Earths-Ends

Blog 62 by Tan: The Route The crossing of Democratic Republic of Congo has taken on legendary status in African overlanding circles. By far the most well known Lubumbashi-Kinshasa crossing was...

Blog 61 by Tan: DRC – To the End of the Tar Our last day in Zambia started off in the typical fashion; cruisey and behind a schedule we never expected...

Blog 60 by Mick: Preparation, or is it Procrastination? We met our friendly detective, the ‘good cop’ half of the dynamic duo, a few minutes after sunrise, which was a few...

Blog 59 by Tan: The Curious Case of the Bowlegged Bandit Talk about being kicked while you are down! To us it was immediately obvious; the robbery had all the hallmarks...

Blog 58 by Tan: A Reunion, A Concussion and a Case of Collusion Finding ourselves visiting with Caleb and Joanna was a fantastic and unexpected treat. As the diligent blog followers...

Blog 57 by Mick: Africa’s new “Hell Road” We had already gotten our passports stamped in Omorate when we left for Kenya. The day previous, we had gone in to town...

Blog 56 Update by Tan: Omo 10 months later: (yes we are 10 months behind in our blog and yes we are filled with shame) In the ten months since we...

Blog 56 by Tan: The Last Gasps of the Omo We woke up overjoyed to find that we hadn’t just dreamt we were at Dick and Donna’s; we were really there!...

Blog 55 by Mick: Riding the Wild Side of the Omo With all the people about in the morning, we got away later that we would have liked. And we didn’t...

Blog 54 by Mick: Go West Young Man We weren’t even on the outskirts of Bure when the road turned to dirt, not the way we were going out of town...