Earths-Ends

Blog 66 by Mick: Day 4 on the Dirt – A Congo Copper’s Welcome to Kananga Day 4 of off road riding (+ 2 rest days) 204km Luiza to Kananga  ...

Blog 65 by Mick: Day 3 on the Dirt – Closing in on a bit of Civilisation Day 3 of off road riding 223km Camp 2 to Luiza   Map of our...

Blog 64 by Tan: Day 2 on the Dirt – Mudholes for Bush Pigs Day 2 of proper (i.e. off road) riding 220km Camp 1 in the forest… to some other...

Blog 63 by Tan: Day 1 on the Dirt – A Crash Course on the Congo Day 1 of proper (i.e. off road) riding 340km Kolwezi to… some place   The...

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...