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Moving to a New Home and Decorating for the Holidays

Having a hew home is exciting. It is also a fulfillment for most families as well as single individuals who have managed to achieve what is considered as an ultimate dream for many. Having a home, you can call your own, whether it is rented or a prop...
by My Green Living Ideas on Dec 7, 2016

Discover Beauty around Neusiedlersee in Burgenland Austria Through 5 Activities

The Travel Tester goes in search of activities, relaxation, good food... and lots of birds around the Neusiedlersee in the Burgenland region of Austria You just finished reading Discover Beauty around Neusiedlersee in Burgenland Austria Through 5 A...
by The Travel Tester on Jul 18, 2016

The Travel Tester Favourite Blogs June 2016

The Travel Tester Discovers the Best Travel Tips and Stories from all Around the Internet! Here are our Favourite Reads from this Month You just finished reading The Travel Tester Favourite Blogs June 2016! Consider leaving a comment! Follow me al...
by The Travel Tester on Jul 1, 2016

Travel Blog Tips: The Travel Tester Favourite Reads March 2016

... You just finished reading Travel Blog Tips: The Travel Tester Favourite Reads March 2016! Consider leaving a comment! Follow me also on: Twitter | Facebook | Pinterest | Instagram The post Travel Blog Tips: The Travel Tester Fa...
by The Travel Tester on Mar 31, 2016

Green Hua Hin, An Eco-Friendly Escape in Thailand

From organic farms and restaurants serving farm to table cuisine to nature conservation projects and community beach clean-up days, a handful of sustainable resorts, spas, and a winery in Thailand’s Hua Hin are doing their bit to save the planet. M...
by grantourismo on Mar 20, 2015

Travel Green

With debate around environmental issues raging more than ever, you may want to consider taking an eco-friendly holiday. But y...
by Paradise Of Travel Destination on Jan 15, 2015

Local Farms & Artisan Fare at Diar Il-Bniet in Malta

Even when I try my hardest not to exoticize someone else’s food when I travel, no trip to a foreign country is really complete without one of the “what-did-you-just-eat” narratives. Problems with making someone else’s local fo...
by Perceptive Travel Blog on Jan 14, 2015

Five Eco-travel ideas for your holidays

People who are interested in protecting the environment may find themselves in a dilemma when it comes to booking holidays, as travelling any distance by conventional transport methods can have a... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my websit...
by Travel on Jan 6, 2015

The Ta’ Qali Farmer’s Market

When I used to think of Mediterranean cooking, this is what I imagined: images of olive oil sizzling in steaming skillets, chefs—usually male—with big white hats, fresh bread coming out of the oven and being slathered with plump tomatoes and driz...
by Perceptive Travel Blog on Dec 9, 2014

The Sustainable 'Me', Dr. Gerry Goeden

The Sustainable “Me”By Dr. Gerry GoedenOK. So I’m an ‘old guy,’ a ‘Baby Boomer,’ and like so many others I am exploring the world and am part of the ‘Me Generation.’ A named coined by Tom Wolfe in the 1970’s, we are the first gene...
by The Yum List on Nov 15, 2014

Pedaling to Portland’s Pubs on the Brewcycle

Portland is known as the best biking city in the USA in most respects. So when I was there last month I explored a lot of it on two wheels. But hey, you can ride around and visit several bars without driving in a lot of American cities, including my...
by Perceptive Travel Blog on Nov 4, 2014

Once Upon a Typical Day in Munnar, India

In what you might call downtown Munnar, a dusty Keralan hill town that in some ways recalls the rough-and-tumble frontier of David Milch’s Deadwood, there is an area where taxi and auto-rickshaw drivers park their vehicles and wait for potentia...
by Perceptive Travel Blog on Sep 12, 2014

Cruising Lake Pend Oreille with Bald Eagles and Specialty Cheeses

For nineteen years, the Shawnodese has been getting its hull wet on long summer nights in the waters of Lake Pend Oreille. For nineteen long years, it’s been slicing through waters at sunset, zipping around inlets, sharing northern Idaho’s natura...
by Perceptive Travel Blog on Sep 10, 2014

Airbnb helps its community travel greener

| Green Travel News | Airbnb, the world’s leading community-driven hospitality company, has announced a partnership with Nest, which reinvents unloved products in the home. Together, the companies are helping Airbnb’s community...
by Green Traveler Guides on Sep 8, 2014

ECO CARS 101: All about eco-friendly cars

Have you ever asked yourself what difference there is between the various types of cars – flex fuel vehicles, plug-in hybrids and electric cars? The aim of this article is to answer that question, and any other arising in the attempt to demystify...
by My Green Living Ideas on Sep 8, 2014

ECO LIVING: Planning Eco Travels Can Be As Simple As Choosing A Sustainable Green Hotel | Top 10 via Organic Spa Magazine

 Solange Calistoga - A long-time green resort that has many eco-features. With electric car-charge stations, full recycling practices, solar rooftop panels, reclaimed water irrigation, and staff bicycles!Cool! If you ever wondered if it mattered...
by Eco-Style Life Beau Monde on Aug 20, 2014

Find Real Las Vegas at the Downtown Container Park

Sitting in part of a former freight container, sipping a Mexican Coke and enjoying some excellent tacos al pastor at Pinches Tacos (“Real Mexican Food by Real Mexicans” says their sign) I knew that I’d found a place in Las Vegas ...
by Perceptive Travel Blog on Jul 24, 2014

Health-conscious travelers near half of U.S. market

| Green Travel News | Health-conscious travelers now make up more than 40 percent of the U.S. travel marketplace and that number is trending upward—fast. Already a $439 billion market, the wellness travel industry is expected to grow anot...
by Green Traveler Guides on Jul 21, 2014

United wins green award

| Green Travel News | United Airlines has captured the 2014 Sustainability Outstanding Achievement Award from the Global Business Travel Association Foundation for “outstanding leadership, innovation and commitment to delivering ind...
by Green Traveler Guides on Jun 24, 2014

Harmony Headlands State Park: Go Now

With over 275 California state parks to choose from, sometimes it's the littlest parks that get overlooked. Honestly, that's OK with me, because it means more solitude when I hike. But low visitation numbers also equal a greater chance of that p...
by The Indie Traveler on Jun 4, 2014


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