13 results found for South Africa

A young voice from Hungary

“Move. Do things together. It makes you stronger.”


Returning home with an enriched mother tongue

Since 2016, Chené Swart, from South Africa, regularly travels to Flanders and stays with a family in Limburg. Chené returns back home with a deeper connection to her mother tongue and a lot of gratitude for the diversity of South Africa.


Tourism grows from living roots

Conversation with Marianne Schapmans, October 2014


Respect, value and enjoy what is different

A conversation with Taleb Rifai, Secretary-General of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) | 12 September 2017


The Holiday: Slowly getting a Feel for the Mystery of Life

How do two young people raised in very different worlds see holidays? What do they see as the essence of the holiday experience?


Waving goodbye and letting go

A message to my growing up daughter: ‘Live, enjoy, but don’t turn a blind eye to what is going wrong in the world. I’m so happy to see you spread your wings.’


Hospitality and welfare

Learnings from Bénin, Africa


Weaving holiday stories as golden threads into our lives

When people in the helping profession/care workers offer space to talk about holiday experiences, they have a chance to integrate their hopes, experiences and discoveries into their personal and family life line.


Behind the blue gate

My best friend Maya and I hopped on the rattling bus to the suburbs of Cuzco. Maya had been living in Peru for a year by then, so she was used to it: bumpy rides, fast Spanish conversations, streets becoming more and more decrepit as we moved away from the centre of town. Explore