The Mass Attraction of Dawn walking in Malta

   It’s official, I have joined the ranks of the walking   masses!     Not that I haven’t always been a walker (Florio and I once walked around an entire West African country – albeit tiny, but 930km is by no means a stroll along the beach – oh, hang on, actually we’ve done that too!),Continue reading “The Mass Attraction of Dawn walking in Malta”

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Press: ‘The Spirit of the Seaside’ – walking along the coastline of The Gambia, West Africa

  March-May 2015 – Wings Magazine/Arik Air “As my wife, Helen, and I set off on an 80km six-day ramble along the sun-soaked coast of The Gambia’s relatively short coastline, it’s not merely the splendour of the coast and heat of the sun we are after but also its mystical heritage… ” read the wholeContinue reading “Press: ‘The Spirit of the Seaside’ – walking along the coastline of The Gambia, West Africa”

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Walking along the beaches of #Ebolafree Gambia – come on down, the water’s fine!

  If you have been following the blog, then you’ll know that Jason and I recently completed a 80km walk along the coastline of The Gambia, West Africa – from the Senegalese border in the North, Jinack Island, to Senegalese border in the South, Kartong. It was featured in January’s B.Spirit Magazine/ Brussels Airlines –Continue reading “Walking along the beaches of #Ebolafree Gambia – come on down, the water’s fine!”

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Press: Gambian Beachcombers – walking the coastline of The Gambia, West Africa

Our first press of 2015 – ‘Gambian Beachcombers’, a feature for B.Spirit Magazine (Brussels Airlines) has just come out.   A few months ago, Jason and I went out for a leisurely stroll and proceeded to walk the 80km coastline of The Gambia, West Africa. We started on Jinack Island, the farthest point North, andContinue reading “Press: Gambian Beachcombers – walking the coastline of The Gambia, West Africa”

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