We’ve been on the road for 275 days, travelled through 25 countries covering 25 thousand miles from 51 degrees north to 29 degrees south to arrive here in the Drakensberg
One cold winter’s night in London we were sitting around our flat savouring our regular Monday night curry, watching the BBC’s Life series, as we did every Curry Monday. This
Our journey through the Omo Valley had been a highlight of the trip so far, but the adventure wasn’t over yet – we still had over 600 km of rough
A circumnavigation, a summit and a proposal! All and all an excellent trip up to Point Lenana, on Mt Kenya.
A camp in the desert under a blanket of a million stars, surrounded by rose-red dunes and towering rock islands with unlimited potential for rock climbing - what more could
Petra!! The lost rose-red city of legends! It was every bit as cool as we thought it would be, with loads of scope for exploring and adventuring.
After a hasty escape from Syria it was time to descend to the depths of Jordan for some more exploring, bobbing around in the Dead Sea and finally a bit
After an entertaining few days in Cappadocia it was time for some more climbing in Aladaglar National Park. We managed to find some great crags amongst the snow covered
Take a beautiful valley surrounded by kilometre after kilometre of fantastic climbing routes, add in a totally chilled out campsite, some lovely, friendly climbers and campground owners, mix it up
The greenturkeys set out to conquer Slovenia's mighty three-headed mountain, Mt Triglav, but missed out on a good spanking on the summit. Brett also finds a new friend of similar
“Two roads diverged in a wood and I – I took the one less traveled by.” – Robert Frost
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