Hi, I've a passion for helping others with their future travels, so I founded a travel startup to capture people's future travel dreams at 196destinations.com
I've still a lot of places to visit in the world, but some of my favourites so far are Wine Glass Bay in Tasmania, Jervis Bay in NSW, Australia (the whole South East felt off the beaten path). My favourite island is Isle De Porquorolles in France - was lucky enough to sail arond that area with my family. Love skiing, and my favourite region to do so is Haute Savoie.
Air is betwen 8 and 20 times more polluting than train travel. Other land based travel modes arn't much more, such as Flix's coaches. Additionally the pollution from air is placed into the worse place - the upper atmosphere. it's a very effective green ... show more
We are on a mission to help keep people connected, in a low-carbon manner, by making it easier to pick long-distance trains. It's an extremely hard job, and far from an entitled position. The climate emergency has been known about for a very long time.... show more
Well, in 2002, on the anniversay of 9/11 I flew into Sydney. I'd not had a holiday in 7 years, of working, and decided finally it was time, and my sister was there and I got to visit. WEHAY. They call a flight to Australia a trip of a life-time. And I ... show more
I see that a lot of bloggers, in their bios, write things like "My goal is to inspire people to travel." It makes me wonder: is that really what we should do? Do we really want more people to travel, given all of the climate and sustainability consequences that can arise from travel? Or should we be encouraging people to travel better rather than more? And if so, how?
Hello all :-) I am writing on a sustainable travel guide to Barcelona, and I would love, if you would share your best tips for the city. I am looking for sustainable experiences as what to see, activities, vegan, vegetarian, flexitarian and organic restaurants and cafées and sustainable shopping. I will be grateful, if you can help. Thanks Hanne