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 among you may recall, meeting this family was a pure matter of chance. And one that makes me realise my mum may have been wrong…

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 without luggage but still pretty burdened by the idea of crossing the bridge over the Omo River. When we had done this trip 7 weeks…

Blog 44 by Mick: Lake Turkana Route PART 2 – North into the Never Never We hit the road after a big breakfast from the campsite and headed north. Our plan was to camp that evening in the Siliboi National Park about 180km north, meaning our relaxed start that morning wasn’t of too much concern. The…

Blog 43 by Tan: Lake Turkana Route – PART 1 – This Should Be Interesting After what seemed like a forever we were finally leaving Nairobi. There was much excitement but a little apprehension too. It is so strange that we can ride day-in-day-out for a year just about; then after a short break… ok a…

Blog 42 by Mick: Pole Pole in Nairobbery I should apologise in advance for this blog post – it may be a bit boring. It involves the mind numbing administrative bits of overland travel, the bits which set overlanding aside from regular duel-sporting/adventure riding as you sort out life’s problems on the road in cities you’re…