On the road again
More Posts from Algeria
Sketches from Algeria
We made the Maghreb Huffington post!! http://www.huffpostmaghreb.com/2014/04/23/algerie-anglaises-road-trip_n_5196921.html
Thoughts from Algeria
Where to start? We’d had no idea what to expect from Algeria, a country completely new to us and unknown to almost everyone we’d asked in 18 months of planning, with people in the UK, France and Morocco…
More road trip…
Thank you family Chekchak!
Thank you Mustafa, Nisa and the whole Chekchak family for inviting us into your beautiful home near Algiers and for showing us around town
We’ve heard that Tarzan was filmed here (Jardin d’Essai, Algiers)…here’s auditioning for the sequel 😉
Thank you Ilhem for showing us the stunning Jardin d’Essai on our last afternoon in Algiers
Our sentiments exactly… thank you Algiers kasbah signage for the vote of confidence!
Thank you family Chekchak!
Diesel = 9p/litre until a friendly passerby gives you a ‘welcome to Algeria’ coupon – just filled up 55l for free!
Doing some mechanical work…and noticed that we’ve got an interesting make of spanner
Saharan sand flying over our heads in Algeria on its way to England!
Our Algerian family
Our Algerian family: Halima, Fatima, Sihem, Ikram and Yahya Mbarek, and lovely neighbours Meriem, Aissa and Abd el Ilah. Thank you for your wonderful hospitality and for showing us around Oran.
Very excited about heading to Algeria tomorrow! Morocco was wonderful – blog post coming as soon as we get more wifi
More Posts from General
InTRANSIT Festival 2016!
We’re back at InTRANSIT Festival for one night only! Join us for positive tales, Moroccan tea and food: Powis Square, 7-8.30pm, Friday 24 June. FREE tickets available here
Book available online!
Our Shifting Sands book is now available online – get your copy here!
Shifting Sands books for sale!
Our Shifting Sands book is now on sale in Lloyds of Kew, Kew Green, and Open Road Bookshop, Stoke-by-Nayland, Suffolk. Massive thanks to Helen Edwards and David Charleston for making this happen!
Interview at the end of InTRANSIT Festival
Here is our interview with James Yabut: City Living, Local Life at the end of the InTRANSIT Festival
Opening the first box…
So this is how much space 1000 Shifting Sands books take up…51 boxes, 740kg…not sure how we’ll fit them into Landy
An interview with InTRANSIT Festival today
InTRANSIT Festival interview Only four days to go!
Audio jacks recorded :)
Exhibition is coming together! 19-28 June, central London.
Exhibition less than two weeks away!
Please join us in central London, 19-28 June. See our website for details. Thanks
Thoughts from Turkey
The last country where we were in project mode before our long drive home through Europe, Turkey was a place we knew little about and we were excited to explore. We were also slightly preoccupied. Massive problems with our brakes…
Huffington Post Maghreb…
… is talking about our exhibition! Huffington Post Maghreb
Thoughts from Lebanon
Getting in to Lebanon was a bit of a gamble. We’d been warned that privately owned diesel vehicles were prohibited and our subsequent research had mostly supported this warning. With Syria off limits, the only way in by car was…
This time last year…
…we were just leaving Libya! These were our thoughts: http://shifting-sands.com/thoughts-libya/
A year ago we left Tunisia, a warm and welcoming country where we made fantastic friends and installed a banging stereo system. These were our thoughts: http://shifting-sands.com/thoughts-tunisia/
We left Algeria a year ago today…what an incredible country. These were our thoughts: http://shifting-sands.com/thoughts-algeria/
Happy Birthday Landy – 44 today
Sorry the barn is not as exciting as Algeria where you spent your last birthday but we’re hoping to liven things up again soon!
Thoughts from Morocco – one year later
A year ago today we left Morocco for Spain and drove up the coast to Almeria to catch a midnight ferry to Algeria. Our two weeks in Morocco definitively shaped how our project progressed from this point, giving us a shared sense of purpose as we fluctuated between…
One year on from first crossing to Africa
Can’t believe it’s a year since we crossed from Europe to Africa at the beginning of our expedition around the Mediterranean. We had no idea what adventures lay ahead nor how many incredible people would befriend and look after us…
Thoughts from Israel, Palestine and the Golan Heights
‘One of the golden rules for successful travelling is to avoid discussing religion and politics.’ So spoke our guidebook in its infinite wisdom. But as we were soon to discover in Israel, Palestine and the Golan Heights this advice would be…
Landy in the spotlight! In Land Rover Owner International magazine (December issue)
We’re on Sidetracked TV Expedition News!
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