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My Atitlan, Guatemala

My Atitlan, Guatemala

Szkoła języka hiszpańskiego - San Pedro Spanish School: https://www.facebook.com/SanPedroSpanishSchool/San Pedro la Laguna - wioska ekologiczna: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HF8GL0BKq9M Cytaty zaczerpnięto z:Miguel Ángel Astúrias, „Legendy...

Notes from Mongolia

Notes from Mongolia

text: Dominika Zaręba Why does the wind make its home in the steppe? Sajnbajnu is a Mongolian greeting, which translates into English as: Good day, how are you, are you all right? ... You cannot respond to it in the negative. Talking about sadness...

Belarussian soul

Belarussian soul

    Copyright: Dominika Zaręba Every trip is associated with some smell, taste, color... Belarus smells of wood, herbs drying out in the sun, tea brewed in a samovar with a view out onto a forest of pine, fir and birch. It tastes of...

South Africa with kids

South Africa with kids

South Africa through the eyes of young travelers text and photos: Dominika Zaręba We stop over to have a picnic underneath a blooming coral tree with a vista spreading out before us of seemingly endless rocky bluffs of the Sabie River Valley,...

Ecotourism and protected areas

Ecotourism and protected areas

Worldwide there are currently ca. 209 thousand protected areas, which span almost 15,4% of the land area and 3,4% of the ocean area (32 million km2 according to 2014 United Nations List of Protected Areas, UNEP, 2014). Ecotourism is a form of...

Culture and Nature

Culture and Nature

It often turns out that in order to motivate local communities to protect natural environment, one needs to seek arguments that are first of all pragmatic, and second of all, have a reference to the local identity: symbols and elements constituting...

Little travelers

Little travelers

  Little travelers on trails across the globe by: Dominika Zareba Kids are natural and grateful travellers. Their needs are small compared to those of grown-ups, they don’t require any special conveniences, they show a natural curiosity for...

Taste of Bali

Taste of Bali

    Gado-gado, or learning how to make Indonesian dishes /// Ungasan – a small village on the Indonesian island of Bali, not far from the Ulu Watu temple, is best known for the Indonesian cookery courses that take place there. A local...

Fair trade & ecotourism

Fair trade & ecotourism

  text: Dominika Zaręba Fair trade, which seeks to support small producers and local communities especially in developing countries, is become more and more popular around the world. It also is an approach to product sales which is closely...

Ecotourism and Greenways

Ecotourism and Greenways

[:en]At a time when more and more local communities across the globe are struggling to maintain the uniqueness of the places they live and at the same time to balance it with the economic development, there is a need to implement and promote...

Women and ecotourism

Women and ecotourism

[:en]on the picture: Agnieszka Zach / Biebrza Witch / http://www.biebrzanskawiedzma.com.pl The role of women leaders in supporting development of ecotourism in rural areas text: Dominika Zareba, Poland see: presentation at the 4th European...

Moravian Wine Trails

Moravian Wine Trails

Rolling hills with patchworks of fields, vineyards and orchards, picturesque streets lined with historical wine cellars, quaint villages and small towns with a vibrant musical heritage, especially the music of cymbals and fiddles, wine festivals...

Coffee with Angel

Coffee with Angel

  I will look for a place where two angels meet to have a cup of coffee and say what has not been said. One came from the East Another one from the West There are only minutes left Till the end of the world. What would I say having a coffee...