Follow the adventures of an unlikely bunch of climbers as they travel the back blocks of Africa in search of unexplored mountains and unclimbed routes. Explore exotic locations while living off basic local foods, swim in crystal clear waters, and suffer through malaria, infections and a truck-crash as they spend 7 months travelling around Africa.
This book describes the Hot Rock 2007 African Expedition, which began in Nairobi, Kenya on 2nd January 2007 and ended in Cape Town, South Africa on 1st August 2007. The expedition passed through Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania, Zanzibar, Malawi, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Namibia, South Africa and Lesotho.
The book documents the expedition through 20,000 words and 800 of the best photographs.
Cover Photo: Riah, Peter & Brent on Summit of Mlema 3, Mozambique
Martin Roberts is a self-confessed layabout bum who has so much free time that he can stuff around travelling the world and then write about his experiences. Unfortunately he has barely any talent as a writer, but somehow managed to cobble this book together by himself.