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Today’s ‘shout out’ goes to the girls at Kemoto Point, The Gambia, for helping the River Gambia Expedition team to say ‘Thank you!’

We had a whole host of eager little volunteers at this particular village, where we camped overnight whilst on the last leg of the River Gambia Expedition. So, today’s BIG shout out to the Kemoto Point kids – and all … Continue reading

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Photographer, Jason Florio, at work – the gold mines of Senegal, West Africa

Thursday 20th December, 2013 – Paddling distance: 11.4km (total to-date: 83.65km) – River Gambia Expedition  A relatively short day on the River Gambia today, as we wanted to visit another gold mine, in Senegal. This stretch of the river is … Continue reading

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Photographer-Jason Florio: brand new series of images from the River Gambia Expedition…a taster

More to come very shortly… Florio is updating his website as I write this…we’re reliving the journey, over and over, each day – looking through hundreds of images and updating this blog. Back here, in the city, it makes us … Continue reading

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The River Gambia Expedition team – together. At last! The Gambia, West Africa

Thursday 19th October 2012 This is how are day started: auto breakdown#1 Once we got the motor started (putting fuel in helped somewhat), we made our way to the Senegambia area for a meeting at the American Embassy. A successful … Continue reading

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Privacy, personal space? In a small West African Village? Are you kidding me!

I posted some photos yesterday, on here, the River Gambia Expedition 2012 blog, about our day out at the seaside, along with a couple of pics showing us (the UK/USA expedition team leaders – H & Flo) back at work … Continue reading

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