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The first feedbacks after the meida gig:
I have just finished reading your article in the Sydney Morning Herald and have had a great time looking at your website – congratulations on a fantastic journey!
I am a Science teacher at Hawkesbury High School (NW of Sydney – about 1.5 hrs by car from sydney city – mmm.. not sure of the cycle time?) and I would love it if you and your family could come and talk to some of our science students.
I am also the Duke of Edinburgh Co-ordinator (an adventure community program for kids) and these students would love to hear of your exploits.
I am a keen, green cyclist too and would love to meet you. You are all more than welcome to stay at our home in the Blue Mountains and meet my wife Cath and our children Zoe, Georgie and Simon if this helps your expedition.
I read the Sun-Herald article today on your climate-change quest and was of course impressed! I teach at a government primary school in Sydney’s east, Malabar Public. My students are 9, 10 and 11 years old. This term we are studying global issues and our impact on the planet. Could you let me know where you are speaking over the next month, and whether you would consider visiting our school!! We are only a small school, and not affluent by Eastern Suburbs standards, being strategically located between the Malabar Sewage Treatment Works and Long Bay Gaol!
Malabar Public School
Hello Dario and Sabine
I read with interest your article in Sunday’s Herald- Congratulations on your commitment to making our world a greener place. I am a secondary teacher at Parramatta Marist High School which is located at Westmead in Sydney. I would love an opportunity to discuss with you whether you are available to come out and speak to a year group, the time frame and costs involved. I am not to sure how long you are in Sydney and what commitments you already have, so if you could reply in a email with some details I would appreciate it.
Dario and Sabine,
Congratulations on your expedition.I was very impressed after reading about your achievements and plans in the “Sun-Herald” newspaper. I live in Tumut which is about 450km south of Sydney and I would like to invite you to speak at a combined service clubs dinner (Rotary ,Lions and Apex) scheduled for March 19th and perhaps speak at the primary school where I work.Hopefully this date will fit in with your schedule.
Thank you, Steven Jenkins
Hello Dario & Sabine ,
Wow what a great achievement , so inspiring . I love it when people are out there achieving not talking about it .
I am a mum at Canterbury public school & I would like it if you could please email me some information about your presentations .
Times , cost , availability please .
I am going on holidays this Thursday for 2 weeks (to swim with dolphins & seals & do some rain forest walks ) so could you respond ASAP .
Have a great day
Dario, Sabine, Salina and Andri;
I read your story in the Sun Herald newspaper congratulations on what you are doing.
I see that you are headed to Victoria but not sure of your route. I live at Wagga Wagga approx 70,000 population is about 230 km’s south west of Canberra and 160km’s north west of Albury Wodonga 110,000 people which is on the border of NSW/Victoria. Albury is about 300km’s north of Melbourne and 600km’s south of Sydney.
Let me know your movements I should be able to hook you up with some Accommodation, food etc at my house in Wagga Wagga and Albury at friends if you are headed in that direction.
Hallo Dario und Sabine, Salina und Andri
Wir haben ueber ihre Reise in The Sydney Morning Herald gelesen.
Wir (Australier/Australieriin) wohnten 8 Jahren in der Schweiz. Unsere Tochter – jetzt 7 – wurde in Zuerich geboren. Seit 2005 haben wir in Lochiel in der Naehe von Merimbula gewohnt – etwa 550km suedlich von Sydney.
Naechste Woche uebernachtet Louis Palmer under das Solartaxi Team zwei Naechte bei uns.
Da wir Solarstrom haben, wird Louis die Extra-Batterien des Autos bei uns aufladen.
Wart ihr schon hier in unserem Gegend? Faehrt ihr ab jetzt die Kueste nach Victoria entlang? Wenn ja, wuerden wir uns sehr freuen, euch kennenzulernen. Wir wohnen “in the Bush” und wuerden euch gern einladen, bei uns ein biscchen Zeit zu verbringen. Wir koennten auch einen Program organisieren mit Schulen usw, wenn ihr das wollt.
Lis Shelley und Karl Auer und Anna Auer