Hi guys, cant wait to see you, but it must be sad to be finishing your travels (for now). Corbo, i have to say I love that beard. I cant believe Karen is still kissing your skanky head! well done mate!!! see you soon kids.
Guys, how sad you're near the end of this trip. The photos are wicked especially the gorilla shots, that's one part of Africa I sadly missed! Keep in touch and we look forward to seeing you over this side of the world again. Take care, safe trip home, speak soon, love Nicky, Jase and little Joshie xxxx
Top shots guys. Snow and rain here in London does not go close to the amazing adventure you're enjoying at present. P1ssed down for finish of those racing in London marathon today poor b*****s. Hope all is well and take care. Cheers Cam & Shaz
I am jealous as all hell and living vicariously through you guys!!! Stalking gorillas in the forests of deepest darkest Africa is about as far away as you can get to a London (ok, Slough) desk job. the whole trip sounds amazing and the pics are tops... Keep up the good work and the stories.
Oi Karen and Dave,
An extreme congratulations for your efforts. i am extremely impressed as it is something I think I couldn't achieve or would be just too gutless to try.
Have fun and I will see you some time in the near future
Rakefet And Yonatan
Karen and Dave!
Your pics are AMAZING!
We want to send you some of your pictures we took, but the mail bounces back. can you send us a mail, so we can answer (maybe the mail adress is wrong)
Keep on having great time!
You guys look like you're having the best time. Love the serengeti sunrise picture could just look at it all day and forget about hearing my children fighting in the background...that photo seems to just block everything out, amoung many others!! Stay safe and can't wait for the next installment...Keir
Just love the story of the gorilla's. Best yet - perhaps not for you, but it's on my list now. Only my list is things to do before I die! Love Liz xx PS is there anywhere you haven't been? I guess there's always the Antarctic. PPS I am currently excited about Ruby's first ''Easter Vomit/Grommet" (her words) parade. Have fun.
Hey Karen, I am loving these blogs and pics! it's like a novel!! It's epic! keep them coming!!!!
Eila & Liam
Hi Guys, glad to read things are still going really well, we are at home this weekend so I finally have access to the internet to catch up on your blogs. Still quite jealous, we watched Ewan McGregor and Charlie Boormans DVD of their trip through Africa the other day and combined with yours, yeah won't get into it! Anyway time seems to be going very quickly - when abouts do you finish? Things are good here, just plodding along - started the savings plan the other week!! Got a few games coming up for the Rugby which should keep us amused. Other than that nothing interesting. I;ve been loving having a computer and I've made loads of examples of invitations to choose from!! This bit is quite fun!! Well suppose I had better go, take care guys and we will hear from you soon. xxxxx
Emma & Alex
We are glad to hear you are both keeping well. This website is really good, it is great to see where you are on the map and looking at your photos (your photos from South Africa look like you have stolen them of a wildlife website!!). We are not completely up to date with the blogs, but keep them coming I am sure we will catch up.
love Emma and Alex xxx
Is that a picture of a water spout in Malawi? We have these all the time at Blacks Beach but never have the camera handy! Well done!
They are actually swarms of lake flies. Tiny insects similar to a sandfly, but fortunately they don't bite.