Route

The road so far

The road so far

Africa Clockwise provisional itinerary:

First up the West coast: from July 2013 to July 2016

  1. Namibia
  2. Angola
  3. DRC
  4. Congo
  5. Gabon
  6. Cameroun
  7. Nigeria
  8. Benin
  9. Togo
  10. Ghana
  11. Côte d’Ivoire
  12. Liberia
  13. Sierra Leone
  14. Guinea
  15. Guinea Bissau
  16. Senegal
  17. The Gambia
  18. Mauritania
  19. Western Sahara
  20. Morocco

Back down the East coast: later via ferry from Europe

  1. Egypt
  2. Sudan
  3. Eritrea
  4. Ethiopia
  5. Somalia
  6. Kenya
  7. Uganda maybe
  8. Rwanda maybe
  9. Burundi maybe
  10. Tanzania, hopefully including Zanzibar
  11. Mozambique
  12. Madagascar maybe
  13. Malawi
  14. Zambia
  15. Zimbabwe
  16. Swaziland
  17. Lesotho

Arriving home in Cape Town sometime much later…

16 Responses to Route

  1. Sue Kloeck says:

    Hi
    We, the GreenUPS Enviro Club members, from Uplands White River wish you and your family the best of luck. We congratulate you on your initiative!
    Sue Kloeck

  2. Patrick Goff says:

    Your welcome to park on our drive and enjoy some English hospitality when you reach England. Good luck with your travels, I am very envious. Stay safe, always keep a camera in your hand, and enjoy. I will put some images on the HotelDesigns Facebook page

  3. Jean Coetzee says:

    Hi

    Me and my wife where blessed to do the journey from uk rochester to cape town, through europe and down the east of africa in 2007.
    What an awesome experience. God created such an amasing continent and we met so many lovely people along the way.
    I hope that you and your family will have a simular experience. You are also welcome to stay at my parents :Ceder house B&B in Matlock, up in the peak district of uk. Sure they will treat you to a lekker boere braai.
    May God bless you and protect you all the way.
    Jean in Namibia

  4. Caroline Fouche says:

    Happy birthday Ruby. From your friends at fhps

  5. Alexis Hanekom says:

    Hi Ruby and family
    Missing you sooo very much, wish you were still here. Hope you are having a great time and enjoying your trip. Hope you had a thrilling birthday and are enjoying Congo(always wanted to go there). I wish you all the best and will get hold of you soon again.
    Alexis and friends

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  7. campeggi says:

    Hello ,
    i’m really happy meet you , i would like you stay at douala again . I think is too late ,but you can coming at my home ,i live with a horses and there place ,94190476 😉 if you want calling me you’re welcome.
    bye
    mili

  8. Lukas Bekker says:

    When you get to the DRC, put John’s number on speed dial +243810340500. He is part of a national legal firm here. You might not need him, but the DRC is very different to any African country I have travelled in. They take corruption to guinness world record heights.

    I salute you for doing this trip. Live the dream.

  9. Ubi Obono says:

    Hello Ruby its ubi jst want know how you guys are and were you are nw

  10. pierre says:

    good luck and good healt for you all i was with you on newyear eve in benin by presto i will follow your journey bye bye

  11. Jonny King says:

    I just saw you in Ghana pass in front of me at 37 roundabout near the military hospital and have been fascinated to find out that you are on this incredible journey. Please let me know if you need anything whilst in Ghana and I can see if I can help.

  12. Bugart says:

    I just me Sampson and family at White Sands, Gomoa Fetteh, Ghana. Good luck in all your travels. Good health, stay strong and live the dream. Big ups!…..Bugart

  13. hello can i join you to cote divoire from ghana.ato from stumble inn hotel in elmina where you were before.

  14. mandy cormack says:

    Was so lovely meeting you guys, the blog is amazing, looking forward to the next update. Lots of love Mandy, Charles and Caitlin. Lots of sweet kisses and hugs to Zolla and Ruby. Carpe Diem!!

  15. ubi says:

    Hello this is ubi from calabar nigeria hope you guys are having a good time out there. Wishing you a successful tripv

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