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Global Greeter Network in 5 points

  • What

    GGN is a worldwide non profit organisation of Greeters destinations

  • Where

    Destinations around the world offer personal, private walks with locals through cities for visitors

  • How

    Every single GGN Destination offers its city walks totally for free

  • Who

    Local volunteers offer the walks for single tourists and small groups up to six people

  • Why

    Greeters want to be a friendly face for those visiting a city/destination

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2 days ago

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Sydney Greeter David welcomed Gloria and John from Canada visiting again to see relatives in Australia. "Gloria and John hadn’t seen the Sydney Rocks area so we commenced our walk at Lower George St outside the Russell Hotel, followed by a quick look inside Sydney Oldest Pub, The Fortune of War. Wandering along Nurses walk I explained some of the early history of the area, the origin of Suez Canal name and the Harrington St cottages built by a former convict. Walking up through the Argyle cut showing the convict cut sections and later Drill & Blast sections then onto Sydney Observatory with harbour views east, north and west. Down pass The Garrison church to the wharf area where we paused for a drink at Pier One enjoying the western harbour view. Along the waterfront under the Bridge and pass Cadman's Cottage then finish at their Hotel." #SydneyGreeters #IloveSydney The Global Greeter Network ... See MoreSee Less

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2 days ago

The Global Greeter Network

Aida and Arthur had a great time with Koji in Asakusa and a big smile with yummy local sweet Taiyaki. ... See MoreSee Less

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3 days ago

The Global Greeter Network

New greeter Michele spent a lovely day with Caroline from Singapore. First was a walk through Darling Harbour with a short visit on board the Young Endeavour, then onto Barangaroo to take the ferry to Cockatoo Island. The Biennale is currently on at Cockatoo Island, so it was great to see some of the many modern art installations there, as well as getting a sense of the diverse history of the island. Final stop before return home was a stroll through the majestic Queen Victoria Building. #SydneyGreeter #IloveSydney The Global Greeter Network ... See MoreSee Less

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