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Camille Van Puymbroeck is a Belgian freelance journalist with a big interest in anything lifestyle and ecology-related. Nothing makes her more happy than visiting a former Soviet building, overgrown by nature, equipped with a camera and a coffee. Not without an Italian meal afterwards, of course. Her work has previously been published in Metro, Sabato Magazine and Culinaire Ambiance.

3 August 2021

5 sustainable swimwear brands perfect for your next holiday

The weather doesn’t always seem to agree, yet officially, we’re right in the middle of the summer and thus, we’re in holiday season. Especially if the […]
2 August 2021

Should your summer be memorable, Instagrammable, or both?

We all want to have a great summer and, if possible, also share all the beautiful and fun experiences with our friends who couldn’t be there […]
2 August 2021

Environmental responsibilities of the Digital Nomad

2021 marks the intersection of two growing areas of interest: remote working and environmental sustainability. Greater numbers than ever before are opting to work remotely, and […]
2 August 2021

Investments in ‘Green Hotels’ aimed at restarting tourism

Destination Capital (DC) has signed a collaborative arrangement with the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) to support the rejuvenation of the hotel industry. The arrangement supports the […]
29 July 2021

5 new sites named UNESCO World Heritage

On Saturday 14th July UNESCO World Heritage held its 44th session online, chaired from Fuzhou in China, during which the Arab and Europe regions received five new […]
29 July 2021

Did you know that seagrass can help fight climate change?

Seagrasses don’t get as much attention as coral reefs but this elusive, tiny marine plant is at risk, threatened by human activities such as dredging, the […]
28 July 2021

10 Most expensive yachts in the world

Ever wished you could just climb aboard a luxury yacht, forget life’s stresses and sail away into the sunset? Well, if we could, these would be […]
28 July 2021

What is “plogging” and why do it?

There are always new health and fitness trends emerging; unusual foods or strange exercises, hyped up and spread across social media until it seems everyone is […]
28 July 2021

10 most-followed Instagram accounts in 2021

It’s that guilty pleasure. That ‘quick browse’ that turns into half an hour later. That daily (or more) check up on who’s doing what and going […]
28 July 2021

Space tourism: never mind the ticket, can we afford the climate cost?

Space tourism has long been on the horizon, but in the last month it has become a reality. With both Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos having […]
27 July 2021

Hotels that used to be something else

Many hotels have an interesting history – from the locations they were built on to the people who stayed there and meetings which took place. However, […]
27 July 2021

Growing hydroponic gardens: Advantages and disadvantages

Have you ever heard of growing plants without soil? Today it’s possible thanks to hydroponics, an innovative and practical way of growing plants indoors or outdoors […]
27 July 2021

E-volunteering: A positive response to Covid-19

“Peopleandplaces” pioneered responsible volunteering abroad, benefitting local communities in the developing world with skills shared by people with proven skills. They have never provided classroom teachers, […]
27 July 2021

How a Mediterranean diet could solve your migraine issues

Suffering from a headache is never fun, especially not when you’re on vacation and the only thing you want to do is enjoy your time off. […]
26 July 2021

International travel remains limited: 147 million fewer international arrivals

The latest UNWTO data shows that over the first five months of the year, world destinations recorded 147 million fewer international arrivals (overnight visitors) compared to […]
23 July 2021

Top 10 hottest countries in the world

Recently, we have heard the latest news about the hottest temperature ever in Canada and in some parts of the US. Canada is set a new […]