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Camping with Boris – The value of testing your equipment

Camping with Boris – The value of testing your equipment

Recently Nathan and I went camping in Boris for the first time. The purpose was to test the equipment and to get first hand experience of what it would be like camping with Boris. We headed down to Nathan’s Grandad’s farm in Sussex. It was a great spot to camp in the wild while still being to close to civilisation. Nathan already had some camping equipment so we used his. There is a few bit of equipment I need to source and...

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Your Invitation To An Adventurous 2013

We are now officially in 2013. This means that it is the year of adventure!! Are you looking for adventure in 2013? Here is my invitation to you. Fancy going for a drive to Central Asia and back…? Check out my youtube video. Share this:FacebookTwitterPinterestTumblrEmailLinkedInPocketRedditPrintLike this:Like...

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Leg 5 of 5 – Turkey to London

Leg 5 – Istanbul, Turkey to London, UK This is the leg that is most open to change. I may well be ahead or behind on my schedule. I may well be love with living on Boris that I don’t want to stop. Most likely I’ll have had enough and will need to return home to earn a few pounds. This could just as easily be a 4 – 5 week section. If I keep to the current plan I’ll arrive back in London just before my birthday...

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Leg 4 of 5 – Bangladesh to Turkey

Leg 4 – Chittagong, Bangladesh to Istanbul, Turkey Upon extracting Boris from customs (in either Bangladesh or India) the journey west begins. While in Nepal there is a temptation to try and visit Tibet without Boris. Heading into Pakistan could be interesting, though I’ve been assured that it’s fine. Not that I’m planning to spend long in the Balochistan region in the south. If not then plan b would be to ship to...

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Leg 3 of 5 – China to Malaysia

Leg 3a – China to Laos Our group of travellers enter China on June 20th 2013 and exits on July 24th 2013. Due to the Chinese government rules these dates are fixed. Visa’s Required – Visas for the vehicle and myself (for UK Passport) Distance – 4543 miles Time – 35 days Leg 3b – Laos to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Upon entering Laos, I head south to Cambodia and then across to Thailand and finally south into...

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Leg 2 of 5 – Turkmenistan to Kyrgyzstan

Leg 2 of 5 – Turkmenbashi, Turkmenistan to At-Bashi, Kyrgyzstan After crossing the Caspian Sea from Baku to Turkmenbashi, its a race across the country to exit within the 5 days allowed with the transit visa. A potential visit to north Afghanistan is an option time permitting, at the same time as driving the Pamir highway. I need to be on the Kyrgystan border ready to cross into China on June 20th 2013. Here I will rendezvous with a...

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