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Charlie Marchant (Charlie on Travel)
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Ecofiltro Water Filter Factory Tour in #Guatemala | #rttc @ecofiltro

Ecofiltro is a social enterprise who provide clean drinking water for rural communities in Guatemala. Their water filters can be seen across Guatemala. We had the chance to visit the factory where their water filters are produced.  As anyone who’s spent…
Ecofiltro provide clean drinking water for rural communities in Guatemala. Visit the Ecofiltro factory and learn about water filter production.
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Urban and Jungle at 25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin #Berlin #ttot

25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin – an urban jungle hotel that breaks the boundary between the concrete streets of West Berlin and the lush green zoological park. For lovers of both city streets and the green outdoors like me, the 25hours Hotel is an impressive…
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Green Berlin Travel Guide #Berlin #greentravel #rttc

Our Berlin green travel guide, for travellers who want to experience eco-friendly and sustainable Berlin.
A guide to sustainable and green travel in Berlin. Berlin green travel, developments, projects, initiatives, parks, tours, transport and more.
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How Much Does It Cost to Travel in Bulgaria on a Budget? [Infographic] #Bulgaria #budgettravel

Looking for cheap travel destinations in Europe for a winter break? Let me tell you how much it costs to travel in Bulgaria. We booked our flights and set off on our winter adventure to Bulgaria after learning that there’s good skiing for bargain prices…
Looking for cheap travel destinations in Europe for a winter break? Let me tell you how cheap the cost to travel in Bulgaria is. Costs include skiing.
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Tai Dam Village in #Thailand: The People Without a Country | #rttc #responsibletravel

Among the lush valleys and undulating hills of Loei province lies the Tai Dam village in Chiang Khan, Thailand. Named for the black robes worn by both men and women, the Tai Dam — known as “Black Thai” in English — are an indigenous Vietnamese tribe that…
Learn about the life, culture and traditions of the Tai Dam village of Northern Thailand with community based tourism.
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7 Simple Ways to Travel Responsibly

Responsible travel means making environmentally, socio-culturally and economically aware travel choices. Knowing how to plan a responsible travel trip can seem like an absolute mission though, especially if there’s not a lot of time to read and research…
Planning a responsible travel trip doesn't have to be complicated. I share seven useful tips for more responsible travel experiences.
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Mexico Travel Checklist #mexico #ttot

Planning your trip to Mexico? This Mexico travel checklist covers all the essentials, from getting your VISA and vaccinations sorted right down to remembering to pack your pants. Mexico has several different climate zones, as well as beaches, mountains,…
Planning your trip to Mexico? This Mexico travel checklist covers everything from getting your Mexico VISA to remembering to pack your pants.
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They Eat Tacos in Mexico and Other Things I Learned This Week #Mexico #ttot

Mexico has proved to us that no matter how much you travel, there’s always more to learn. After 3 years of travelling together, including a year living abroad, as well as running a travel blog, Luke and I had come to think of ourselves as reasonably…
They eat tacos in Mexico and a number of other things I probably should have realised about Mexico.
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Packing light is the way to travel. If you’re an eco-conscious traveller like us, or just trying to travel more minimalist, then this eco-friendly travel packing list is for you. Got a suitcase? Forget about it. Multiple backpacks? That’s a hassle. All…
A travel packing list for the minimalist traveller. Lighten your load and lower your carbon footprint at the same time with our handy packing list.
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Plovdiv, Bulgaria – A Slow Travel Guide | #Bulgaria #slowtravel @VisitPlovdiv

Plovdiv is city for history and culture lovers. Our Plovdiv travel guide covers everything from the quaint Old Town with cobbled streets and historic buildings to the modern high street, uncovered city centre ruins and gratified rock faces. Plovdiv is a…
From the quaint Old Town and the modern high street, to Bachkovo monastery and Asen's fortress, our Plovdiv travel guide covers everything you need to know.
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What is Sustainable Travel? #rttc #travel #sustainabletravel

Sustainable travel should be the only way we travel. From excessive air travel that causes harmful CO2 emissions to package holiday resorts that are built on natural areas, international travel and tourism are far from sustainable. Our world has finite…
The world's resources are finite and travellers need to take responsibility for this. That’s where sustainable travel comes in.
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Sofia Slow Travel Guide – Bulgaria’s Capital City #Bulgaria #slowtravel

Sofia was our first stop in Bulgaria. We’d planned on just passing through on our way to go skiing in Bansko, but as we slowly started to discover more and more historic sights and vegan restaurants, we slowed down. Sofia isn’t a city like London, Paris…
Sofia was our first stop in Bulgaria. We slowly started to discover more and more historic sights and vegan restaurants, so we slowed down our travels.
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Travel blogger, freelance writer/editor and house sitter taking an alternative path across the world. She writes about ethical and budget travel as a couple.

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  • University of Exeter
    BA English, 2009 - 2012
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  • Freelance Writer & Editor, 2014 - present
  • BBC Films
    Intern, 2012 - 2012
  • Picturehouse Cinemas
    Marketing Intern, 2012 - 2012
  • HESS International Educational Organization
    ESL Teacher, 2012 - 2013
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We stayed at LA FE Hotel for two nights and really enjoyed it! The hotel is centrally located, very close to Chapultepec and all of the best restaurants and bars. The staff were very friendly and welcoming when we arrived and made the check-in easy. The rooms are large and well-decorated with fresh white bed linen and fluffy pillows. There’s also fast wifi and a reasonably sized kitchen. The hotel provides a simple but nice breakfast of coffee, fruit, toast and cereal. What's really special about this hotel though is the art! There are interesting art pieces throughout the boutique hotel. We'd definitely recommend spending a few nights here if you're staying in Guadalajara.
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Public - 4 weeks ago
reviewed 4 weeks ago
Amazing haircut! My boyfriend and I both had a haircut here and we were both really happy with the results. The staff were really friendly and helpful. We only speak a little bit of Spanish and they mimed for us to help us understand what they were asking! Both cuts were beautiful and we're really pleased. Prices were very good value - 180 pesos for a women's haircut and 130 pesos for a men's haircut. Thanks so much! :)
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Awful customer service. Laptop wouldn't power on after 6 weeks of buying but Currys couldn't help. They sent the PC back to manufacturer and after 3 weeks no word. Rang up customer service to find out how the repair was going and they didn't have the laptop on their system so couldn't give an update on anything. Shocking.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Friendly staff, lovely rustic room, delicious breakfast. Fully recommend! You can read a full review on my Taiwan blog.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
7 reviews
I would 100% recommend Taylor fencing. They erected a new fence down the side of our property, an end terrace, which has stood up to all weathers and is both strong and looks great. Lovely job. I can't thank them enough for helping to install my disabled brother's swing too.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Had a great time on the Angloville programme here. Great area, nice walks and a castle. Unfortunately the hotel's food isn't so good due to lack of variety and lack of fresh fruit and veg. However, the staff are really lovely.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Delicious xiao long bao. We ate vegetarian steamed buns and red bean buns. All were amazing, fresh, delicate and light! Service was good too, and free hot green tea constantly refilled.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago