Tag Archives: Leatherman

Pop Goes the Wheel

Six months into the second leg of our journey, after more than 18 months on the road, everything is slowly but surely falling apart. Big Reg sat through two rainy seasons during his sojourn in Liberia; as a result of … Continue reading

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Gentle Guinea

On the second day of his malaria medication, Sampson decided he was up to driving and we finally headed out of Freetown, through the awfully British-sounding suburbs of Wellington, Hastings and Waterloo and back out to the rainforests and rivers … Continue reading

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Shock absorbers

Gabon is… different. I haven’t quite put my finger on it yet, but I’m feeling my way. It wasn’t so much the sudden appearance of cows. Or the scarlet and turquoise flashes of tropical wings and the crowds of weaver … Continue reading

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