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…