Ecuador has for a while been presenting itself as a eco tourism hotspot. There are eco lodges in most towns, recycling seems to be more present than even in many cities in the UK and tour groups offer eco packages to the country. However, what does a property need to do to call itself 'eco … Continue reading Rio Muchacho Organic Farm- Ecuador’s Authentic Eco Tourism Experience
The Loire Valley in France is a stunning area. Quintessentially French, with sunflower fields and quaint villages including nearby Saumur with it's popular weekend markets, it's a delightful area to drive through. The drive from Tours airport to Chateau de Jalesnes is a little over an hour, meaning that with a flight time from Stansted … Continue reading A weekend at Chateau de Jalesnes | Loire Valley
Within the UNESCO World Heritage area in Tuscany is the 5 star Adler Thermae Spa & Resort Hotel. It stands on a grand location overlooking the beautiful countryside and dotted Tuscan villages and benefits from the warm thermal springs of Bagno Vignoni. The resort finds a balance between being a top end wellness hotel with a … Continue reading Adler Thermae Spa & Resort Hotel | A Tuscan Wellness Retreat
As I travel a lot, for both my job & for pleasure, I have had to look at what impact my travels are having on both the environment, and also the communities I interact with on my trips. There is a well known motto; 'Take nothing but photos, leave nothing but footprints,' which phrases my … Continue reading Environmental concerns in travel & fashion|How Zoggs are leading the movement.
Situated on a hilltop in Tuscany, not far from the picturesque town of Cortona, Villa Fontelunga is an incredibly stylish 'home away from home.' Whether you're staying in the 9 room main villa or the two private villas, you're greeted like an old friend and treated like an honoured guest throughout the entire stay. It's … Continue reading Fontelunga Hotel & Villas | Tuscany’s finest boutique villa
The city of Stoke-on-Trent in Staffordshire became the centre of ceramic production during the 17th century. Due to the availability of clay and other required materials, large numbers of potteries opened up in the area and started producing high quality ceramic wear that was exported all over the world. There are a number of potteries … Continue reading Stoke on Trent & The Potteries |Where to visit
The incredible Amazon rainforest stretches across 9 countries, Bolivia, Brazil, Columbia, Ecuador, Guyana, French Guiana, Peru, and Suriname.It takes up around seven percent of the entire land mass of the Earth yet incredible half the earth's plant species can be found there. The Amazon rainforest in Ecuador is one of the most bio-diverse places on … Continue reading Sacha Lodge – An Ecuadorian Rainforest stay