Lots of travel terms get bandied about without a lot of thought about what they actually mean; especially the term sustainable. Sustainable travel is about a lot more than just being green or eco-friendly, it’s a holistic approach to travel and living the mantra ‘Do No Harm.’ That’s why I love this post detailing some easy and simple ways we can all be better travelers and work to sustain the world around us in the best sense of the word.
I can always count on the great folks at The Road Forks for great information and even better food photos, both of which this post has in abundance. I learned a lot about Budapest after reading this and now more than ever can’t wait to visit someday. In the meantime this post will have to do, even though it makes me hungry just to read it.
I’ve never been to Berlin, but I, like many others, have certain preconceived notions. Gritty, modern and dynamic all come to mind, which is generally well reflected in these stunning photos from Cheryl. More than just some travel photos, these images really tell a story and mirror real emotion and soul. Go take a look and see what I mean.
If you want to know what’s it’s really like to experience Luang Prabang in Laos, look no further than this post. A combination of beautiful prose and stunning photos transport the reader to this remote locale. I especially love it because in just a couple of weeks I’ll be in Luang Prabang, enjoying the same experiences.