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Sixteen intrepid adventurers were thrown together in the Namib Desert with the aim of raising vital funds for the children of Namibia, physically and mentally challenging themselves and discovering a new part of the world.

The trek took us through the stunning landscape of the Namib Desert in southern Africa, the oldest desert in the world.

We climbed over some of the world’s highest sand dunes and into the heart of the desert itself. Each day brought new experiences climbing up mountains with views across the savannah and trekking through the ‘crocodile’.

We were lucky to see lots of wildlife including snakes, scorpions, zebras, giraffes, oryx springbok and ostrich.

Each evening we were welcomed to our camps and watched the sun set across the mountains leaving a starlit sky to gaze up at around the campfire.

This book documents an adventure that has left us all with memories that will last a lifetime and a legacy of support for the children of Namibia.

SAPessi

About the Author

Stefano Buliani
SAPessi London, England, UK

Publish Date  September 21, 2011

Dimensions  Standard Landscape  160 pgs Premium Paper, matte finish

Category  Travel

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Comments (2)

SAPessi

SAPessi says

Hi Steve,
How fantastic! Pleased you like the book. Loved those "sculptures" at the SRT camp.
I have never done the africa ride with Global Enduro but I have participated in the India and Arctic rides. As a matter of fact I'm heading out to India next month to work as team on one of the rides!
Are you based in the UK? You can find me on facebook at http://facebook.com/sapessi

posted at 05:01am Oct 11 PST

MondoSwanny

MondoSwanny says

Hi Stefano. Its been great flicking through the pictures in your book. I was very pleased indeed to see that the rhino + calf and giraffe are surviving features / creatures at the SRT Camp Brandberg Wes. I have an intimate relationship with these animals - as I helped create them from scrap metal and refuse from that site, as well as the old copper mine a few km's away - back in 1998. Really, really pleased to see they are still there. I've been heading back to Namibia with various groups and projects ever since - but have never quite made it back to that Camp. I hope your walk went well. We have other things in common - in as much as I've also ridden with and for Global Enduro in Africa, southern India and the Himalaya! I hope one day our paths will cross. Steve.

posted at 04:44am Oct 11 PST

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