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Africa Trek by Sonia and Alexandre Poussin

Unread post by Meandering Mouse » Fri Feb 18, 2011 7:36 am

Some of you might have watched episodes of this intrepid young French couple who take off on foot to walk in the footsteps of mankind. All they take with is a backpack with a few essentials and rely in the goodwill of humankind.

I don't have much time to watch television, but I was intrigued by their journey. I could not help but admire their enthusiasm, their heart and their courage.

The South African section, (Cape of Good Hope), to Mount Kilamanjaro has been released and it is well worth the read. I thoroughly enjoyed the South African part of the journey, but the Zimbabwen bit left me feeling very heart sore. It has informed me and challenged me though.

There is a brief part of the book which takes you through Kruger with Robby Brydon. They certainly had an adventure of a lifetime.
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