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Isabelle Rayner
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I study Sustainable Development and Social Anthropology at the University of Edinburgh. I was born in England, moved to the Caribbean for a few years and now live in Scotland. I've just come back from a year abroad in Canada. Email: isabelle.rayner@outlook.com
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From big-city-lovers to sea-side wanderers, you cannot help but fall in love with this city!

Visit Seattle, from the Space Needle to a wall made of gum

From big-city-lovers to sea-side wanderers, you cannot help but fall in love with this city!

Admire the beautiful façade of a politically tense city.

Washington DC this summer: explore the capital and the capitol

Admire the beautiful façade of a politically tense city.

You thought the UK was doing well enough? Think again...

Three countries that are beating the UK in the anti-plastic race

You thought the UK was doing well enough? Think again...

These endangered sharks have found refuge in Madagascan waters.

How Madagascar became a haven for whale sharks

These endangered sharks have found refuge in Madagascan waters.

Inspiring a new generation of conservationists.

How you can support the Ocean Guardians of Mozambique

Inspiring a new generation of conservationists.

The big apple is great in any weather, and here's how you can make the most of it.

How to visit New York in rain, sun or snow

The big apple is great in any weather, and here's how you can make the most of it.

The windy city has a lot to offer...

How to spend a long weekend in Chicago

The windy city has a lot to offer...

Contiki Holidays promise adventure, relaxation and sustainable travel.

Hobbiton, hot springs and hatcheries in New Zealand

Contiki Holidays promise adventure, relaxation and sustainable travel.

'Keeping up with Al Gore is a feat unto itself.'
This Canadian city has it all – from food markets, to skyscraper views, to island escapes.

7 things to explore in Toronto

This Canadian city has it all – from food markets, to skyscraper views, to island escapes.

Four days of canoeing and campfires; sunsets and s’mores...

Canoe into natural Canada in Algonquin Provincial Park

Four days of canoeing and campfires; sunsets and s’mores...

A fresh-faced, innovative generation is coming to the fore, eager to destroy negative perceptions of the continent.

How technology is changing perceptions of Africa

A fresh-faced, innovative generation is coming to the fore, eager to destroy negative perceptions of the continent.

Instead of dishing out hundreds of pounds renting a car why not hike, cycle, kayak or sail through your favourite destinations?

3 ways you can ditch the car and make your travel plans greener

Instead of dishing out hundreds of pounds renting a car why not hike, cycle, kayak or sail through your favourite destinations?

There are simple changes you can make to reduce your impact on the local environment.

The invisible impacts of your holiday

There are simple changes you can make to reduce your impact on the local environment.

Phrasebooks and hotels can only take you so far.

Why everyone should use a homestay at some point in their lives

Phrasebooks and hotels can only take you so far.

Here are the top places to visit in this wonderful city...

Spend 48 hours in Montreal

Here are the top places to visit in this wonderful city...

We spoke to Juan Martinez, who quit his job and now travels the world full time.
Gore returns with fresh urgency in his new film, An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power.

Interview: Former Vice-President Al Gore discusses An Inconvenient Sequel

Gore returns with fresh urgency in his new film, An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power.

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