We were handed out neat little lunch boxes full of sweet snacks and a drink. Music blared away, and there was one Bollywood-style movie but otherwise it was similar to most other long-distance buses in Australia or Europe. That is, if they can’t go 2km without honking their horn, and don’t really pay attention to lanes in the road. The one nice touch was the way the driver pulled over to help another bus that had broken down. Not phased by the fact there were already half a dozen other vehicles stopped and ten other guys staring into the engine, we too stopped to shed some headlights on the problem for ten minutes or so.
- Carbon Offsets
- Final 2008-2009 Carbon Footprint
- Hunting for happy dolphins and ‘clean’ coal – Hallbarhet Day 2
- First big steps – Hallbarhet Day 1
- What am I not sharing?
- Australia – Darwin to Sydney (the long way)
- Books 4: Outliers, Aussies and Blind Faith
- Books 3: Auto/Biographies
- Books 2: Food, Biocultural conservation, Globalisation and Hope
- Books 1: Trains, travels, and training warriors
- Proudly Australian?
- Sumatra, Java and Bali – Indonesia
- The Size of Reality
- Singapore, then Batam (Indonesia)