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5 Things To Know When Looking To Book An Eco-Friendly Retreat In India

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This is a collaborative post. India is a beautiful and colourful country to visit. But for those who practise yoga also as a lifestyle, it can be a journey of a lifetime or even a bucket list item to tick off to visit a real yoga ashram. Yogis and yoginis all over the world dream of being able to stay …

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How to take the stress out of taking public transport in London

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Public transport is rarely anybody’s ideal way to travel but it does have two major benefits that for most, outweighs all of the drawbacks – it’s cheap and it’s convenient. In London, particularly, it’s simply not practical for many people living in and around the city to drive, as the congestion is notoriously heavy at peak hours and the tube …

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Review: Harbour Hotel Chichester Staycation

In Travelby eva.katona@yahoo.com1 Comment

Two weeks ago we had the chance to elope for a staycation: just me and my husband and the kids were deposited at grandma for a sleepover. We try to do this in every few months, it’s important to carve some couple-time out of the everydays and rediscover ourselves and each other again.  So off we went to Chichester, one …

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The Pros and Cons of Relocating

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This is a collaborative post. Moving can be a strenuous endeavour, but it can also be extremely rewarding. Whether you’re relocating because of a new job or just because you want to see different parts of the world, moving to a new area is a challenge and many are afraid to take that leap. However, it can pay off in …

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Don’t Like Flying? Try Cruising! (It’s Getting Sustainable)

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This is a collaborative post. Some people don’t like flying for various reasons and I’m one of them. I’m a nervous flyer, I always have been and for me the “more you fly the less nervous you’ll get” doesn’t apply. I know I’m not alone with this. Another reason is that I consciously try to take less flights for environmental reasons. …

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A Guide To Travel In Scotland

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This is a collaborative post. Scotland is home to some of the most stunning hidden sceneries in the world, but it’s not a secret to all. In fact, many people choose to holiday in Scotland. Whether coming from abroad or just crossing the border, Scotland offers a wealth of landscapes, locations and landmarks to enjoy. If you are planning your …

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5 Tips On How To Be A Responsible Tourist In Italy

In Green & Ethical Living, Travelby eva.katona@yahoo.com2 Comments

This is a collaborative post. Italy is a beautiful country no doubt, both the natural wonders and the cultural heritage makes Italy one of the most travelled place on Earth. But we all know that mass tourism is very harmful for the host places and so we all need to be more mindful when it comes to travel. In fact …

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5 Most Sustainable Cities in Canada

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This is a collaborative post. Eco-friendly or green travel has become very popular lately, mainly because climate change became more of a reality, therefore people are beginning to reconsider the ways in which they travel. Canada is a leader in sustainable development, inclusive urban planning and reduction of pollutant emissions. It’s natural beauty and sustainable cities are perfect for vacation …

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The fun side of historic Birmingham

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This is a collaborative post. Birmingham is the second largest city in the United Kingdom and is also one of England’s top industrial and commercial areas. A major economic hub in the UK, Europe and the world at large, it is a historic city famous for several reasons among which is leading the industrial revolution in Britain and ushering in …

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5 Tips for an Eco Friendly Bali Holiday

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This is a sponsored post. We all love to travel, but the traditional travel industry puts a lot of pressure on any given destination both culturally and environmentally. But we can change simple things to make our journeys more eco friendly. Being an environmentally conscious traveller means we make simple choices in order to lessen our negative impact on a …