Newsletter from East Africa May 2006

Otto I. Eovaldi

Kenya and Eco-tourism This year Kenya Wildlife Service has been actively involved in the sensitization of communities coexisting with wildlife to get involved in its management so as to utilize their heritage sustainable. The organization has realized that, without actively participating with the community, it has affected direct benefits from […]

Family Camping Tents – Camping Guide

Otto I. Eovaldi

Family camping tents are a must-have if you are planing to go camping with your family. As a matter of fact, it could be really tricky if you don’t have all the information necessary to indicate that it is a good choice. Buying family camping tents truly means planning ahead […]

Medieval Villages – France

Otto I. Eovaldi

“History is written by the winners.” A quote we’re all familiar with. But, ya know what? It ain’t necessarily so. Who does History remember more – Joan of Arc? Or the blue meanies who invited her to be the guest of dis-honor at her own bar-b-que? You’ve seen this Movie […]

Quick Facts About Annecy

Otto I. Eovaldi

Annecy is a territory in the Haute-Savoie department in the Rhone-Alpes region in south-eastern France. It is located on the northern tip of Lake Annecy (Lac d’Annecy), which is situated at 35 kilometers south of Geneva. The town of Annecy is surrounded by mountains. These mountains are Le Mont Verier, […]

Ideas For Eco-Friendly RV Camping

Otto I. Eovaldi

The main motivation for most RV campers to hit the road is the desire to enjoy nature. With that in mind, doesn’t it make sense that we’d want to do all we can to protect the environment? Here’s an even dozen helpful tips for making your vacation as eco-friendly as […]