Top 3 Eco-Resorts: Trippin’ Green — Trippin’ Easy

When we think of Earth Day, we think of eco-trippin’. Checking in to resorts that use sustainable products, source local goods, and really do their part to help keep our Earth at its best, is what we like. Many resorts now even have solar panels, which help to cut down on unnecessary use of electricity….

Tarzan and Jane, eat your heart out — journeytotheriverseablog

Halo semua (‘Hello everyone’ in Indonesian)! Sorry that it’s been a while, as you’ll read i’ve been super busy! Picking up from where I left off, we arrived in Yogyakarta (or Jogja as it is known as by the locals) and after settling in at the hotel, we went for a wander around the local […]…

South African Travel Tips when Visiting Gauteng — travelmightyworld

Gauteng is the smallest province in South Africa, is also its industrial, financial and commercial hub and a gateway to southern Africa. It was here where the cradle of humankind is found, where gold was discovered, apartheid fell, the new constitution was written and Nelson Mandela was inaugurated as President. A hefty history for any […]…

Eqi Glacier Lodge — Travel Gourmand

After spending two hours oohing and ahhing in front of the magnificent Eqi Glacier, our boat took a 180 degree turn and headed towards Port Victor. Those of us who booked overnight stays in the Ice Camp/Glacier Lodge disembark. We had five minutes to complete the process and reach the safety zone. The lodge is…

Designing an Island — Moss & Fog

Architects often create presentations and bids for projects, and are pitted against other firms to win the work. But rarely do firms get the chance to design an entire island. There was recently a winner for the South Sea Pearl Eco-Island competition. The entirely new island is to be built in the Chinese Bay of…

Travel Tips for Vegans: A Twitter Chat — Chronicles of a Travel Addict

It’s been almost three years since I decide to leave vegetarianism behind and dive all the way into veganism. Fueled with a passion for animal rights and a curiosity for culinary diversity throughout the world, I brought together my love for travel with my new way of life. I became not just an ethical traveler, […]…

Why I support sustainable, responsible travel — Thirdeyemom

“The traveler sees what he sees, the tourist sees what he has come to see”. – Gilbert K. Chesterton Although I have traveled all my life, sometime in my late twenties I became a traveller. For most of my life I had been more of a tourist trying to rush around the world seeing as…

Treehouse Suite / Deture Culsign, Architecture+Interiors — Sig Nordal, Jr.

© The Cubic Studio Architects: Deture Culsign, Architecture+Interiors Location: Guerrero, Mexico Area: 65.0 sqm Project Year: 2015 Photographs: The Cubic Studio , Leonardo Palafox Management Company: Playa Viva S de RL de CV Owner: David Leventhal © The Cubic Studio From the architect. Stroll the one-mile beach of this 12-key 200 acre eco-resort, and what […]…

Khataland Yofomat Pro Professional Foldable Yoga amp Pilates — Yoga Fever

View product details http kiloo us skimus 2 com B00D69P2GO detail As featured in Real Simple Spa magazines and more As seen on Tv today Show Patented Yofomat is the one and only foldable yoga for professional and Pilates practice anywhere Superior Performance Yofomat features high density cushion non skid surface slip resistant even with […]…

The Bare Necessities: Gunung Leuser National Park — Angela Jelita Richardson

Trekking Gunung Leuser National Park in North Sumatra in search of endangered orangutans in another world. Ever since Leonardo DiCaprio hit local and international news headlines with his short but sweet visit to North Sumatra’s Gunung Leuser National Park, I couldn’t stop thinking about the place. It wasn’t only the 41-year-old actor-cum-environmentalist who drew me […]…

Saving Turtles and Eco-Travel — EcoAdventureTravel Blog

The BBC World News had an interesting article about saving Turtles in the wild in Sri Lanka. I have personally seen Sea Turtle hatcheries in Costa Rica, and in Mexico, and in general they provide a safe space for turtles to lay their eggs, in a protected area, and return to the ocean once hatched […]…

Entranced by the Rio Muchacho — 8duffels2mutts

Our Visit to a Sustainable Organic Ranch. When our family looks for day trips and travel excursions, we do so with two young children in mind. Our children are small, just 2 and 4 years old. Family friendly activities are important for the pleasure of each of us, yet we strive to find unique […] via…

Panama Travel Budget for a Family of Four —

Gone are my budget travel days when I would walk from hostel to hostel looking for the cheapest price. We aren’t super budget travelers anymore, but at the same time, we want to get the best value for our money. We don’t care about super high end restaurants or hotels, but do want mid-priced, well […]…

Top 10 New Zealand Travel Bucket List — Pencil Philosophy

Today, ‘only’ 175 days are left until my departure to New Zealand. Until then, I’ll be glued to my computer in order to write my thesis. In the mean time, all I’ve got to keep me going are my plans for New Zealand. The list of things I want to do there is endless, but […]…

The Ultimate Bucket List — Stories of adventure

Since starting our blog we have had some serious travel jealousy of some of these amazing trips we have seen people do! It is so inspiring to read and see everyone’s experiences, and we began to talk about where we both wanted to go and what we wanted to do in the future. So we…

Things to do in Luxembourg —

Luxembourg is a small European country surrounded by Belgium, France and Germany it is ranked as one of the wealthiest countries. I hadn’t heard much about it before visiting and was pleasantly surprised by Luxembourg. The city is a UNESCO world heritage city full of fortresses castle and old medieval buildings. Kaale Kaffi This is…

Luxembourg Travel Guide —

Cost of Luxembourg Things to see and do General travel tips The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is a affluent little country with a beautiful mélange of Luxembourgish (yes, a real language) German and French languages and culture that can be completely undressed in a few days. It’s capital city – a formidable fortress built with […]…

5 days in Iceland- Travel Plan —

As some of you may already know from reading my travel bucket list; visiting Iceland is my longest standing dream. It’s a place I have longed to go since I can remember, and I feel like I could cry every time I see a photo from this beautiful country. Therefore, when my husband presented me…

FEMINIST FRIDAY — Haddon Musings

The following is an article that first appeared in the New York Times about Yusara Mardini who is representing Syria in the Rio Games. This is one amazing young woman who has overcome overwhelming adversity to reach this achievement. She Swam to Escape Syria. Now She’ll Swim in Rio. By CHARLY WILDERAUG. 1, 2016 Yusra […]…

Travel Time: Backpacking light — khtraveltime

When embarking on a backpacking adventure it’s important to try and travel as lightly as possible for a few reasons. Firstly, if you’re backpacking you’re most likely flying with budget airlines. These airlines charge an arm and a leg for checked baggage, often more than the cost of the flight itself. In addition these airlines […]…

Spain Travel Guide — 011now’s blog

Spain is one of the world’s most desired travelling destinations, a beautiful country with a diverse culture and a very interesting people. With a land surface of 504,782 square kilometers and a population of 47 million, Spain is an old colonial empire, with off shore territories which include Ceuta, Canaries, Balearics and Melilla. If you […]…

Sunday Snapshot: charitable views of men — Riddle from the Middle

“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one’s lifetime.” – Mark Twain via Sunday Snapshot: charitable views of men — Riddle from the…

Chicco Canada TravelSeat Hook-On Chair —

The weaning stage can be such a fun time for children. It’s a milestone in a child’s life that includes the exercising of motor skills, and exploring a new world of flavours and textures with their senses. Weaning is not a stage that is restricted to the home, as some families enjoy eating out, going […]…

Canada Travel Diary — simplyfanaa

Hello everyone! If you haven’t noticed on my Instagram page, I recently traveled to Canada for vacation and I had an amazing time there. via Canada Travel Diary — simplyfanaa

Canada Travel Guide — 011now’s blog

Today’s article is about Canada, which is one of the most beautiful countries in the world and yet, not so hot as far as tourist destination go. If you’re wondering why, well, I don’t really have a valid explanation. But, if you remember that awesome scene from South Park, the song about “Blame Canada, it’s […]…

Canada Travel Tips — Ecto Travel Blog

Canada travel tips are basically meant to inform travelers about various necessities which they have to have before entering the country. The following are some Canada travel info: Registration Travelers should register to the State Department so that they receive assistance in the situation of requirement. Free online registration facility is being made available by […]…

Canada, travel, ultimate & marathons — Dietitian Abroad

Yikes! It’s even longer than I realized since my last entry. I’ve had a few interesting things happen in the past 6 weeks, so I’d thought I’d use this post to catch people up on what’s new. The first is that my wife and I have officially made the choice to return to Canada after […]…

Banff, Canada Travel Guide — News365

Banff is a stunningly beautiful town high up in Alberta’s Rocky Mountains that gives you all the fun and excitement of a major resort town surrounded by pristine Canadian wilderness. The township is located within Banff National Park, and at more than 1,800 metres it is the highest town in Canada. Banff is a […] via…

Canada Travel Diary: Day 5– 04/04/15 — louisegroomphotography

“WAIT!” “STOP!” “COME BACK!” The dust kicks up as I sprint frantically through the light brown smog. I scream at the top of my lungs trying to get their attention, waving my arms like a crazed madman. My heart is pumping and my lungs clench under the cold midday air. My throat feels raspy; it […]…

Canada Travel Blog / Alberta — isabellamillerblog

Banff National Park, Alberta Introduction Banff National park….. A spectacular place, in any season you can not beat the most incredible views, awesome activities and beautiful wildlife. Over the course of this week I will be blogging the most popular things to do in Alberta. It will include travel tips for being in Alberta, what […]…