a private or smaller group where more time @is spent on the activity rather than picking up group members and waiting time in transit. .
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Die Hainbuche , auch Weißbuche, Hagebuche oder Hornbaum genannt, gehört zur Gattung der Hainbuchen aus der Familie der Birkengewächse. Sie wächst als mittelgroßer, laubabwerfender Baum oder Strauch in Europa und Westasien.
en: The hornbeam, also called hornbeam, hornbeam or hornbeam, belongs to the genus of hornbeams from the family of birch family. It grows as a medium-sized, deciduous tree or shrub in Europe and Western Asia.
fr: Le charme, également appelé charme, appartient à la famille des charmes de la famille des bouleaux. Il se développe comme un arbre ou un arbuste à feuilles caduques de taille moyenne en Europe et en Asie occidentale. #blumen#gardeninspiration#natura#naturliebe#flowerstagram#biodiversité#naturelover#flowerslovers#naturgenießen#plants#naturelovers#gartengestaltung#nature
One of our instructors facilitating an outdoor cooking session on Pulau Ubin for the Raffles Girl's School NPCC girls.
The NPCC girls learn how to set up the cooking gear, prepare their food, cook and dispose of the trash in a safe and environmentally sustainable manner.
From start to end, the students are taught how to cook outdoors and then left to do it own their own with minimal inteference from the instructors.
Such programs impart to students the vital skills needed in an outdoor setting as well as teaching them to be self-reliant and responsible for themselves.
If you are interested in organising such a program for your students, please contact us through email or call us.