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Photographer, Jason Florio: Imam’s wife and granddaughter – Hore Dimma, Fouta Djallon Highlands, Guinea-Conakry

Random photo of the day: early on in our journey, the River Gambia Expedition , we had traveled on local transport for 23 bone-juddering hours from Kedougou, Senegal, over the rockiest of roads to the village of Horé Dimma, to pay … Continue reading

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More personal thanks – from The Florios, on the River Gambia Expedition – to all those who made the journey possible

For every single one of you who made the River Gambia Expedition possible…without your support, it would not have been possible for us to make the journey to document the lives of those who live and work along one of … Continue reading

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Personal thanks – from The Florios, on the River Gambia Expedition – to all those who made the journey possible

For every single one of you who made the River Gambia Expedition possible…without your support, it would not have been possible for us to make the journey to document the lives of those who live and work along one of … Continue reading

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Personal thanks – from The Florios, on the River Gambia Expedition – to all those who made the journey possible!

For every single one of you who made the River Gambia Expedition possible…without your support, it would not have been possible for us to make the journey to document the lives of those who live and work along one of … Continue reading

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Visit the beautiful Fouta Djallon Highlands of Guinea-Conakry. But…be sure to take your own chiropractor! The River Gambia Expedition story continues…

Thursday 31st January 2013 ‘Once upon a time, two ‘toubabs’  (european/white person) and two Gambian fishermen took two canoes and began an adventure: the River Gambia Expedition. Starting in the Fouta Djallon Highlands of Guinea, to pay homage to the … Continue reading

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MISSION ACCOMPLISHED! The River Gambia Expedition team reach the Atlantic Ocean, Banjul, The Gambia after over 1100km road and river!

Tuesday 22nd January 2013 After two months on the road and camping on the banks of the River Gambia, we bloody well did it!! The River Gambia Expedition team reached the Atlantic Ocean, in The Gambia, yesterday, 21st January – … Continue reading

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Update: Happy New Year from Basse, The Gambia, West Africa-River Gambia Expedition!

Happy New Year!! We have been unable to get internet connection for over two weeks and this connection in Basse, The Gambia, is frustratingly too slow to upload any images – we have so many to share + road and … Continue reading

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