Video content seems to be doing way better than photo content. The reason behind that is more than just clear. People enjoy watching moving content which explains itself, rather than staring at a picture, trying to figure out what the creator(s) is (are) trying to say with it.
Since today is the day I head back home, I decided to wake up late and shower late. Actually, I woke at 6 but went back to sleep. Around 8 I finally managed to roll — yeah I said “roll" — out of my hammock and took a bath. Everything went into my backpack and suitcase. The only thing I kept out was my camera. I mean, duh, I need images.
S U N D A Y, the only day where I wondered what in the world I’d do. This morning, I didn’t really feel like getting up early. In fact, it's Sunday. Even then, I was among the first to be up and heading for a bath. I forgot to mention in my first post that Sergio, one of the guys of the ACT (Amazon Conservation Team), told us where the village got its name from. When the first villagers arrived at the river, they saw a Tortoise (Pelelu) on the top of a rock (Tepu) which kind of looks like an island. It’s easy to climb on top, so it's not really an island.
March 7th, 2018, 11:27 AM, Paramaribo, Suriname; we were supposed to be in the air by now. But I already expected that we'd be departing a while later than planned. We're off to Pelelu Tepu, a Native-American village in the southern parts of Suriname. Together with the head of our organization, I'm leaving to do some research on the Trio tribes as part of our new exhibition.