Posts Tagged ‘Dead Wheat’

A Chance at Life: Panama, Fall 2009

Posted Jan 07 in Trip Recaps by No Comments

Hiking through the jungle, climbing mountains… My trip to Panama was amazing. And what I learned there changed my perspective on the world.

The Aqueduct

Posted Jan 04 in Articles by 1 Comment

On a trip to a remote jungle village, I learned a valuable lesson about social justice…

Comfort

Posted Jan 01 in Travel Journals by 4 Comments

After facing hunger, exhaustion, pain and thirst in Panama, I learned a lot about the true meaning of comfort…

Breathe

Posted Dec 26 in Articles by 9 Comments

After seeing a hut wreathed in smoke, I discovered a surprising new injustice in the mountains of Panama…

Photo Gallery: The Hike

Posted Dec 23 in Photos by 4 Comments

What seemed like a challenging adventure to me was simply a part of everyday life for the villagers we met along the way…

Fruitless Land

Posted Dec 17 in Articles by 3 Comments

In the once fertile ground of Panama, farmers struggle to grow crops and starve. One organization seeks to change all that…

The Harvest

Posted Dec 05 in Travel Journals by 7 Comments

By harvesting rice with my host family in Panama, my whole perspective on food began to change…

Photo Gallery: Starting Over

Posted Dec 02 in Photos by 7 Comments

In a land devastated by deforestation, a new generation of children is working to undo the past…

A Land of Extremes

Posted Nov 29 in Articles, Travel Journals by 5 Comments

From the filthy rich to the desperately poor, Panama is a country full of disparity…