November 9, 2013 @ 10:22 am - posted by Robert
Justin Francis explains how 'Lonely Planet' and 'Body Shop' shaped his ideas of Responsible and ethical travel and inspired him to set up Other similar posts you might like: Justin Francis on Eco tourism and Eco friendly travel Sustainable Tourism and Big Beyond Volunteering with Humanitarian Projects and Organisations You might also be interested learning more [ more...]
November 3, 2013 @ 5:17 pm - posted by Liz
Whether you call it a career break or a sabbatical, this extended time from work is offered to millions of people around the globe and provides a lot of opportunities. While some people decide to kick back and enjoy umbrella drinks in the sun until the point of muscle atrophy, many want to work and travel simultaneously, padding their finances, gaining work experience and saving money by working abroad on their travels. [ more...]
October 26, 2013 @ 9:55 am - posted by Dominic Brendell
Langkawi Travel Guide.  The Career Break guide to Malaysia & the REAL Langkawi Tourist Information Flight to Langkawi Right, so I had a bit of a panic getting to Langkawi. Timed everything perfectly from the hotel and so as not to rush I took the expensive high speed train to KL international airport, the one that doesn’t stop for 30 minutes until you’re at the airport. It was while on [ more...]
October 19, 2013 @ 3:14 pm - posted by Robert
Justin from Responsible Travel talking at the Adventure Travel Show about eco friendly responsible tourism with a strong emphasis on you travelling like a local. If you’re interested in volunteering with companies with a strong responsible travel and ecotourism ethic, Click here to watch the Big Beyond video. There is also a great Blog post written by one of their volunteers.  Click here [ more...]
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