• End of Days

    MABUYA Camp, Lilongwe, Malawi is closing down. The first time we were here was in 2012 on our first trip, it used to be called Kiboko Camp back then. We’re actually here in it’s last week of survival it’s been…

  • You Should Have Left

    We have known for some time that we would eventually need to convert Henrietta from right hand drive to left hand drive. In fact, we had been saving up for it, and my father gave us some money many years…

  • First Reformed

    So after much efforts and using Chat GPT we’ve fixed the blog so hopefully from now on we can start blogging more. I’ve moved the blog from Weebly to WordPress since Weebly was an absolute nightmare and the pricing was…

  • Malawi #1

    We just love Malawi. Spending days on the crystal clear lake with loads of fish in the water and fantastic weather. It’s got the best sunsets in the world.

  • KM3 Long Term Review

    Sometime in 2018 depending on your market region BFGoodrich launched the KM3 a revision to the popular KM2 Mud Terrain tyre. Some bold claims on increases to performance.  The 5 – 8 -27 mantra was part of the marketing. The…

  • Botswana to Zambia – Kazungula Border

    13/11/2021 Easy border quite a bit of annoying hassle from the money/insurance guys. STEP 1First you need a PCR test. Of course you do. You need this to both leave Botswana and enter Zambia. Cheapest place is the government testing…

  • The Walking Dead

    As you can probably guess the virus thing has effected our plans. Evacuation back to the UK after a very long thought process of “shall we stay or shall we go”. We spent about 20 days in relative isolation in…

  • Countdown

    It’s been another few months since i posted but we’ve been active on Social Media. I still get loads of visits here so here goes. I think the last post was from Angola. We’ve been in Namibia and a bit…

  • Confessions Of An Action Star

    Dear father its been a long time since my last confession…LOL (Jelly has asked me to say its in no order at all, chronologically speaking) My Dad and Uncle are both complaining that I’ve not blogged at all for a…

  • Bissau To Conakry Border Buruntuma

    I’m way behind on these so apologies. They take a while to do and I can only do it when we have a good connection. I also missed the photos on the Cassamance to Bissau so theres nothing to post.…

  • Gambia To Senegal Border Seleti

    This is a super easy border. Just don’t arrive on the Senegal side at lunchtime. You know the lunches that are 3 hours long from 12 to 3pm. How a country runs with everyone doing this is beyond me. They…

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