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Malawi GAP Team – project finished, 1st stop Swaziland!

We came, we saw, and we conquered the mounds of bricks until it became the house that Quest built. Our final few days in Pensulo, Malawi saw us sweeping the floors and adding those last licks of paint, not to mention being lovingly smothered by children for almost the last time. It wasn’t easy ignoring […]

Chicken week 2009! Summary and a trip to KFC?

After 7 days Quest Overseas Chicken Week 2009 has officially finished. As a chicken I visited Shropshire and London, played tennis, swam in the sea, went shopping, cycled to work, visited a gap fair and fought the egg in an epic Balboa esc fight to the death. Remember ‘it’s not how hard you hit its […]

Chicken week 2009! Summary and a trip to KFC?

After 7 days Quest Overseas Chicken Week 2009 has officially finished. As a chicken I visited Shropshire and London, played tennis, swam in the sea, went shopping, cycled to work, visited a gap fair and fought the egg in an epic Balboa esc fight to the death. Remember ‘it’s not how hard you hit its […]

Lily Higgin’s Tanzania Expedition Update – Swaziland!

A lot has occurred since the start on expedition. One of the more prominent moments was when we met Nicola Stokes for the first time in Johannesburg airport. We all had planned to greet her with different accents. Dixon had planned to do his superb British accent, the more and more I hear it the […]

Lily Higgin’s Tanzania Expedition Update – Swaziland!

A lot has occurred since the start on expedition. One of the more prominent moments was when we met Nicola Stokes for the first time in Johannesburg airport. We all had planned to greet her with different accents. Dixon had planned to do his superb British accent, the more and more I hear it the […]

Royal Geographical Society

Geo-blogging for Gap Projects and ExpeditionsRoyal Geographical Society with IBG, London Wednesday 28 January 2009 – morning Wednesday 28 January 2009 – afternoonA practical half day workshop that will equip you with all the skills you need to create a multimedia blog about your project or expedition. The course is ideal if you are looking […]

Royal Geographical Society

Geo-blogging for Gap Projects and ExpeditionsRoyal Geographical Society with IBG, London Wednesday 28 January 2009 – morning Wednesday 28 January 2009 – afternoonA practical half day workshop that will equip you with all the skills you need to create a multimedia blog about your project or expedition. The course is ideal if you are looking […]

Elephants are a sheep’s best friend

Yes an elephant in South Africa is now best friends with a sheep! The orphaned elephant Themba was introduced to Albert the sheep. To start with Themba teased Albert but now they play and cuddle. They will stay together for another 18months before Themba is released when he turns 2 years old. This is not […]

Elephants are a sheep’s best friend

Yes an elephant in South Africa is now best friends with a sheep! The orphaned elephant Themba was introduced to Albert the sheep. To start with Themba teased Albert but now they play and cuddle. They will stay together for another 18months before Themba is released when he turns 2 years old. This is not […]