What is more fascinating than a tool from our ancestors? In Colombia, La Chamba is a piece of pottery to prepare food that has been made there for centuries. Named after its origin, La Chamba, Colombia, this pot has a unique look but also a very unique creation process.
The Adventures of Pili donates books to Luis Soriano, better known as El Biblioburro. This is the start of a long-term collaboration to bring books to the central municipalities of the Department of Magdalena in Colombia.
The Adventures of Pili Coloring Books are a great educational tool designed with eye-catching illustrations. Our books inspire little explorers to have fun while nurturing essential fine motor skills as well as observation and creativity. We encourage parents to explore the idea of insects being beneficial for the environment -many bugs are!- while sharing the creative process of coloring.
For many, thinking about Colombia brings the self-inflicted notions by watching Netflix series. But the country´s reality is far from such. Think of a country where one-third of its land is filled with jungles. Rivers such as the Caqueta, the Putumayo, the Apaporis, or the world-renown Amazonas bring life to its inhabitants. But what if I told you deforestation has become up a raising … Read More Planting the Seed for the Up and Coming 200-feet Natural Towers
It’s said that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but what does it include for our friends around the world? Let’s look at 10 different countries & explore how they experience breakfast! By Alexx J. for The Adventures of Pili Photo by Buenosia Carol England: The “Full English” aka the “Fry Up”has eggs, bacon, sausage, black pudding (blood sausage), beans, roasted tomatoes & … Read More Breakfast Around the World
With great honor, I am humbled to announce I have been granted a 2020 Safina Center Fellowship. To be included within a group of highly creative thought-leaders making the case for Life on Earth makes me deeply happy. What it is even more important to me, is how it all started. I crossed paths with Carl Safina in Patagonian waters. We shared conversations, probably … Read More Safina Center Fellow