Like great grey fingers reaching for the sky, the basalt columns of The Organ at the Giant’s Causeway held me totally captivated as a child. I would stand as close to the columns as possible, lean my head back and stare skyward up along the length of hexagonal stones stacked neatly, one upon the other.
Like its cousins in other industries, green travel hones in on the environmental impact of travel businesses and consumers. Green travellers and travel companies seek to reduce the footprint of their efforts through a wide variety of activities that primarily fall under the 3 R’s: reduce, reuse, and recycle.
Treehouses tap into our inner child speaking to the explorer, naturalist and dreamer within all of us. If you’re looking for a treehouse adventure, without having to stay over, these wonderful treehouse experiences might be right up your street… or tree.
September has been a big month for travel conferences, namely the ETSC (Ecotourism and Sustainable Tourism Conference) and TBEX (Travel Blog Exchange), both of which I was desperate to get to, but knew it would have been a long shot.
Among the different types of travel that we lump incorporate eco travel – green travel, ecotourism, responsible travel, sustainable travel, ethical travel, and culturally-aware travel – sustainable travel is one of the most precisely defined and diverse from the rest.
I’d like to share some of my old life. Of places I’ve been, some of my favourite travel times that were taken a lifetime ago, yet now breathe new life in their digital form. I did think of giving them a touch up on Photoshop, but then thought, no, I’ll leave them exactly as they were taken. Faded, jaded ‘n’ all.