And invites photographers to submit photos to the project.
Ever stared down from your airliner window seat at a desolate tundra landscape or dramatic mountain wilderness and wondered who lives there, or where exactly ‘there’ is? Well, the Royal Geographical Society (RGS) is hoping to supply the answer.
The RGS – or more formally, the “Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)” to denote its 1995 merger with the Institute of British Geographers – has just added its latest Continue Reading
And while he’s there, he’ll be writing a book entitled ‘How to live like a celebrity for free’.
The UK’s first budget hotel brand, Travelodge has taken on showbiz reporter, Neil Sean, as it’s first ever writer in residence.
Neil, who is currently the Royal / Entertainment reporter for NBC News / MSNBC & Access Hollywood (London & New York) and writes for a number of national daily newspapers, has been interviewing celebrities for years. So, while staying Continue Reading
The Egyptian Tourist Authority is supporting a live blogging trip this week, which will then be presented as a case-study at the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) conference on Travel and Media on Thursday.
What what would happen if the power of tourism were better harnessed as a force for positive change in the world? A question that’s been asked for decades, it has found far-reaching echo in a strategic coalition of vocal advocates under the United Nations umbrella. And now it’s got a social media strategy too.
Having a tough time capturing all the different elements of a multi-day blogtrip? Here’s a new option.
Talented developers at Tourdust, James Croft and Basil Safwat set out on an 8-hour code marathon to use HTML5 and CSS3 as their tools of choice to bring a new concept to life. The result is a very beautiful site showcasing a Tourdust-operated multi-day trip up Mount Kilimanjaro, telling the story as you scroll. This particular technique was most Continue Reading