Carlos on the beach pulling his best piranha impression after discovering a piranha skull in the sand.
Jules holding some local fish our hosts caught - but from her expression you would think that she was the one that caught it!
After a long day of moving sand, we ended our time with a friendly game of volleyball. More games to come!
Alessandra, Audenira (with their freshly braided hair by Annie) going to the worksite on Auvaír’s motorcycle
The faces behind the hands that make our beautiful food.
This was about the size of our hands — the Amazon is full of surprises!
You think this thing looks scary? You should’ve seen our faces.
Our biggest supporters while hauling sand from the beach to the worksite
Locals and SMC DIRTies work together to move buckets and bags of sand
Here in Anã, the locals like Zé always have a smile on their face even while working
After a long morning of working, many people take “sestas” (naps), write in their journals, or wash their laundry
As a team, we are figuring what is the most efficient way to use the ox cart
|A beautiful shot of a boat heading down the Amazon river, taken after a long hard day at work. Shortly after, many of us jumped in to cool off and relax!|
|Robert and Cam on their way to scope out a place to gather sand for the projects back at the posada.|
|Local community member, Zé, has become very close with us DIRTies in the past few days and continues to inspire us everyday.|