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Respect Existance or Expect Resistance

August 6th 2017, Bangkok.

I have been lucky enough to be awarded the Magnus Magnusson award by Glasgow Caledonian University.

In July 2017 I travelled to Huay Pakoot – a village 5 hours from Chiang Mai to take part in a volunteer project. 286 more words

Chiang Mai

Smart Money: Businesses Serves Tourists' Want & Need to Preserve Planet

When I was young, the Vietnam War was raging. My Caucasian American uncle was a soldier in the war. As part of soldiering, he would come to R&R in an Asian country I at & often would go the beach. 891 more words

Travel, Tourism & Money

Backpacker, Flashpacker, or Tourist?

Are you a backpacker? Are you a flash packer? Are you a tourist? What does it matter?

I only recently started asking myself this question. For years I was a backpacker. 535 more words

Coming soon: a special tour of Varanasi

Planning for the TIMELESS VARANASI TOUR has now been completed!

Varanasi, or Benares, (also known as Kashi), one of the oldest living cities in the world. 154 more words


Responsible travel and suggestions for Siem Reap

I visited Siem Reap in Cambodia with my family in December last year, which makes this post a little overdue (as with my blogging in general), but the experience made me think more about the way I consume products, something I’d like to consider regularly on this blog. 1,047 more words


Caribbean Tourism is a Big Business; Billions Are Spent Each Year

This summer, Floridian ports will be jam packed with visitors from around the world eager to hit the seas and head to the Caribbean.

In this region, chock-full of beaches, outdoor adventures, luxury hotels, and bars, the LGBT community is rising up for equality. 925 more words

South Florida Gay News

Travel Sustainably

If you have followed my blog for longer you know that I occasionally post about my travels and that I do love travelling. Travelling, unfortunately, can often be a burden on the ecosystem and we rarely consider what the carbon-emission of our practices during our holidays is. 662 more words