The question is, can economic progress co-exist with green living?
Living far out in the Indian Ocean, surrounded by water and sand everywhere, even I forgot for a while that there is a world where people don’t live on islands!
On New Year’s Eve in Chiang Mai in 2017, I found myself at the Chiang Mai lantern festival, flying sky lanterns – something I never should have done.
Lately, there’s been a lot of debate around whether travelling really has the power to change you.
This World Environment Day, let’s pledge to reduce single use plastic and adopt eco-friendly products – including bamboo straws, biodegradable pads, cloth bags.
Sustainable tourism companies in India (including ecotourism and community tourism) that will change the way you experience Incredible India.
“We caught them in a net and twisted their necks.”
It is estimated that 3,00,000+ plastic bottles are dumped in Spiti every season. “I Love Spiti” aims to create awareness against the single-use plastic menace.
Perhaps you’ve felt the hair-raising excitement of a predator chase? I felt it too, except mine was laced with a tinge of cold fear.
Maybe this is the travel blogger’s version of a mid-life crisis.