Author: Eric Schreiber

Guatemala Extreme team members on a trek.
Central America

Lote Ocho

The importance of this fight to the community is without comprehension until you see it in their eyes

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Reunited!
West Africa

Looking Forward

They say what you do in life isn’t nearly as important as who you do it with, and this trip was a perfect example of that.

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Working on the Hub's facilities
Hubs

Hub Life

This is something I learned and will never forget: everything is a work in process and must be respected as such.

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SEA Panorama
Southeast Asia

Regarding the Cliche

I do not suddenly feel worldly and cultured. But I do feel that the world, and the beautiful people in it, has changed me.

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Nina and Gabby helping Vinnie build the kitchen maloka’s roof.
South America

Our Adventures in Iquitos

Did you know that Peru has more than 3,000 different varieties of potatoes, frogs able to suck their eyes into their heads to help them swallow food, and is home to the maca root (a natural Viagra)?

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On the trail
South America

Chahuay

Sea level. I miss it, how I take it for granted how easy my body is pre-adapted to such an altitude.

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The Mekong River
Southeast Asia

Awareness and Resilience in Cambodia

Just outside Phnom Penh lie acres of open land that belong to an animal sanctuary. There are thousands of endangered species and animals are who cannot be returned to the wild, usually due to human interference.

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The shore.
South America

Discovering Lima

In Lima we were also introduced by our group leaders, Gordon and Meg, to ‘Puelas’, meaning a group activity of anything from silly games to deep discussions.

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The Town
South America

Puerto Prado

Kokama people inhabited the village and allowed us into their small community for a few days.

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