The wheels on this bus from Birmingham, England, do indeed go round and round - all the way to Mirpur (also known as Little Birmingham), Kashmir.
The lengthy commute, costing £130, passes through seven countries before finally reaching its destination. More
Not more noise pollution!
The 'Sound Taxi' has been modified with specially fitted speakers and microphones to pick up and record the London buzz.It feeds cockney chatter or noise from loud Londoners into software which turns it into live music played through the cab's collection of 67 loud external speakers as it drives through the streets of London. More
Looks like wheel good fun .......
A Wiltshire engineer is planning to walk non-stop across the Irish Sea in a giant hamster wheel.
Chris Todd, from Bromham, will tackle the 66-mile (106km) stretch of open water by walking for up to 48 hours in a hand-made paddlewheel raft. More
OR better still how about a jet pack?
If the drudgery of the daily commute has lost its charm, instead of getting the car out of the garage or heading to the bus stop London based business man Jeremy Paxton (51) straps on his £115,000 jet pack which uses water pressure to lift him 30ft into the air and propel him along horizontally at speeds of up to 25 miles per hour. More
OR maybe a surfboard?
After more than three months of rain fell in just three days in certain parts of Britain surfing instructor Oli Barrett of Castleford, West Yorkshire, has no problem getting to work in the floods - he hitched himself to a friends 4x4 and using his surf skills to negotiate the floods surfed to work. More
And talking of floods, the news from my home city .......
Engineers are hoping to to assess flats in Newcastle which were left 'extremely unstable' after severe weather caused flooding. More
The perfect dress for all my Christmas parties?
One of the worlds most expensive dresses has been unveiled on the catwalk.
Now it's the turn of my favourite two stories of the week .....
The mum of two has Mr Men merchandise worth £35,000 and the family home is shared with wall-to-wall memorabilia of the famous characters. More
I've brought you stories of pet hotels in the past but never one about a hotel for ....... chickens.
An egg-centric hotelier has turned her passion for poultry into a business after opening up a luxury five-star hotel for chickens.
Free from their chicken coops, the feathered birds can relax in five-star accommodation or roam free in the hotel's fox-proof garden and are taken for and trips to the local village pub. More