World's most unusual commutes: share your pictures and stories
Swim, hike or kitesurf to work? We want to hear from readers around the world whose daily commute is out of the ordinary – share your stories and pictures via GuardianWitness
A strong coffee and a good book is, for many people, all that’s required to get through the journey to work. But for those who prefer to beat the rush hour by swimming, kitesurfing or paragliding to the office, the daily commute can be a little more demanding and a lot more fun.
Do you avoid traffic jams and packed trains by commuting on horseback or climbing into a canoe? We want to hear from those intrepid readers around the world who opt for more unusual means to get to work – such as Benjamin David, who swims 1.2 miles (2km) down the Isar in Munich everyday.
Source: Guardian Transport