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There are many different ways of travelling from place to place. People usually travel by car, train, aeroplane, or ship,, but in some countries of the world there are some unsual means of transport

On Your Bike!
The cycle-rickshaw is a popular means of transport in small towns and villages in India and other parts of Asia. People sit in the back while a man on a bicyle at the front pulls them along. In some towns in India, children go to school by cycle-rickshaw because it is slow and safe and not crowded like the buses. Cycle-riskshaw are comfortable and cheap, too!

Taxi
In Thailand, people often travel by taxi. However the taxis there are very unusual. They are elephant taxis and people travel around on the back of an elephant! The elephant! The elephants go to a training camp where they learn not to be scared in noisy places. A ride on an elephant taxi is not vety comfortable, though, because it's very bumpy!

Snow Problem!
In countries where there is a lot snow such as Greenland and Canada, people use dog-sledges to ged around. Dog-sledges are the best way to travel across the ice and snow. a team of four dogs pulls the sledge. Passengers can sit on the sledge or stand at the back for a ride. It's not vety comfortable, but it's fun!

1. many children in India go to school by dog-sledge.
2. Cycle- rickshaw are comfortable and expensive
3. In Thailand you can travel on the back of a camel.
4. A ride on an elephant taxi is very comfortable.
5.There is a lot of rain in Greenlande and Canada.
6. Cyclw-rickshaws are the best way to travel across ice and snow

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2010-03-03T07:35:02+01:00
1. Children in India go to school by cycle-rickshaw.
2. Cycle- rickshaws are comfortable but cheap.
3. In Thailand you can travel on the back of an elephant.
4. A ride on an elephant taxi is very uncomfortable. it's very bumpy!
5. There is a lot of snow in Greenland and Canada.
6. Dog-sledges are the best way to travel across ice and snow