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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


The ethics of elephant riding

The last time I rode an elephant was in 2014 and I deeply regret it. I was a part of a day trip visiting areas outside of Chiang Mai and there were too few elephants arranged for our group. 529 more words

GO “MAD” IN NEPAL –How you can "Make a Difference"

A unique opportunity to partake in a very special Nepal “not for profit” tour. Combining an eco-holiday with voluntourism and much, much, more.

Contribute – Create – Flourish – Adventure… 66 more words


Saving Donkeys In Aruba.

Tucked away in a desert island paradise in the middle of the Caribbean, the Aruba Donkey Sanctuary protects and cares for some of the islands most vulnerable and at risk inhabitants. 902 more words

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Low-impact weekend: Feet over wheels

The first snow of the season is a big deal in Cape Town. In a city where snow is a rarity, everyone wants to stick a carrot into the face of a lopsided snowman. 665 more words


Sweet rendezvous with a million fireflies

As we made ourselves cozy inside the homestay in a small village surrounded by the Sahyadris and sipped tea along with authentic Maharashtrian snacks, it rained and thundered outside. 956 more words


10 tips to help you start moving towards a Zero Waste lifestyle

About nine months ago I first heard the term “Zero Waste”.

I had seen TED talks by Lauren Singer of Trash is for Tossers and Bea Johnson from the Zero Waste Home, and became instantly hooked on the idea of a life creating as little waste as possible. 1,021 more words