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Coverage 32054km
Towns Visited 353
Projects 152
Hospitality Partners 405
CSR 116500ZAR
Next Trip 14 April 2018

 

 

 

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Driving Change

The EXPEDITION Project connects inspiring, sustainable projects and individuals with each other and with the resources they need, and it shares their stories with the world.

Since 2011 we have travelled 32054km, visited 353 towns & 152 projects, with the help of 405 hospitality partners to meet and understand the challenges communities face. We then connect  projects, communities, ideas and individuals with eachother, share their successes and help take them one step further with contacts, expetise and funding. 

We are literally 'Driving Change'!

The EXPEDITION Project connects inspiring, sustainable projects and individuals with each other and with the resources they need, and it shares their stories with the world: Since 2011 we have travelled 32054km, visited 353 towns & 152 projects, with the help of 405 hospitality partners to connect inspiring projects and individuals with eachother, share their stories with the world and help take them one step further with contacts, ideas and funding.

#TEP2013 Daily Blog: Day 2

#TEP2013 Stats & End of the Day Synopsis:

Project Stats:
Day number: 2
Travelled from: St Helena Bay
Travelled to: Citrusdal
Distance: 115km
Time taken: 3hrs (Baxter the Land Rover is slow!)
Projects Connections:
Projects: Surplus People Project; Hebron Community Projects, Dream Day Creations; The Dream Project
Accommodation: Waterfall Farm (Perfect Hideaways)
Food: -
Events -
Activities -

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TEP2013 Convoy #1 - Cape Town to Paternoster

Join us for the first convoy of #TEP2013:

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Show Us Your South Africa

During my preparation for #TEP2013 there are of course many challenges that come my way. The obvious one would be travelling a nation, something that on its own is a tall order. Similarly with an under-taking like this, a project with a small budget, it had to encapsulate the diverse nation that the world thinks they understand. The fact being that only locals understand South Africa, only South Africans have been a part of the nation’s history, and will be a part of its future, a nation that is not comparable to any other. Now I say this because non South Africans feel justified in labelling the country and its people. It is more complicated than that.

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Between TEP2012 and TEP2013

So what exactly has happened since the end of TEP2012?

Since my return from #TEP2012 in September 2012 it took two months of evaluation and information consolidation. Following that i then relocated to the charity capital of the world - London. The reason behind this move was threefold:

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#TEP2013 Daily Blog: Day 1

#TEP2013 Stats & End of the Day Synopsis:

Project Stats:
Day number: 1
Travelled from: Cape Town
Travelled to: St Helena Bay
Distance: 312.5km
Time taken: 4hrs (Baxter the Land Rover is slow!)
Projects Connections:
Projects: St Helena Bay Wind Farm; Seaweed Mariculture Initiative
Accommodation: St Helena Bay Hotel
Food: Voorstrandt Restaurant; St Helena Bay Hotel
Events -
Activities -

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