Be seen to be green

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IT'S good to see that Greentraveller.co.uk is celebrating its fifth birthday this week. It started out as a blog by Richard Hammond (no, not the Top Gear one who for a small man has got a giant carbon footprint) and is now a site offering 500 green places to stay and 1,500 holidays that you can take by train or ferry.
He says: “The growth reflects the huge number of holidaymakers who wish to minimise their carbon footprint. Green is no longer extreme, it’s mainstream. 
The single most important decision travellers can take to reduce their impact on the environment is to seek alternatives to flying. Our holidays range from B&Bs in the Brecon Beacons and luxury hotels in Cornwall to innovative treehouses in Northern France, cycling holidays in Sardinia and wintersports holidays in the Alps."
There'll be even more options next year including going to Morocco overland. Proves that we want to be seen to be green. Oh, and that blogs work!

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