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Carmen

Carmen Jenner is a travel, food, and lifestyle writer, wanna-be photographer and the founder of Fluffy Towel. She specialises in travel memoirs, destination pieces, hotel reviews, guidebook contributor, travel advice, restaurant reviews, family travel, and copywriting.

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World Orangutan Day

filed19 Aug 2013 from

The 19th August marked World Orangutan Day, which recognises the most iconic victim and of the palm oil industry. You can take action at World Orangutan Day. If you want to know more about the dire consequences of the palm oil industry you’l find out more details here Rainforest Action network

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are you ok hanging around hanging feet up head in bucketsad sitting in a tree smiling tony soprano

It's time to take action!

It’s time to take action!

10 Reasons to Desert Yourself on Gaya Island

filed14 Jul 2013 from

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As the speedboat zoomed towards Gaya Island Resort, I was already devising ways to never return to reality.

A few minutes off the coast of Kota Kinabalu on the Malaysian state of Sabah lies a refuge away from life as most of us know it. Located on the island of Pulau Gaya within the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park, Malohom Bay sweeps majestically at the Gaya Island Resort’s feet.

Gaya Island villas

1. Lay down and weep

On the approach in it’s …

From Colombo to Galle: A Sri Lankan travel revival

filed01 Sep 2010 from

Throngs flock to the Galle Face Green in Colombo at sunset to gossip, eat, fly kites, and enjoy the passing parade

The palm-tree pattered isle formely known as Ceylon is recovering from its 25-year civil war and the devastating 2004 tsunami. Plenty of blood has been shed and oceans have been cried over the tear-shaped island of Sri Lanka. But now it is experiencing a resurgance, and nowhere is this more visible than in its Capital Colombo and on the …

Smiles from the Teardrop Isle: Family Travel in Sri Lanka

filed31 Aug 2010 from

Art imitating colourful life in Sri Lanka

Like a jewel dropped into the ocean, Sri Lanka sparkles bright. Tamer than its Indian neighbour, the spicy isle is heaving with culture, wildlife, gems, adventure, welcoming locals, and exotic beauty every which way.

Unlike other Asian hotspots Sri Lanka is virtually untouched by tourism compliments of the 25 year war. The country breathes a collective sigh of relief as the war is finally over. The figurative doors have flung open and tourists …