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How the hell do you deal with 6,000+ hippo’s?! Any first hand experience, anyone? Advice and comments left on the blog will be much appreciated!

Update: Philip Harwood ‘Canoeing the Congo’left us a message the other day, via Explorers Connect with his experience on dealing with hippos: “Hippos … All the obvious stuff. The locals on the Congo always just stopped, and waited till the … Continue reading

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How the hell do you deal with 6,000+ hippo’s?! Any first hand experience, anyone? Advice and comments left on the blog will be much appreciated!

‘The River Gambia Expedition 2012 – 1000km source-sea African odyssey’ The Journey – 1 river. 2 borders. 3 countries – Guinea-Senegal-The Gambia, West Africa Paddles in the water: early October 2012 During our journey, we’ll be traveling by canoe and … Continue reading

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A Meeting with the UNESCO Liaison Officer, New York

The United Nations building, 1st Ave, New York City – image © Helen Jones-Florio 2012 Tuesday 22nd May, 2012 UNESCO – 2 United Nations Plaza, NYC We met with the UNESCO Liaison Officer, Lily Valtchanova, in New York today because … Continue reading

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