Buenos dias, Gadlingers. I want to apologize for my brief absence over the weekend. I was lodging in Colca Canyon, the world´s deepest canyon, and was therefore unavailable to post my usual Gadlinks. Fortunately, Aaron´s been holding the fort. Here now is today´s dose of Gadlinks, a quick whirl around the travel blogosphere.
- Speaking of Latin America, check out this vegetarian´s article about enduring iron deficiency on her romp through Peru, one of the most notoriously carnivorous countries in the world. (via BootsNAll)
- Having just spent a day voluntouring for Pisco Sin Fronteras here in Peru, I can see the benefits of volunteering abroad, but this astute article discusses the changing face of voluntouring as we know it. (via Green Traveller)
- Since space tourism may soon be the rage, a college in London is already working on a space hotel design where space tourists can fully enjoy the benefit of near-hourly sunsets every day. (via Faster Times)
- Helly Hansen´s latest Ekolab line has gone completely green! Everything in the outfitter´s new Ekolab series is made from 100% recycled material, and the gear is just as rugged and light. (via TreeHugger)
´Til tomorrow, have a great evening!
More Gadlinks here.