30% of global fish stocks are overexploited, 60% are fully exploited. To mark World Oceans Day, more than 200 Relais & Châteaux chefs are demonstrating their long-standing commitment to protecting marine resources and fighting overfishing, a pledge they honor by cooking unknown fishes.
What does it take to charm you? Perhaps the kiss of enduring sunlight, the gaze of pure blue sea, the mystery of the moon’s reflection on dark waters? Here are 10 ways you will be surprises by the Indian Ocean islands: Mauritius, Seychelles, Madagascar, Reunion, Zanzibar.
You may or may not want to consider a career change after learning about these ten rather unusual jobs around the world. But it might at least open your eyes to the many wondrous ways that some people choose to make a living in the tourism industry.
This is our answer to the call of the unusual. To the mystery of the weird and wonderful. To the belief that life is unpredictable and that we should embrace the curious as often as we can to truly “suck out all the marrow of life,” as Henry David Thoreau put it.
With the easter week-end right around the corner, let us guide you through ten great places where you can discover chocolate under all its forms.
For many, it is the animals of the world that spur them to journey across lands and seas, the wild, unhabituated and miraculously varied Animal Kingdom that lures them from destination to destination.
We can never have enough of nature. Henry David Thoreau, the writer, knew this, that the “tonic of wildness” is essential to our time on earth. Discover seven distinct places to answer this call of the wild, to relax and reconnect with the natural world.
The summer period is ideal to leave cities and get fresh ideas with the nature. Primary islands, forests, big lakes or mountain, discover the rest of our series and five places to connect with the big spaces.
While the northern hemisphere’s temperatures keep the kids indoors or on the slopes this time of year, the tropical islands of the Indian Ocean charm the sun chasers and water babies among us, with their toasty waters and tropical conditions.