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To tourist Bolivian mines or not to tourist?

When I was in Bolivia last year, I was faced with an ethical dilemma: to visit a mine or not to visit a mine?

I’ve always had mixed feelings about visiting mines. 413 more words

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Cambodia Day Two

This morning we got up, got dressed and had our breakfast in the outside restaurant. It was delicious. I had a Spanish omelette, Denali a bread plate with pineapple jam and orange marmalade. 695 more words


So much experience, so little time - what I learned in Thailand.

I would have to write a novel, no, a trilogy, to convey to you everything that my time in Thailand has given me, which seems quite incredible considering I’ve barely been here for 2 weeks, so I will not even attempt it. 1,959 more words

The Blacklist: Century Old Balete Tree, Siquijor, Philippines.

Writing this article was a challenge. The topic of unethical animal treatment affects me at my core, but I also came to recognize that I have the privilege of coming from a country where standards for animal rights, for the most part, are taken seriously. 1,754 more words


Wildlife needs peace too...

The year 2016 was all about several lows (unfortunately) and a few highs for the environment. Across the globe, unethical tourism is still a major contributor to the lows. 933 more words

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Sanon Training Restaurant, Nyaung U - Bagan, Myanmar.

One of my good friends from Cambodia decided to use her Water Festival holiday (a 4 day long cambodian public holiday) travelling around Myanmar and I was lucky enough to be able to join her for a few days in the beautiful Bagan countryside. 528 more words

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