Located in Aucallama, a small Peruvian district about an hour away from Lima is the unique ecological artistic community Eco Truly Park. What was once a tract of unworkable, sandy land has been transformed into a community that has become an inspiring example of healthy, natural, yet simple, living.
‘Astonish Me’ does more than just showcase these wonderful new species, it triggers the child-like curiosity we have in all of us. It reminds us of the reasons we want to explore, discover new places, people, things; why we travel.
It’s not often you get something for nothing, so take note: to celebrate National Public Lands Day this year, Yosemite National Park will be waiving all entry fees for the day!
When the days are dark and dreary a good tune will lift the spirits. An all time classic is Here Comes the Sun; Nina Simone’s version. It gets me smiling and thinking about holidays past, and of those to come. Rainy days are forgotten. The chills go unnoticed.
The International Green Awards were launched in 2006 with the aim of scouring the globe for effective, innovative and creative approaches to sustainability. The event has become a forum that connects people wanting to make a difference with those that have game changing ideas and best practices.
It doesn’t matter if you’re planning to go green or not on vacation, you still need to think about the finances and how you’re going to make that trip a reality.
Dyavolski Most (or Devil’s Bridge) sits over the Arda River near the small town of Ardino, Bulgaria. Nestled in the Rhodope Mountain range, Dyavolski most connects an ancient road that runs through the Thrace lowlands leading to the Aegean Sea.