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Privatizing clean air, part II

In an earlier post, I commented on the privatization of clean air as a business model that in effect commodifies what should be a basic right.  243 more words


Peru - Highlights


We were only stopping in Lima for two days and due to a combination of jet lag and our own organisational failures we didn’t really manage to make the most of the time there, so I’m unable to give many top tips. 933 more words

My First Visit to Berlin

I wasn’t particularly excited about going to Berlin in all honesty. It was a birthday present to my dad who had wanted to visit the city for years and I went with an unfair, bleak presumption of what would be awaiting me on the other end of the rowdy, stag-do laden flight. 1,205 more words


Philippines’ multi-city roadshow focuses on Indian travellers

The Department of Tourism (DOT), Philippines successfully conducted a series of roadshows from August 8 to 11, 2016, covering the four cities of Kolkata, Chennai, Bengaluru and Mumbai.

Source: Travelandtourworld.


Government of Maharashtra and Airports Authority of India sign MOU

The Ministry of Civil Aviation, State Government of Maharashtra and Airports Authority of India today signed a tri-partite Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), thereby kicking off the collaborative process of the three agencies coming together for successful launch of the Regional Connectivity Scheme.

Source: Travelandtourworld.


Unwto Wine Tourism Conference Gathers Experts From Around The World

“Georgia’s unique wine-making traditions date back 8,000 years and are considered by UNESCO as intangible heritage, making the country an ideal host for the Global Conference on Wine Tourism. 52 more words


Operation Bilbao Baggins.

August 7 – I wake with the sour taste of Southern Comfort and sliced lime lacing my dry gob like an Orc with a fire poker, foreboding sunlight piercing through the drapes and attacking my glazed eyes. 1,734 more words