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Congratulations and Respect to the Oasis UK to Cape Town Trans Africa Team

Congratulations to our two truly adventurous trans Africa expeditions, led by Steve, Nike Air Max 2016 męskie Steve and Joe on reaching Namibia. Donne Scarpe Air Jordan 7 These intrepid travellers left the UK in November, 2014. At that time Ebola was at it’s height, African borders were being closed at an alarming rate and Africa’s desperately needed tourist revenue was nowhere to be seen. Our adventurous group was not deterred! Leaving a cosy European winter they set off for Africa, crossing through Morocco, Nebraska Cornhuskers Mauritania, Senegal, Mali, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Togo, Benin,

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  • Nigeria, Cameroon, Gabon, Congo, Angola and now into Namibia. Canotta Los Angeles Lakers Some of the group will complete their African adventure in South Africa, but others will venture on, up the east coast to Cairo. They have sooooo many stories about the highs and lows, AIR MAX ZERO QS the heat and the dust, jungles, deserts, Adidas Zx Flux Homme Noir rivers, waterfalls and the fantastic people they have encountered along the way. fjallraven kanken Look out for some of their stories over the coming weeks. kyrie 1 pas cher Well done to you all and we can’t wait to hear your tales! If you have a true spirit of adventure and want to immerse yourself in the wonders that Africa has to offer, our next trans-Africa expedition leaves the UK on 15th November 2015. This really is a trip of a lifetime! See the links below for further details 39 weeks from UK to Cairo 21 weeks from UK to Cape Town 9 weeks from the UK to Accra

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