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Travels with locals: 10 great public transport rides

In many parts of the world, using public transport can be a more enriching experience for visitors than a guided tour or private car hire – but you might have to sharpen up your hammock-fixing and price negotiation skills. 11 more words


Testing times for older drivers?

On 26 June, Age UK is supporting a free conference at the Mobility Roadshow looking at how we can improve road safety for older drivers. Joe Oldman, Age UK’s Consumer and Community Policy Advisor, explains the current issues in the older driver debate.  614 more words


Weekly Photo Challenge: Enveloped

Fog envelopes the A406 at the end of August 2008 – signalling an early autumn.

You can read about the Weekly Photo Challenge at https://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/enveloped/


Cruise Holidays, Quantified

We’ve just submitted a paper for ‘Contemporary Perspectives in Tourism and Hospitality Research: Policy, Practice and Performance’. In this I’m teamed up with co-worker and tourism professional Christine for our second study of the cruise industry. 706 more words


O mana de ajutor la nevoie!

Nici un lucru nu este mai imbucurator pentru o persoana  ca atunci cand i se intinde o mana de ajutor cand are cea mai mare nevoie, atunci cand toate caile de acces sunt blocate si nimeni nu este alaturi pentru a oferi un sprijin. 156 more words


Celebrate the Moscow metro's 80th birthday with a journey through the city's history - in pictures

When it opened on 15 May 1935, the Moscow metro was a subterranean Communist paradise: its chandeliers, marble, intricate mosaics and heroic statues created an opulent space that was accessible for the city’s workers. 27 more words


The bicycle is not the main character in this story.

It was mid-summer and we had gone to watch New Zealand’s only professional football team play at Eden Park. We decided to stop for a bite to eat on the way home. 146 more words