Have you heard about the current vacationing trend called eco tourism? As the name suggests, this newly popular mode of trip taking is all about going on vacation while keeping in mind the needs of our planet. There are a multitude of ways to prefer eco-tourism while vacationing. You can do only activities that do not require fuel. Such as surfing instead of boating or water skiing. You can join a rainforest or coastal cleanup group and help remove a mess anywhere. Another thing that is becoming more respected and more popular is staying at a resort that only has heating and cooling available at particular times of the afternoon. Sporadically there is not a/c and oil furnace at all, no matter what. These types of vacations are generally in warmer temperatures, of course, since trying to live in a frozen tundra separate from a oil furnace is impossible. Well, I almost went on a beach vacation that used unquestionably limited temperature control. At this resort, there was undefined available at the hottest times of the afternoon – from noon until 5:00 pm. After 5:00 pm, you could only use a ceiling fan or a box fan. Also, there were unheated swimming pools available, which are unquestionably cool and refreshing chances if there is no a/c to fall back on. The resort was gorgeous, but I just could not bring myself to sign up for the trip. One of our favorite parts of being away from house is being able to adjust the thermostat to whatever temperature I want and not have to worry about paying the heating and cooling bill. Eco tourism is a wonderful idea, but I am just not ready to go on adventures that do not include good indoor air quality.