Food has to be one of the greatest joys of life. You can learn so much about a city, their culture and people just by what they consume. I like to get to know them real well!
Our Editorial Assistant Natasha von Geldern stayed at The Yangshuo Mountain Retreat while travelling in China recently. She discovered owner Chris Barclay has a vision to create a sustainable business model that helps preserve Yangshuo’s natural beauty and promote its unique culture.
While scanning the available movies and TV shows on a recent Virgin Atlantic flight to India, I found a short film about their sustainability programme. Specifically, they were highlighting a programme to develop sustainable jet fuel.
To mark this Valentine’s Day, instead of sharing ideas of where to stay and what to do for the occasion I thought I’d share some wonderful images I’ve found of naturally occurring hearts. Enjoy!
I’m always urging people to discover what’s going on in their own back yard, so I thought it was about time to practice what I preach and investigated my adopted hometown of Melbourne by kayak.
Long overlooked in favour of the world’s most popular tourist sites, the tiny state of Montenegro guards its wonderful natural charms quietly. This small country is bursting at the seams with beautiful scenery, including vast national parks, snow capped mountains and clear turquoise lakes.
Wouldn’t it be great if there was a worldwide standard by which to measure sustainable destinations? One of the core goals of the GSTC is to do just that.