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So far Kieron Brogan has created 12 blog entries.

Descending the Plateau de Makira

By | December 3rd, 2017|Categories: Live Blog|

Descending the Plateau de Makira, we had made our way into the dry desolate hinterlands of Madagascar. The next morning after we arrived at The Friends of Mandritsara compound, I awoke early to begin preparing for our onward journey into the desert like interior only to hear Louis being violently sick in the bathroom next door. [...]

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Maroantsetra gave us hard cover

By | November 27th, 2017|Categories: Live Blog|

Maroantsetra gave us hard cover and a good nights rest to charge our batteries and sort out any blisters/sores. With a few local shops around we were able to buy some non descript sugary drinks and a few snacks giving us the sugar that our bodies craved. We met with Paulin and another chap that would [...]

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We touched down into Madagascar’s capital

By | November 19th, 2017|Categories: Live Blog|

We touched down into Madagascar’s capital, Antananarivo, where we had to spend a day waiting for our onward flight to the north east of the country. Due to the increasing media ruckus surrounding the ongoing plague epidemic ripping through the city, we had booked ourselves into a hotel as close to the airport as possible. The [...]

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The Red Isle beckons

By | November 7th, 2017|Categories: Live Blog|

Surrounded by darkness, in a grass roofed house, deep in the rainforest cloaked heart of Papua New Guinea a thunderstorm raged, rain beating down upon the rickety structure which creaked and groaned with the wind that whipped around it. Louis lay next to me unconscious, sweat soaked and pale, consumed by a jungle fever that had [...]

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