I took a lot of local buses in India, trying to use them rather than always jumping in an auto-rickshaw or taxi. They are invariably crowded with school-children, chickens, gas bottles and vegetables, adorned with gods and flowers and ringing with tinny Indian music. And always cheap and very friendly. Not much else to say. Oh, except they would be hell in hot weather!
- 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)