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Sustainability pioneers: Ben Förtsch from Creativhotel Luise

Sustainability pioneers: Ben Förtsch from Creativhotel Luise

In our series “Sustainability pioneers” we regularly introduce personalities paving the way for eco-friendly and socially responsible hotel practices. Today, we introduce you to Ben Förtsch from Creativhotel Luise.

Food waste and green cuttings used in the garden

Food waste and green cuttings used in the garden

Sometimes it’s frustrating to see how much waste is produced while cooking or gardening. Even though I rarely cause plastic waste in the kitchen, other waste has to be disposed of. Private households usually generate small amounts of organic waste. In hotels, on the contrary, […]

On International Women’s Day: Women’s Power for Environmental Protection

On International Women’s Day: Women’s Power for Environmental Protection

Today is International Women’s Day. Hence, we introduce you to some strong women contributing to the protection of the environment, the climate and animals everyday.

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Bathing in natural swimming ponds: good for body and nature

Bathing in natural swimming ponds: good for body and nature

Last summer I had the chance to swim in a swimming pond for the very first time and it was an extraordinary experience, especially for me as a nature lover. Surrounded by trees and the beautiful garden I just floated between the water lilies! Best […]

Thailand’s Gateway to the South: Exploring the provinces of Chumphon and Ranong

Thailand’s Gateway to the South: Exploring the provinces of Chumphon and Ranong

Paradisiacal beaches, crowds of people and party-enthusiastic travelers alike: associations often related to Thailand’s southern provinces. Today, you’ll learn more about two regions where you cannot only find breathtaking natural beauty, but also authentic experiences. Chumphon and Ranong have plenty to offer and are more […]


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Paragliding in the Allgäu

Paragliding in the Allgäu

Recently, I started a course to obtain the paragliding A-license. Therefore, I spent 10 days in the Allgäu Alps enjoying  the view of the beautiful landscape from the air. For four days, I was trained to start and steer the paraglider properly (which is harder than you would think). Next, I started flying from about 250 m. Seeing everything from above and gliding slowly through the air was a breathtaking experience! And next time, I’ll start from Alpine heights, 650 m and more 😉

 

by Lynn