Yes, it is great to be back in Tanzania! But it would be even better if Lynn and I had our bags. We are currently on a three day safari with only our carry on luggage and the clothes we were wearing on the plane. We have been assured our baggage will arrive but my… Read More
Sadly on Tuesday my Grandad passed away due to complications after a huge stroke. I was tasked with going through his old photos to make a video for his wake. Ironically I am currently planning my journey to Antarctica in 2017 and I stumbled across some photos detailing the year my Grandad spent in Antarctica… Read More
Kilimanjaro is one of the seven summits and is also one of the most accessible big mountains in the world. If you have been looking for an epic challenge that is achievable (84% success rate) then come and join me and climb Kili and hear some yarns about my adventures along the way. If you… Read More
Originally I had planned to trek into Wye Creek on my MSR snow shoes to do some ice climbing and back country stuff but unfortunately my ankle was not yet strong enough to don crampons, nor was it ready for major hikes. So what do you do when stuck in the South with a van… Read More
The relationship between Yealands Family Wines and Sea2summit7 started back in 2014 with the Raise a glass campaign, which with the help of many of you I ended up being the top prize winner. Since then, Yealands have continued to support and contribute to this adventure along with other charity ventures such as supplying the… Read More
This was at the BYATA conference in Rotorua last year. A 40 minute talk cut to six minutes.
I would just like to acknowledge the people who put their hand up to support me on this Journey at their own cost. You have all been incredible so far with the planning and I hope you can all rejoin the challenge in 2017. Thanks for being so understanding when I had to make this… Read More