Me, on the Bandhavgarh Cliffs, overlooking the tiger park.

Yes, I’ve been to India too! It was actually my first experience in the third world, and as I’ve touched on in a couple of posts, was the benchmark for how poor a country was. I plan on writing some fun travel narratives about the short two-week trip I had, visiting tiger parks and learning about tiger conservation efforts.


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About Mike

Mike aspires to be a non-traditional mix of Epidemiologist and Medical Anthropologist that analyses incidence and prevalence of health disparities in a social and biological context, and applies his findings to advocate for health development efforts in the third world.

Mike does freelance writing assignments, and is available to answer any question you might have regarding his services or his blog.

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