Rice is a staple of almost every culture’s cuisine. From South America to Asia farmers carve out terraces allowing various soil types the ability to support rice crops. As often is the case, supply and demand was at the root of the brilliance behind rice terraces. Poor soil, mountainous terrains, and water conservation posed major problems for many cultures around the world until terraced farming was introduced. Carving the fields in terraces prevents erosion as the rain and water runoff accumulate in each terrace, naturally feeding the rice. These fields support livestock, poultry, and the local people and make for breathtaking landscapes. Here is this weeks instalment of Snapshot Monday ~ Rich Rice Paddies.
Written by Marie Hernandez
Marie a digital entrepreneur business coach and expert in sponsored travel. She left corporate 10 years ago and, after a nasty divorce that left her homeless 10 thousand miles away from home, she decided to start over...AT 50! She sold what she could and set off to realize her passion for travel. She's traveled to 53 countries (lived for a while in some of them) all on sponsorship. She created and upscaled her digital business and now choose where and when and with whom she works. She helps other digital entrepreneurs create and launch powerful online offers so they can scale their digital business and enjoy more freedom, money, and impact! She also teaches them how to incorporate sponsored travel into their lives so they can travel longer and farther and explore this gorgeous world.