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Isle of Harris: Otters on the Rodel Peninsula

‘It was sunny when we started’. Bernie, proprietor of the Loch Erisort Inn on the Isle of Lewis, hears this a lot from bedraggled walkers, drenched from the rain, scuttle into the pub in search of shelter, warmth and some food.

A Transfer Adventure: Punta Arenas to Torres Del Paine

A transfer can be a dull - perhaps from an airport to a resort. But if you arrive in the port of Punta Arenas in Chile with plans to transfer to Torres del Paine National Park, be prepared for something much more.n

Off Grid and Eco – Playa Captivo in Costa Rica

Tucked away in the south west corner of Costa Rica is the Piedra Blanca National Park. It’s the perfect place to see wildlife, go hiking or kayaking, and generally soak up the beauty of the area.

Brighton Pavilion MP Caroline Lucas to open Europe's prime vegan lifestyle festival.

Brighton-based Member of Parliament Caroline Lucas will open one of Europe's top vegan festivals VegfestUK Brighton on Saturday March 28th at 11am at the Brighton Centre.

Ice, Ice Baby - The Glorious Pia Glacier

I can hear, and feel, our small zodiac boat crunching through the ice as we make our way from ship to shore. Miniature icebergs bob in the water around us, congregating nearer the land, forcing us to break our way through.

Organic Holidays listing The Rumblie Guest House wins Green Tourism GoldStar Award

Organic Holidays, the website that brings you a wide selection of organic places to say, is delighted that The Rumblie Guest House - was awarded a Green Tourism GoldStar Awards in 2014.

The Eastern Townships, Quebec

The Eastern Townships offer vineyards, mountains, artisan food producers, biking trails, picturesque villages and bears (well we are talking about Canada!)

Penguins, Penguins Everywhere

Penguins, penguins and more penguins. It’s the final morning of the cruise aboard the Via Australis – a trip that has taken us from tiny, remote Hornos Island at the tip of South America, through the Beagle Channel and Magellan Straits, past majestic

Walking the Butt of Lewis

Which do you prefer? Long sandy beaches, with the waves tickling their edges, or rugged cliffs and jagged rocks jutting up out of the water – Lewis and Harris have both.

Buenos Aires, a thoroughly European city

Buenos Aires is a European city in almost everything but location. It has the tree lined boulevards of Paris, the café culture of Madrid, the decorative buildings of Milan and the elegant coffee houses and fancy cakes of Vienna.

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