Monday, July 10, 2006
Slow Journey South
I have another female adventurer with a blog to tell you about today. Paula Constant, an Australian who's been residing in England for the past five years, set out to walk to South Africa with her husband Gary in August 2004. They trecked across Europe and reached Morocco and then hired camels and guides and began their journey across the Sahara.
Paula's husband dropped out near the Mauritanian border and Paula continued on her walk for another six months having manged to make it through 2,500 KM of the desert. She's returning in September to try again and plans to walk through Mali, Niger, Chad, Libya and Egypt on her way through Africa. She's writing a book about her experience titled 'Slow Journey South'.
Click on the image or on this link to visit her blog: http://constanttrek.typepad.com/constanttrek/
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