Geography The Madagascar climate is hot and sub-tropical, it is colder in the mountains, while the south and west regions are particularly dry. The island is ringed by white sand beaches and palm trees, and has a diverse inland with plateaus, volcanoes, forests and natural reserves History: The island was first known to Europeans … Continue reading A Week in . . . Madagascar
The Outsiders Letter Essay 12 I just finished reading the book ” The Outsiders” an 180 page realistic fiction novel about a group of boys who live on the “bad” part of town. They alwasy get into trouble but they respect one another equaly and are very loyal to each other. The main character is … Continue reading Brett’s Letter Essay #12: The Outsiders
By: Luke, Nick, and, Andrew Demographics: Culturally and historically, Morocco is an extremely interesting place, but its demographics are intriguing as well. With Rabat as its capital, this country has many appealing stats and facts. According to the OSAC (the Bureau of Diplomatic Security) says that “…crime does not pose a significant threat to Americans … Continue reading A Week in . . . Morocco
By: Rebecca and Sydney LOCATION-Malawi, Africa is located in southern central part of Africa along the western part of the great rift valley. Malawi covers a total of 45,745 sq mi (118,480 sq km). About 17,377,468 people live in Malawi year-round. CULTURE AND RELIGION- The religions in Malawi are Christian 82.6%, Muslim 13%, other 1.9%, … Continue reading A Week in…. Malawi, Africa
By Madigan and Victoria Location: Kenya is located in East Africa and borders Somalia to the northeast, Ethiopia to the north, South Sudan to the northwest, Uganda to the west, Tanzania to the south, and the Indian Ocean to the east. The country straddles the equator, covering a total of 224,961 square miles (2x … Continue reading A Week in Kenya!
Cape Verde, Africa Location Cape Verde is a country made up of ten islands located off the west coast of Africa. Cape Verde is one thousand five hundred fifty seven square miles large in total. The islands are several miles off the coast of Mauritania, and Senegal. Cape Verde is 612 miles from “mainland” Africa. … Continue reading A Week In Cape Verde Africa