Namibia’s Caprivi Strip is one of most interesting divergences of land on earth. Bordered by four countries and inundated by several perennial rivers, it’s not just the wildlife that makes the Caprivi Region special, there’s also something strange about its history …
Posts Tagged: Put foot rally
On day eight of the Put Foot Rally, crews got together and travelled in convoy to Sawmill Community School with a simple goal: to change 400 young Zambian lives with a single pair of brand new school shoes.
Etosha National Park is a beautiful park, (perhaps one of my all-time favourites) and to do it justice requires photographic talent and the right gear. Luckily, Stew Nolan from Team Dtours was there and shared these pics with me.
From rusted old half-buckets to buffed-out retros, the classic car graveyards (as I like to call them) at two of our last Put Foot Rally stopovers add so much character I couldn’t help but put together a collection of my favourites.
The Put Foot Rally always produces some of the craziest, most ridiculous and just plain awesome rides. These are my favourites this year.
The 2013 Put Foot Rally gets underway on 18 June. Less than 10 days from now! This year, the route will take drivers through five different countries, starting in Cape Town. It’s going to be another dose of epic!
Covering six countries, almost 8 000 kilometres over a period of 17 days, the 2012 Put Foot Rally has finally drawn to a close. These were the highlights along the route.
We spent Day 12 and 13 of The Put Foot Rally at Senga Bay on Lake Malawi preparing for the Almost Full Moon Malawi Checkpoint Party, which was an incredibly luminous affair
I thought that my post on Day 16 and 17 of The Put Foot Rally would be my last. It’s not, thank goodness. We still have a few videos from the last few days of the rally to share with you.
On the last day of The Put Foot Rally crews started rolling in for the final checkpoint at White Sands on Praia de Barra in Inhambane, Mozambique. After 17 days on the road it was the prefect setting for the finish line, although I’m now left feeling more than a little sad that it’s all over.