Animal Aid Unlimited: Ethical Animal Encounters in Rajasthan, India

We’ve written before about the problems with animal encounter tourism in Asia. But it’s not all doom and gloom. When we were in India we heard about an amazing organisation called Animal Aid Unlimited. Along with our travel buddy Callum, we hopped into a tuk-tuk and headed over to get our hands dirty and find out more about what they do.

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Bambu Hotel Battambang: A Peaceful, Eco-Friendly Retreat

Our time in Cambodia is well and truly ticking away now. We are heading to Malaysia at the start of August for the next leg of our travels. But before that we wanted to explore a little more of this fascinating country. What better way to do this than to spend a weekend in the small city of Battambang. As you know, we are always on the lookout for green and eco-friendly ways to travel, and Bambu Hotel Battambang ticked all of our boxes!

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Cooking Class At The Peace Cafe: Cooking Up (and in!) A Storm

The Peace Cafe has been one of our favourite spots in Siem Reap since our first day here. This awesome social enterprise serves delicious veggie food (including an amazing vegan brownie!) but they also run yoga classes, Khmer lessons, monk chats and more. Yesterday we finally took the cooking class at the Peace Cafe – read on to find out if we cooked up a storm or if we burned down the house!

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