1. Top 5 Scariest Moments of 2016-17

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    17 August 2017 by Justine

    Let me give you my personal top 5 scariest moments of our 2016-17 African cycling trip and hopefully feed you with good old second hand adrenaline.

  2. We Are Spies

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    8 July 2017 by Justine

    We are three blocks from our hotel and just to make things nicer, a white truck follows us. We stop, it stops. We turn around, it turns around. It sounds pretty funny, but right now, it’s midnight, our passports are kept hostage at the police station, we are in the Congo, we used all our patience and that truck freaks me out.

  3. Testing Gear in the Congo

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    8 July 2017 by Justine

    There are types of adventures that are particularly good environments for testing gear, and our five-month cycling trip in central …
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  4. Tintin (& JP) In The Congo

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    2 April 2017 by Justine

    Villagers are pretty surprised to see us but quickly see the business opportunity. We start negociating. “You need to give enough so that the paddlers are motivated. You don’t want them to stop paddling in the middle of the river, do you? The crossing sometimes takes 50 minutes!” says the guy. Shit. That’s a hell of an argument!

  5. HobbitLand

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    29 September 2016 by Justine

    Cycling in Lesotho – March 2015 Lesotho. One of those countries in the world that no one knows about… Why? …
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  6. Adventurous Library

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    21 September 2016 by Justine

    There are some books I wish I had read before visiting a country, and others I wish I had read before traveling at all… Here’s my Adventurous Library, built through the years and with friend’s recommendations – and still growing…

  7. South Africa : Yes, the Country

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    30 July 2016 by Justine

    In 48 hours, we get our first very South African Braii, our stuff get cleaned, our panniers get filled with home-made biscuits, Powerade and left-over chocolates from Christmas, our bikes are back on tracks and 5kg of unused gear is sent to Cape Town. Our batteries are 100% charged and the morning we leave, Pieter rides my fully loaded bike, Romain, JP’s.

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