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Autumn Kittens

Published February 13th, 2013

6 kittens were born at the beginning of autumn. By the season's end 3 had died and 3 were adopted.

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Karimunjawa - Where's Paradise? Episode 1.5

Published February 13th, 2013

Karimunjawa (literally "a stone's throw from Java") is a small archipelago of 27 islands North of central Java, Indonesia. Although only 80km away, the islands are a world apart from the hustle and bustle of Java. Technically most of the islands are part of the Karimunjawa National Park, and even though the Indonesian interpretation of "national park" can be sometimes questionable, their beauty is not; they are for the most part still pristine.

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Our Perfect Kitten

Published July 27th, 2012

He called us.

He was up in a tree in front of our apartment building and came down when he saw us. We brought him in to give him some food. He immediately behaved like our house was also his. In half an hours time he was already using a big pot from one of our plants as his toilet.

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Where's Paradise? Episode 1: Nusa Lembongan

Published July 10th, 2012

For most people in the western world, the word paradise conjures images of small tropical islands with white sandy beaches and coconut groves (check out an image web search for paradise and take a look at the results if you don't trust this assumption). But what’s it really like for the people living in the places we envision as paradise?

Where’s Paradise? is a series that puts these two notions side by side, the mostly undefined vision of paradise that we have when looking at images of small untouched tropical islands, surrounded by calm azure seas and the actual lives of the actual people that live in these often remote places.

Episode 1 - Nusa Lembongan

Bali is a lot of people’s idea of a perfect tropical island, great landscapes, magnificent beaches, lush jungles, an intricate and truly exotic culture with a unique belief system and an elaborate set of rituals. The first lines in a Lonely Planet article on Bali’s top 25 experiences reads: The mere mention of ‘Bali‘ evokes thou ...

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