Zero Waste Week in Barcelona

Barcelona was a Zero Waste dream! Bulk shops selling pasta, soap, nut butters, WINE, detergents, and dried fruits, plastic free bakeries,  waste sorting bins, and independent produce shops - it was all there. Over the course of the week we were in Barcelona I visited a handful of bulk stores and other mention-worthy shops selling … Continue reading Zero Waste Week in Barcelona

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Eco Camping in Bahia de los Angeles

Here's How We Reduced Our Waste Drinking Water- To avoid one of my top nemeses, the disposable water bottle, we chose to refill! We brought along a 5 gallon water bottle and filled it up with potable water down in baja. We also filled up a couple of individual bottles at the same place for … Continue reading Eco Camping in Bahia de los Angeles

Eco Camping Adventures in Joshua Tree National Park

Here's How We Made The Trip (mostly) Zero Waste Food: I bought two types of dehydrated soups at the organic co-op which were perfect for cold weathered camping. Combined with vegetables we already had at home, beans, and rice, we were perfectly nourished for all 2 days. For breakfast we brought our favorite, oats topped … Continue reading Eco Camping Adventures in Joshua Tree National Park

10 Reasons Why I Fell in Love with Bali Eco Stay

Last month we escaped the crowded streets and beaches of southern Bali and made our way up the central mountains to a magical place among rice terraces and coconut groves. As an "eco traveler" we'd stayed in sustainable farms, small family owned guesthouses, and even camped in national parks, but we hadn't stayed at a real … Continue reading 10 Reasons Why I Fell in Love with Bali Eco Stay