Sustainable Wanderlust
Preserve unique cultures and special places
Buddhist school kids in Ladakh, India

What if you could escape to a hidden Himalaya? And immerse yourself in a two thousand year old Tibetan Buddhist culture? Travel through tiny villages dotted around expansive valleys. The Himalayan peaks filling the sky. The crisp air quiet except for the soft sounds of fluttering prayer flags and soft prayer chants If so this [...]

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Jun 20, 2013

For thousands of children toiling away at the bottom of India’s working class, even a tin shanty is a luxury beyond their financial reach. They often reach, instead, for an empty lot that each evening transforms into a bedroom community where 30 rupees, roughly sixty cents, can buy you a cot and a blanket for [...]

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Aug 15, 2012

  Cambodia has Angkor Wat. England has Stonehenge. And India, in perhaps the ultimate game of one-upmanship, has Hampi, a place that somehow manages to stunningly blend the wonders of the two. Just a brief ten hour train ride from the touristy beaches of Goa takes one to the Indian state of Karnataka within which [...]

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Aug 14, 2012

  Three weeks ago in the Himalayas, I was sipping hot butter tea. it was being served by young Buddhist monks who could barely hold onto their giant kettles. I was a guest during a morning prayer ritual at a 15th century Himalayan Monastery. The prayer ceremony flowed much like an alpine river – varying [...]

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Jun 28, 2012

Q1. What do you think it is about the mountains that attracts travellers? A1. Mountains are a unique experience and people love observing their life from perspective In essence you travel within yourself #TTOT Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Google+ Share on Linkedin Share by email qualityhunters Tue, Jun [...]

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Jun 27, 2012

As more and more tourists trek to the Himalayas they often leave behind a trail of miniature destruction. Leaving the Himalayas just as nature intended should be our goal. Here are 9 easy ways to make sure that your visit to the Himalayas leave the mountains awe inspiring beauty intact for generations to come. Ever [...]

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Jun 21, 2012

When it comes to the world’s delicate ecosystems we, to borrow a turn of phrase from the folk singer Joni Mitchell, often don’t know what we’ve got ‘til it’s gone. We humans have a tendency to poop where we eat, in the process spoiling our immediate environment. There is, after all, a reason why French [...]

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Jun 20, 2012

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Arctic Drilling efforts by Big Oil is something that get’s under everyone’s skin. Enter ArcticReady.com. A Greenpeace  site posing as a Social Media initiative by SHELL. We at Shell want everyone to feel as “pumped” as we do about freeing much-needed Arctic resources. After all, the Arctic is the common heritage of all humanity, and [...]

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Jun 15, 2012

Rajasthan is India’s princely desert state. Better known for its magnificent city kingdoms of Jaipur, Jodhpur and Udaipur and their lavish forts and palaces; Rajasthan is also home to a unique group of artisans. Miniature art painters. For centuries they have been creating artwork on canvas, parchment, stone and mud walls. Artwork that is a [...]

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Jun 15, 2012

Q1. Famous (or not) person past or present you’d like to hit the road with? Share “ A1. A road trip with Bear Grylls would be epic! Just hope we don’t run out of drinking water! #TNI Chris & Tawny Thu, Apr 12 2012 15:31:51 ReplyRetweet Share “ He is freaking hilarious, and very smart [...]

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Apr 18, 2012