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Low impact weekend: Hiking Skeleton Gorge

In this series of blog posts I will share low impact ideas and activities to enjoy on the weekend in my home city of Cape Town. 726 more words


How to be a responsible traveler - Part 2

Almost all of people in the world love travelling. However, each person can choose to make their travel different from others by choosing the way they act differently. 885 more words


Tripadvisor Is Finally Stopping Ticket Sales To Irresponsible Wildlife Attractions. But Is It Enough?

Tripadvisor has finally announced that it is to end its practice of selling tickets to cruel and unethical wildlife attractions, but is it too little too late? 787 more words

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Almsgiving Misgivings in Luang Prabang

One of the most famous things to do in Luang Prabang is to watch the daily almsgiving ceremony at dawn, in which lines of monks walk down the street to receive offerings of food from locals sitting on low stools or kneeling on the pavement. 527 more words


Competitive Travel and the Importance of Slowing Down

It feels like the right time to write this post. It’s 4 months until we jet off (still nothing is booked) and the more we plan the more overwhelmed I feel. 701 more words

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How to be a responsible traveler - Part 1

Instead of travelling in traditional path as mass tourists, many travelers nowadays choose themselves better practice. The ways of travelling, how travelers spend their money and time, their behaviors toward destinations and residents decide a lot on how their visit will impact on the communities and bring the change to the destination. 893 more words


The Importance of Slow Travel

How many times have you come back from a trip more tired and drained than when you left? You put all that time into carefully crafted travel itinerary, down to each hour of each day, but… 960 more words