A 2011 solo expedition by bicycle and on foot from Lake Assal, Djibouti to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, connecting the lowest and highest points on the African continent.
Angela Percival; outdoor, adventure and mountain sports photographer. National Geographic called her one of the planet’s Top 9 female Adventure Photographers who are pushing the limits! As the Senior Outdoor Photographer for global brand Arc’teryx for over a decade spearheading logistically mind bending expeditions to remote corners while documenting rad humans in these wild places. […]
Ben Hoffler Ben is one of the founders of the Sinai Trail. He oversaw its development into one of the Middle East’s leading hiking trails from the very beginning. Parallel to the Sinai Trail, he created the Red Sea Mountain Trail with Bedouin of Egypt’s Maaza tribe. He authored Trailblazer’s 2014 guidebook Sinai: The Trekking […]
Thor is traveling to every country in the world without flying and without returning back home to Denmark before he has completed his journey. He tried to promote mostly positive things for each country and is an ambassador of the Danish Red Cross. He has completed around 190 countries and is currently stuck in Hong […]
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie was born in Nigeria. Nowadays she divides her time between Nigeria and the US. She is a famous author, publishing fictional books with focus on racism and feminism. Moreover she is just an amazing Story Teller with grapping stories about the live in Nigeria and how it is to be black in […]
Dervla Murphy is an Irish woman who travelled to India by bike – in the 1960ies!!! She got to know coutries like Afghanistan (or Pakistan) before the civil war and crossed the Soviet countries during the cold war – on a bike called “Rozinante” which says everything about its comfort. I just read “Full Tilt” […]