This is a collaborative post written by select content publishing partners. Thailand is one of the most beautiful countries on the planet, and there are so many reasons why. Firstly, it has some of the best beaches you’ll ever lay your eyes on. The hidden coves and warm shallow waters make it the go-to […]
Image source This is a collaborative post written by select content publishing partners. A Little Bit Of Luxury As soon as you land in Bangkok; you’ll all want to unwind, get comfortable, and take some time to plan where you’ll be heading next. You could book a 5 star hotel in Sukhumvit, Bangkok as you’ll […]
Image source This is a collaborative post written by select content publishing parters. Thailand is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places on the planet, but it has a whole lot more to offer than its exotic scenery. If lying idly on a beach isn’t your thing, but you love to try new things and […]
The November-December 2016 session of my Tourism and Development course was a success. Together with an impressive group of adult learners pursuing their Sustainable Community Development Certificate through CSU and Village Earth, we took a critical look at the tourism phenomenon and its explosive impact on the world.
This is the editor’s note from my latest project: “Elephants in Asia, Ethically”, a guidebook published by Horizon Travel Press and available for free download. It’s the product of my four months in Northern Thailand, where I’ve gotten mildly obsessed with elephants in tourism. I decided to do the homework for all Asia travelers and research the situation. You’re welcome.
The best way to approach Art in Paradise is to check your cynicism and inhibition at the door. Yes, you’ll look ridiculous as you pose for these photos. Yes, the photos themselves will be super cheesy. And yes, this place is great for kids — so unleash your big child-sized imagination and just have fun with it!
One year ago today, I boarded a plane to East Africa on a one-way ticket. I had stowed my stuff away in four storage bins, said my goodbyes to Colorado, and packed my bags for a drastically different and unknown part of the world.
While I’m living here in the Eastern Hemisphere, one goal is to do some exploring. For two months this spring, I’ll be taking a break from expat life in Addis Ababa and doing the digital nomad thing in Southeast Asia. What, exactly, is a digital nomad? It’s someone who has mobilized her income and chooses to work remotely from anywhere in the world.