Why Responsible Tourism is Crucial TODAY

It’s official, the world’s water supply is running out. At least that is the grim reality for the people of Cape Town in South Africa.  In 2017, South Africa experienced its worse drought since 1904 . Water levels in the dams dropped to a significantly dangerous level. So dangerous in fact that if consumption continues at its current rate, Cape Town will run out of water before May 2018.  Continue reading “Why Responsible Tourism is Crucial TODAY”

Harbourside in Hobart

Hobart is the harbour city of Tasmania that sits on the estuary of the Derwent River and the finish line for the Sydney to Hobart yacht race.  Flanked against the mountainside backdrop of Mount Wellington, at 1270 metres, Hobart is a city of colourful history and culture.  The harbour district starts at fashionable Salamanca Place where you will find the arts district, pubs, cafes, sandstone warehouses and of course the popular Salamanca Market every Saturday. Continue reading “Harbourside in Hobart”