We're always being told to travel responsibly, but how exactly do you do that? OK we all know you shouldn't flog it up the motorway in a gas-guzzler, but is it better to cross the channel by train or by ferry? Is it better to take a low-consumption car with four people in it, or to catch the train? This book answers your questions whether you're travelling in the UK or beyond, for work or on holiday. It also tackles other environmental issues about the impact you make on your destination, such as whether it's better to holiday somewhere unspoilt or somewhere well visited, and what food to eat when you're there. Full of practical help and suggestions, including great destinations for green holidays.WHY GO FURTHER NO.1 a Home is where the yurt is Throughout the book wea#39;ll be repeatedly posing the question: Why go ... If you feel especially romantic and in the mood for the Kama Sutra then therea#39;s the colourful Bombay Boudoir or, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Green Travel Guide|
|Author||:||Paul Jenner, Christine Smith|
|Publisher||:||Crimson Publishing - 2008|