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Photography Exhibition!

Photography Exhibition!

We’re pretty excited that the Royal Cornwall Hospital have asked us to exhibit photos from the trip in the hospital. We’ll be exhibiting a small selection of shots from Monday 6th October for 3 months, with a full selection of over twenty images being displayed in...
Hurrah! Eh?

Hurrah! Eh?

Top 12 Manica Post (Mutare) Headlines To kick this chapter of with some light relief from the worlds most sensationalist newspaper (outside the UK) Police flee as Rapist turns into Baboon Prostitutes Demand payment in diesel Bank teller arrested for de-flowering...
Entering Zimbabwe

Entering Zimbabwe

Wild camping in the North (Photo: RWH) Across Mozambique, we had shifted back into a feral state. Almost every night had been spent hidden in the dense woodland or on deserted beaches. Both our cookers had simultaneously expired meaning wood fires were how we now...

A National Radio Broadcast!

Bass and I were delighted (and slightly nervous) to appear on BBC Radio Wales last Sunday on Roy Noble’s morning show. You can have a listen here; we’re about 42 minutes in. Thanks,...
We’ve Done It!

We’ve Done It!

Late on the evening of the 10th of June, exactly nine months after the team set off from Perranporth, the Cornwall to Cape Town expedition arrived in Cape Town. The punters of Long St, central Cape Town, found their evenings interrupted by the arrival of a large red...
The Two Sides of Malawi

The Two Sides of Malawi

It was with some urgency that we set out towards Malawi. The ‘Administrative, Budget and Planning Board’ that had been threatening for some months now to meet had finally congregated in the Tanzanian equivalent of a greasy spoon, yielding some worrying conclusions. We...
Tanzania: Car Jackers!

Tanzania: Car Jackers!

Many months later, fleeing from the dark, we would remember these dazzling steps along a sandy ridge in the Sudanese desert. At midday we had tramped away from the quivering road to an old fort on the dunes. Among the crumbling ruins we found a hovel concealed in the...
Kenya: The Swahili Coast

Kenya: The Swahili Coast

Like a worried war-time family gathered around the wireless, we crowded around a small window in a Greek hotel room to see a torrent of protesters surge around the Landie, hurling rocks and abuse at the riot police. In Tahrir Square we ate roasted sweet potatoes...
The Road Ahead…

The Road Ahead…

Back at home when we were planning this trip, I would occasionally be asked which parts I was most worried about. I would reply Sudan or Northern Kenya, Somaliland having been a late spontaneous diversion. My worries were mainly based on a lack of knowledge about what...
The Adventures of Salami Man (Part 2)

The Adventures of Salami Man (Part 2)

  The sun was almost extinct as we climbed the steps in front of Berbera police station to find an old man in a wicker chair. Two armed men in dusty berets flanked the Police Chief but he himself displayed no military attire. He wore only a swathe of burgundy...