Cycle Reflection | The Kinamba Project

This is a post for guest publication to the Kinamba Project’s July Newsletter. I was lucky enough to visit Meg and the team in Kigali back in October 2011. The full story of my time there can be found here. It would be 7:AM. My alarm clock would ring and from the...

Nothing left but Sea…

There are certain days that remain etched in my memory, so strongly engrained it’s as if they’re physical prints. What happened yesterday has, without question, added more wonderful prints to that archive. After almost 18,000km, 2 years and 2 months, I eventually...

Africa’s Great Surprise | Zambia

Africa always surprises. It’s been a theme of my cycle and in Zambia, a landlocked country in Southern Africa, this hypothesis would be proven true – time, after time, after time. My cycle from Zambia’s border would take me from the under-construction children’s...

Southern Tanzania & Malawi

Tanzania’s South | Tanzania’s Best After my adrenaline pumped cycle through Mikumi National Park, I headed onwards through Southern Tanzania taking in the cities of Iringa & Mbeya, winding along the green, occasionally busy main road that flanks the railway line...

SOS Children’s Village: Chipata, Zambia

During my cycle across Africa, I’ve been lucky enough to meet other cyclists undertaking extraordinary adventures. Whilst my path & volunteer work covers just Africa, others encompass additional continents and in the case of Matthew Blake, the entire globe. I met...