What’s a B Corp?

These days, businesses seem to have a lot to say about sustainability. They certainly want their customers to perceive that they’re doing a lot, as

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Guide to Vis, Croatia

Vis is just one of many beautiful islands in the Croatian Adriatic, but it’s unique in a few interesting ways. First, it’s located farthest from

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Franconia

For this month’s destination I’ve chosen a place which is more or less in my own backyard. Franconia is a region of Germany, mostly contained

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Quindío, Colombia

In 2018, I had the privilege of visiting the beautiful country of Colombia. One of the regions I spent time in was Quindío (keen-DEE-yo), a

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Southern Styria, Austria

Austria is a well-known travel destination in Europe, but I’m going to highlight part of one of its lesser-known regions. Styria (German: Steiermark) is located

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Tobago

Have you ever wondered to yourself what the Caribbean islands were like before so many giant hotels and cruise ships came along? Well, it turns

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Rwanda travel guide

Rwanda is a tiny, landlocked country in east central Africa, bordering Kenya, Tanzania, Burundi and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Sadly, in recent times

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North Sulawesi

I settled upon this destination guide in a rather unusual manner. I zoomed in on southeast Asia, looking for places that were not so familiar

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Maryland

When you think of the east coast of the USA, what do you think of? Probably the first states to come to mind are Florida,

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Lithuania

Looking for a European destination that offers a great combination of urban and natural attractions, with a rich cultural history but without so many tourists?

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Why Travel Sustainably?

My previous post about sustainable tourism talked about what the term actually means. Now I’d like to address another question: why? One reason is pretty

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North Carolina mountains

The densely populated eastern United States isn’t exactly known for its isolated places, but the mountains of western North Carolina are one of the exceptions.

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The Marquesas

Off the wind on this heading lie the Marquesas We got 80 feet of the waterline nicely making way Perhaps you know these lyrics from

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Romantic Verona

Here’s one for the history buffs, wine lovers and hopeless romantics – Verona, Italy! Verona oozes beauty and romance: surrounded on three sides by a

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Vancouver Island

Everybody knows Vancouver, British Columbia (BC), the beautiful coastal city in western Canada. But did you know that BC’s capital isn’t Vancouver, but Victoria, on

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Malta

Interesting landscapes, varied architecture, great swimming and diving, excellent cuisine, alluring architecture, 7,000 years of archaeological history and an appealing, sunny Mediterranean climate – all

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Crater Lake, Oregon

Clear, cold, clean, and…cobalt blue. The four C’s, in this case used to describe the beauty of Crater Lake. Crater Lake is located in southwest

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Underrated Dresden!

Are you keen to visit a few interesting and varied European cities without having to travel from one end of the continent to the other

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Agriturismi

Most people have probably heard of agritourism, an amalgamation of the words “agriculture” and “tourism”, also frequently referred to as a farm-stay. Italy is generally

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What Lies Ahead…

As I sit here in early March 2020, having just moments ago launched the website for a travel planning business which has been over a

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