Departure Day - 13 April 2013

Departure Day – 13 April 2013

Hi Folks,

Nearly 10 months after departing from London we are finally set to return. Today I will depart from Grenoble (France) heading to Paris and finally back to London. There is not long to go now. Check out this link to follow my progress Where Am I Now

I will be arriving back at the gates of the Royal Geographical Society (near South Kensington) between 12-12.30pm on Saturday 1st February January 2014.

There will be time for a few photo’s, some filming and even a little dancing before we adjourn to the pub to celebrate. For those that do come down you will get the chance to participate in the final act of my expedition dance video (if you want to). So the more people the merrier to make it a fitting finale.

Royal Geographical Society 

Address: 1 Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AR. (The gates are actually on Exhibition Road near Hyde Park) Tube: South Kensington/Knightbridge

The Welcome Home Celebration – The Queens Arms

This is where we will be celebrating the end I the expedition on Saturday after I return to the gates of the RGS. Come on down anytime from 3-3.30pm onwards if you can’t make the grand return to the RGS. It’s about 5 mins walk from the RGS. We’ll be there until I can’t stay awake. :-)

http://www.thequeensarmskensington.co.uk/

Address: 30 Queens Gate Mews, Kensington, London, SW7 5QL. Telephone: 020 7823 9293

It would be great to see you all.

Jonny, Kiwi Ted & Boris

9 Responses to “Returning to London – The End Of The Expedition (Sat 1 Feb 2014)”

  1. Enjoy – thoroughly well deserved !

  2. claire bolton says:

    well done Jon, Boris & kiwi ted, it has been fab to follow your journey. The huge ups & downs, fun & frustrations I have been with you all the way. feel very sad knowing there will be no blog to follow, have a great time at the pub. Would love to be there to join in the final expedition dance. Claire

    • Thanks Claire. Glad you have enjoyed the journey. Don’t fret though the blogs will continue. There a still a few stories to tell.

  3. Congrats JB. Be sure to have an Innis & Gunn for me.

  4. Welcome back home

  5. Great achievement and a testimony that kind human nature is alive and well. Just met the Adventurer in the watering hole and we’ll done to Jon and his support team. Hope you have been blessed on this journey.

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