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Marathon Des Sables Frequently Asked Questions

Marathon Des Sables Frequently Asked Questions I’m no athlete. In fact, I’m not even a runner (although I did once finish 8th in the North Pole Marathon!). Despite that, in April 209 I ran 6 marathons in 6 days across the Sahara...
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6 Marathons in 6 Days in the Sahara; The Marathon Des Sables

6 Marathons in 6 Days in the Sahara; The Marathon Des Sables What is the Marathon Des Sables? Check out my FAQ article for the Marathon Des Sables (aka the MDS) for quick answers to the big questions. This article is more about my feelings...
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The Seven Natural Wonders Of The World

Have you been looking for the ultimate trip of a lifetime to really blow all your other travels out of the water? While some people want to do something a bit challenging like climbing one of the seven peaks or sailing around the world, a f...
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2018 Recap, the positive bits

2018 Recap; Travels, Charity, Money, Fitness, Mental Health

2018 Recap; Travels, Money, Fitness, Mental Health So 2018 has been and gone. Wow. I turned 35 in December 2018, where does the time go? I’ll tell you where, the same damn place it goes for everyone. We all share 24 hours in a day, 12...
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Exploring Georgetown, Guyana’s capital city

After 8 days in this beautiful country, we were finally going to check out the city of Georgetown. It is the capital city of Guyana and with a population of 200,000 it is the countries most populated city. Guyana was settled by the Dutch an...
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Becoming a Cowboy on a Guyanese Ranch

Did you know that ranching is a big part of daily life in some parts of Guyana? We certainly didn’t but it turns out that there are huge plots of land around Guyana where you will find ranches. After two nights out in the bush, we headed al...
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