A 2 year round-the-world adventure by 4WD
up one side, across the middle and down the other
all in the pursuit of raising $250,000 for Oxfam

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Why the adventure?

because... people need clean water

because... people should be paid fairly for their work

because... everyone deserves a roof over their head

because... we want to have fun while doing our bit

Clean, accessible water for all

A child dies every 20 seconds for no water

Beating poverty together

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Fair trade supports farmers

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the adventure posts

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Four Days in // Mauritania

Although the border crossing into Mauritania had ultimately been easy, but not stress-free, we found ourselves at the end of a long day without a spot to camp. So we did what any self-respecting overlander does, pulled out the iPhone and clicked into iOverlander. The bible of places to camp – paid, free (occasionally in Read More

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Crossing No Man’s Land // Mauritania

Moments after driving through the arch of the Mauritanian border, I burst into tears. We had just made our way across the infamous ‘No Man’s Land’ and found ourselves swarmed by fixers trying to ‘help’ us across the border. The gendarmerie were trying to instruct us where to park, but with our little French and Read More

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Southward bound to Western Sahara // Morocco

Leaving Essaouira, we had a 1,700km drive ahead of us to the Mauritanian border and only 4 days before Em’s visa expired. Kev had been fortunate enough, having returned to Australia for a week to surprise his father on his 80th birthday, to get a new three-month visa on his return to Morocco. And to top Read More

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