Tag Archives: Humanitarian Travel

Responsible Tourism ~ from theory to practice. A journey of personal transformation [4]

As a continuation of my previous posts on Responsible Tourism – specifically on how it goes from theory to practice – I want to focus more on the personal stories of people who have engaged in it. From people who’ve … Continue reading

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Responsible Tourism ~ from theory to practice. A journey of personal transformation [3]

As a continuation of my previous posts on Responsible Tourism – specifically on how it goes from theory to practice – I want to focus more on the personal stories of people who have engaged in it. From people who’ve … Continue reading

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Responsible Tourism ~ from theory to practice. A journey of personal transformation [2]

As a continuation of my previous posts on Responsible Tourism – specifically on how it goes from theory to practice – I want to focus more on the personal stories of people who have engaged in it. From people who’ve … Continue reading

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Responsible Tourism ~ from theory to practice. A journey of personal transformation [1]

As a continuation of my previous posts on Responsible Tourism – specifically on how it goes from theory to practice – I want to focus more on the personal stories of people who have engaged in it. From people who’ve … Continue reading

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Slum Tours: Real Tourism or Real Exploitation?

By Dian Hasan | October 5, 2009 The Oscar-winning movie Slumdog Millionaire has made the world’s poor urban districts a popular tourist destination. Is it supportive or exploitive? National Geographic Traveler takes a look. There was a time when most … Continue reading

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Orang Utans make their own medicine. Discover how via Volunteer Work!

By Dian Hasan | October 12, 2009 The animal world never ceases to captivate us. With the explosion of media, especially TV programs dedicated to animals and wildlife, and with a big help from the internet, information about animals have … Continue reading

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Californian launches “4th World Love” to empower communities in Indonesia

By Dian Hasan | October 3, 2009 It’s always commendable when a young person steps out of their comfort zone and goes out of her/his way to help others. Especially it takes place in distant land, where there is a … Continue reading

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