Month

January 2015
Highland Games Competitors
If you are the parent of a pre-teen, then most likely you have heard of the online game, Clash of Clans. For the uninitiated, the premise of this game is to build a village, join a clan and then smash another player’s village for its resources so your village grows larger and stronger. For our...
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Crann Og Ireland
I’ve been travelling and volunteering for nearly two years now. In the beginning of this year, I came to a place called ‘Crann Óg’. It’s a small eco farm/community/self-catering destination in the County of Galway in the west of Ireland. So, I stayed there Spring on, interrupted by occasional visits to my boyfriend. Since September...
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ParenzanaView
Take the imagery of Tuscany (without the crowds) and combine it with a family-friendly biking and hiking trail that meanders through various villages offering comfortable accommodations and fantastic culinary delicacies, and you have Croatia’s Parenzana Trail in a nutshell. The 123 kilometer (approximately 77 mile) biking and hiking trail’s history is quite comical. Originally built...
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Project Background Fair Trade Tourism in South Africa asked Greenloons to compile a psychographic analysis report of the American “green” “eco” “responsible” consumer in order to inform South African tour operators and other tourism busineses of the potential market segments for a responsible tourism product in the United States.  The report not only profiled these American...
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Scotland Biking
This past summer, our European family vacation was dedicated to experiencing all things local. Whether it was touring a family-owned organic vineyard or seeing a cultural dance performance just outside of Dubrovnik in Croatia, spending a sun-drenched few days on the island of Hydra in Greece, or enjoying the spectacular Highland colors and absolutely delicious...
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