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Rajasthan: An Ethical Travel Guide.

The Smallprint:Some of the hotels / organisations mentioned in this post hosted me or offered me a discount on their services in exchange for an honest review. As always, the stories, experiences and opinions expressed here are purely my own. This post contains...

50 Shades of Green: Introducing Ljubljana.

When you're in the Responsible Travel world, the word 'Green' is one that pops up frequently throughout any day.  Conjure images of people sitting around on benches smoking 'herbs'--- but of course I'm instead referring to Green Travel---another term sometimes used...

48 Hours in Lisbon… and a Warning.

Soul Travel Blog uses affiliate links throughout the site and in this post, which provide me with a small commission on products or services purchased through these links, at no extra cost to you. Thank you for supporting Soul Travel Blog!  Sometimes the only real way...

Living the Dream: Learning to Surf in Portugal.

Some lessons in life seem to be taught to us through the least expected of ways.   For me, there's something about surfing that teaches the virtues of patience.  I'd surfed a couple of times before, but the (life) lesson has always been the same.  This time I spent a...

Discovering Self Sufficiency at an Eco Yoga Retreat in Scotland.

Discovering Eco Yoga in Scotland.  Arriving at Inverliever Lodge, home of ecoYoga, what I expected was a beginner's course in Ashtanga yoga. What I didn't expect was to experience an eco yoga retreat in the truest sense: an inspiring example of sustainability and self...

Venice and the Tide of Tourism.

The obligatory question: Is it sinking? Venice, as we all know, has been sinking---for many years.  But that is not solely due to the weight of visitor footsteps on its ancient lanes and bridges. Venice floods around 100 times each winter, and is estimated to be...

The Future of Ethical Travel: an Interview with Tourism Concern.

Ethical Travel, from where I stand at least, certainly seems to be attracting more attention of late. Many travel companies and travellers, are becoming more involved in the discussions around Ethical, Responsible or Sustainable Travel.  I caught up with Helen...

Train Travel in Sri Lanka: Beaches, Jungle and Tea Country.

This post contains compensated links. For more info, please see our Editorial Policy and our Privacy Policy.  Just the rails, glinting in the afternoon sun, a jagged slither of sand, and the crashing sea.  For miles and miles along the coast. That's one of my lasting...

Away from the Crowds in Rural Tuscany.

I'm lucky enough to be no stranger to Tuscany.  Over the past few years I've been able to enjoy a few visits to the region, mainly to Florence itself. This time, however, I was looking to escape the mad(ding) crowds of Renaissance masterpiece seekers in Florence, as...