Archive for April, 2014

So many ideas to re-purpose things we already have It takes less energy to reuse…

Posted on: April 26th, 2014 by Rambala Jungle Lodge
So many ideas to re-purpose things we already have
It takes less energy to reuse than it takes to make


Growing Minds: How To Create 60 Watt Light Bulbs Using Plastic Water Bottles And Bleach.
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A revolutionary light bulb created by Alfred Moser is saving people all over the world money. As well as being extremely useful in emergency situations and power outages. Such as the one he was in when he invented the light bulb.

Here is a little more information on the gravity light just a little light cuts…

Posted on: April 23rd, 2014 by Rambala Jungle Lodge
Here is a little more information on the gravity light just a little light cuts through the darkness like a laser beam


Jim Reeves: GravityLight: Lighting a Billion Lives | TEDxWarwick
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Jim Reeves is a London based designer and along with Martin Riddiford he has spent four years developing a light that would provide a viable alternative to kerosene and sun-powered lamps for developing nations. GravityLight™ works by harnessing the power of weight and gravity, it is easy to run, low…

having a great time at Rambala Jungle Lodge

Posted on: April 23rd, 2014 by Rambala Jungle Lodge
having a great time at Rambala Jungle Lodge


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tayra

Posted on: April 22nd, 2014 by Rambala Jungle Lodge
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tayra


Tayra - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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The tayra (Eira barbara), also known as the tolomuco or perico ligero in Central America, motete in Honduras, irara in Brazil, san hol or viejo de monte in the Yucatan Peninsula, and high-woods dog (or historically chien bois) in Trinidad, [2] is an omnivorous animal from the weasel family Mustelida…

Check out this Gravity Light Jeff Flynn brought when he brought his family to Ra…

Posted on: April 22nd, 2014 by Rambala Jungle Lodge
Check out this Gravity Light Jeff Flynn brought when he brought his family to Rambala Jungle Lodge. It is really cool and a great idea
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/gravitylight-lighting-for-developing-countries#home. I think the best thing about Rambala Jungle Lodge is the type of people that come to visit us. Thanks again so much Jeff


Tayras were spotted climbing the nearby trees searching for their breakfast. Yo…

Posted on: April 22nd, 2014 by Rambala Jungle Lodge
Tayras were spotted climbing the nearby trees searching for their breakfast. You don't have to hike very far to see some amazing things in the surrounding jungle. The resident sloths are easily spotted, some with their babies. There is tremendous bio-diversity in a jungle environment here at Rambala Jungle Lodge in Panama.


Here is the floor on one of the new cabins I think it turned out great I can har…

Posted on: April 22nd, 2014 by Rambala Jungle Lodge
Here is the floor on one of the new cabins I think it turned out great I can hardly wait to start sanding it down watching the beauty come out of the wood hard to imagine all this wood was cut with a chain saw


Rambala Jungle Lodge’s Facebook Wall 2014-04-21 21:47:44

Posted on: April 21st, 2014 by Rambala Jungle Lodge

Poison vs. venom: What's the difference? - Rose Eveleth
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Would you rather be bitten by a venomous rattlesnake or touch a poisonous dart frog? While both of these animals are capable of doing some serious damage to the human body, they deliver their dangerous toxins in different ways. Rose Eveleth sheds light on the distinction between poison and venom (an…