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Amer Fort - Jaipur, India

A short distance from Jaipur in Rajasthan, India is the Amber or Amer Fort.  This imposing fortress on the hill overlooking the lake is spectacular.   250 more words


Animals as an attraction, the ethical dilemmas

If you’re reading this you probably care about the welfare of animals so here some tips and attractions in SE Asia, hopefully I’m not preachy, if you think I left anything out let me know in the comments. 1,072 more words


11 reasons why every Muslim should travel

I take off at every opportunity I can, be it with family, friends or alone, exploring, photographing and documenting interesting stuff in exotic destinations and taking the odd selfie to make friends jealous along the way (actually I rarely go to exotic destinations and am still struggling to work the ‘selfie’ feature on my phone – although my wife and daughters are usually on hand should the need arise!). 1,530 more words


Anthropology in Vang Vieng

I had a few days to kill before my ATM card would arrive, so I went to Vang Vieng.

Vang Vieng has a notorious past (read a disturbing article… 672 more words


Responsible Travel Tips

by: Ton Vergel De Dios

Making green choices while traveling is usually the furthest thing from our mind while on vacation. Most of us would rather try to make the convenient and easy choices to minimize stress for us along the way. 711 more words

Sustainable Lifestyle Ideas

An Open Letter To Travel Girls and Those Who Want To Be One

Open Letter to the Global Degree girls & every other travel dreamer:

I want to get this message out before the contest ends. Before it seems as if this were about winners and losers. 844 more words


Responsible Travel Week 2015

What would you call “Responsible Traveling”?
Are you a responsible Traveler?

You don’t want to just tick off places you have been to? You travel for relaxation, to see places and meet people off the path, you want to discover and learn- then you might just be one of us! 135 more words