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Two years today!

December 10, 2010
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Panama: Today marks our journey’s 2 year anniversary. In the past 24 months we’ve visited 30 countries in 5 continents. Been to mountains and valleys, rivers and oceans, islands and deserts, jungles and alpine forest. Why not browse the journey so far through Nick’s photos.

With geladas in the highlands of Ethiopia

We’ve met remarkable people including a man who is connecting remote Himalayan villages using WiFi, to a woman who has built a school library from plastic bags. We’ve met a man who’s creating artificial glaciers and a woman who is protecting large swathes of Amazon.

Rapa Nui (Easter Island), Chile

We’ve taken an incredible journey to visit warring tribes at the Lake Turkana on the borderlands of Kenya and Ethiopia with a fearless Catholic priest, and followed blue whales through the fjords of Patagonia.

Turkana woman, northern Kenya

We’ve met villagers finding new ways to deal with the drought and floods, salination, rising sea levels and monsoon failures associated with climate change.

In the salt flats of Uyuni, Bolivia

This journey has been about the amazing people we’ve met, the animals and plants we’ve seen and the landscapes we’ve enjoyed.

Char survivor, West Bengal, India

So far, it’s been a wonderful, if sometimes difficult and exhausting journey for us. Along the way we have been supported with the kindness of strangers and the love of our friends and family back home. And we’ve met you, too, our lovely blog-friends.

Monks, Laos

We’re on the final stretch now, up to Mexico. Hope you’ll come with us. Cheers! xx

Leaping above a volcanic crater, Galapagos Islands

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. December 10, 2010 1:34 pm

    Congratulations! And I love that last picture!

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