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Here are the latest blogs from all the teams on the rally. Only teams that have included location data in their blogs appear on the map, and their location is the last one we know about; having said that, we do try to add their location if they mention where they are!

Wednesday 02 Apr 2014 15:25

Last Sunday (30th March) we found ourselves in the beautiful city of Bath holding our very first fundraising event. It was a glorious day and our pitch was in a cracking location, right next to the Abbey. It took a lot of back and forth between Reuben and the appropriate division of Bath Council to get permission to hold the event here and they sure didn't make it easy for us. Needless to say, we got there in the end and once we finally got the go ahead from the council, we then faced other challenges; namely, how are we, four students/graduates, going to produce large quantities of quality cake? The answer: we get our mothers, sisters and girlfriends to do it for us help us.  read more »

Saturday 22 Mar 2014 20:19
Saturday 22 Mar 2014 12:56
Wednesday 05 Mar 2014 13:55
Wednesday 26 Feb 2014 19:13

The creator of alcohol bestowed a beautiful gift upon the world. Through it's consumption we are delivered to a place of boundless joy and happiness; it relaxes us; it endows us with an increased sense of confidence; it grants us the courage to speak our hearts and minds, laying the foundations for countless political, intellectual and existential debates. Above allowing us to realise these qualities, this majestic substance does so indiscriminately.  read more »

Friday 21 Feb 2014 10:46

There's nothing quite so gripping as the moments following a facebook post. You are proud of this post, you worked hard on it and you want it to be well recieved; so you sit at your laptop staring at the notification symbol, willing it to grow one of those little red bubbles that's a sure sign that someone out there likes your work too (well, hopefully they like it).  read more »

Thursday 06 Feb 2014 20:21

We've created a new website using wix.com, have a look at it here.


Tuesday 04 Feb 2014 18:31
Wednesday 08 Jan 2014 18:01

Eight Friends,thousands kilometers, wind, sun, dust and many problems with the toilet... why? Only for the old, damned love for adventure! A new team embarked for the Mongolia Charity Rally 2014 with an original idea: cooking pasta in their way.

In fact, on our way towards the East,our vehicle will not only carry to Mongolia the 8 team members, but it will also bring along hundreds of kilos of original Italian pasta and a small camp kitchen to cook it and serve it during the journey.

But careful now: all the pasta that we will cook is not meant to feed the Team Members!!


«Ok, you're just 8 lazy italian guys that need money for an adrenaline shock adventures»  read more »

Saturday 28 Dec 2013 12:14

During this very generous festive period team members received the best gifts possible, lots of lovely donations from friends and family :) (and one pretty wicked festive jumper). We're now well on our way to are minimum target of £1000, but as with all charity fundraising we don't just want to meet this target, we want to exceed it. With the new year just around the corner I'm positive we'll achieve this and have a whale of a time doing it.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Hann x

Tuesday 19 Nov 2013 14:57
Wednesday 06 Nov 2013 20:42
Well, our first proposed route has just come through via our nominated navigator and it looks like an 'F'! I immediately (but politely) rule out Lisbon as a potential stopping point on the way to Mongolia. Replanning now...
Saturday 02 Nov 2013 09:18

Sono aperte le Donazioni al progetto Destinazione Mongolia
Puoi contribuire anche tu raggiungimento dell'obiettivo 1000 Sterline


Monday 28 Oct 2013 07:10

Crossing Mongolia over the last few weeks has been tough but we eventually made it to Ulaanbaatar!

In the north of Mongolia the roads were terrible and at times we were crawling along at less than 20 mph to navigate through the sharp rocks, river valleys and huge pot holes. Most days we were struggling to cover 90 miles. We also had deep snow making it even more difficult to navigate the tracks and at times we had to force our way through deep drifts.

Despite the difficulties the driving has been a lot of fun. We’ve driven along and through rivers, up and over mountains and through sticky, muddy swamps. Our journey has also taken us to some magical paces, completely isolated and vastly beautiful.  read more »

Wednesday 23 Oct 2013 01:48
Visited a GERES greenhouse project in Tsetserleg yesterday. Impressed to see so much growing when it is so cold outside. Next - Kharkhorin.
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