If you leave (El 20), you are not smart

Keywords: Fractal, resilience, children of El 20, sunset, pupils, wood. October 3rd, a very special date for this blog, as it was the last official day in El 20. Part of our team stayed one more night, but Julia, Caro, and I (Claudia) left towards Bacalar and Uxuxubí respectively. I’ve lost count of my visits... Continue Reading →

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Banana ash: Persistent knowledges

Day 6 at El 20 Keywords: Banana ash, knowledges, persistence, rollercoaster, moods, I should have used the baño when I had the chance, spontaneous The day started with Henna waking me up to go and see the sunrise. After overcoming the lull of my hammock, we headed towards the mountain. The way up weaved narrowly... Continue Reading →

N-Y-T-NYT!

Day 3 at El 20 Finland is so far away, and things that are normal here, such as waking up at 5.30 AM voluntarily, would never happen to me at home. This morning I experienced the most amazing sunrise ever, and sharing the moment with team members made it even more special. As the day... Continue Reading →

Culture of Ants

  Day 2 at El 20. Keywords of the day: Culture of Ants, Roots, Calm Breath before the Leap, Discussion (or no discussion), TEAM, Community Some days in El20 are slow – this particular one because we were waiting for sand to arrive from Chetumal. This idle time leaves time for interesting discussion to take... Continue Reading →

Post-disciplinary pink homely beginning

  We arrived to the Ejido 20 de Noviembre late on Thursday evening. Claudia Garduño, the project coordinator, travelled with us from Mexico City. In Chetumal, we had delicious tacos in a street restaurant while waiting for Julia Renko, a previous year ALM labber, to join us. She is writing her Master’s thesis on tourism development... Continue Reading →

@ Mexico!

Cheers! We have safely arrived to Mexico! The last two days we have been busy exploring Mexico City, having workshops together with Mexican labbers and making new friends. Now we are at Chetumal and about to leave to the village of El 20.   The flights were long and exhausting but paella at Madrid was... Continue Reading →

Not just another project trip

Welcome to the first Diary post! Some of us are more interested in reading and writing informative essays related to the project, and others are more excited about feelings, ideas and insights and all the vibes around the adventure. That’s why we have also this Diary -section in the blog; something for everyone! One might... Continue Reading →

From pipe to a filter

This week we have spent hours in laboratory building and testing the filter hydraulics following the example of the article “Performance evaluation of a locally developed domestic drinking water filter” (Bolaji et al, 2010). The filter prototype is ready for hardness removal tests and it’s time to take a look to our lab diary and... Continue Reading →

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