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Responsible Travel and Responsible Tourism. related: Definitions, Responsible Travel Week 2016 slideshare: Responsible Travel Week 2015, Responsible Travel Photography, Responsible Tourism Day, Posters youtube: rt playlist (1000+ views) flipboard: Responsible Travel (198 viewers, 20 followers) ...
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A guide to enjoying the great and various markets in Mexico.
What and where to find and enjoy great Mexican markets selling all kinds of goods. Ted Campbell has come up with these guidelines after many years of roaming through markets across Mexico.
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Sustainable tours in Mexico for those who wish to explore regions of the country without taking a generic package by +Tim Leffel .
Author Tim Leffel describes the tours of four sustainable tour operators in Mexico who offer far more than the generic packages so many visitors experience.
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Internships in China are now popular for many reasons, and this opportunity to work with an environmental NGO to make a difference proved impossible to pass up.
It is now possible to make a positive difference while learning much about China by working as an intern at an environmental NGO.
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For some, such as +Jonathon Engels , there is no choice but to take the plunge. And he has no regrets.
How to manage the transition from traveling to actually moving overseas by Living Abroad contributing editor Jonathon Engels.
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6 of the top language schools to study Spanish and experience adventure in Latin America and Spain.
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You may not make a fortune, but teaching English and living in Chiang Mai offers a friendly environment provided by locals as well as much of interest to see and do.
Chiang Mai, Thailand has been voted one of the friendliest cities in the world. We explore how to live there by teaching English and the many ways to enjoy your experience.
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Just a basic but important reminder that self-promotion can sometimes supersede the original motivation behind travel writing and blogging, though the conclusion by the author is certainly not on the fatalistic side.
I’ve been at a blogging crossroads. Perhaps my recent post about nearly quitting Instagram was the start of it. I never thought I’d see the day come, but for the last few weeks I’ve felt like my spirit of wanderlust had diminished. I noticed landscapes which were once awe-inspiring had become nothing more than pins and profile photos. ...
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You can easily find a wide variety of delicious, exotic fruit in Mexico. Here is an illustrated guide to help you identify and enjoy the many unique tastes.
Mexico offers a variety of exotic fruits, usually sold at local markets, though some are found in fruit stands by the side of the road or even in wheelbarrows. Ted Campbell describes some the many exotic fruits and provides illustrations.
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How to learn to embrace slow immersion travel and living in idyllic Playa Sámara, Costa Rica.
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europe / Italy. on this page: headlines related: europetour, rome flickrgroup: Ecotourism Europe editing: Italy Italy is located on the Italian Peninsula in Southern Europe and on the two largest islands in the Mediterranean Sea, Sicily and Sardinia. Italy shares its northern, Alpine boundary ...
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Editor-in-Chief of an educational travel website
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Editing, writing, conversation, one-liners. Infinitely ambitious and able to learn quickly given vast experience.
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Editor in Chief of TransitionsAbroad.com (a trailblazing Travel, Study, Volunteer, Work, Living abroad online publication founded as a magazine in 1977 by my late father, Clay Hubbs, PhD).
Introduction
Extensive travel/living/study abroad experience, but prefer to take travel slow and savor life rather than counting the many countries I have lived in or visited. Lover of life, literature, music, most forms of art, great food, comedy, with aesthetics as a religion. For more, if interested, see my bio.

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Proud to be the son of the two best read, well-traveled. coolest, and most empathetic of parents I have ever met. Professors only in name, lovers of great literature and conversation. I have met so many Nobel prize winners and other famous writers/artists through them in my youth I lost count. Traveled more around the world at a young age than most have or will in their entire lives thanks to parents and my own travel bug. See bio at: http://www.transitionsabroad.com/information/media/gregory_hubbs_bio.shtml.
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New York, New York
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Rome, Italy - Paris, France - Nice, France - Avignon, France - London, England - San Francisco, CA - Seattle, WA - Amherst, MA - Florence, Italy - Tuscany, Italy - Milan, Italy - Barcelona, Spain - Madrid, Spain - Sevilla, Spain - Amsterdam, Holland -
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