The Final Miles
There have been a few fuzzy heads rolling around South Beach in Miami over the last few days. However the elation of completing our trip is slowly subsiding and thoughts are now turning to home and what happens next. We’ve spent 8 months living a simple and often repetitive routine, which now comes as naturally to us as getting the train to work or driving a car. It feels strange having no routes to plan, no campsites to scout out, no tents to dry, no panniers to unpack, pack, unpack, pack and so on.
We’ve got a couple more days of beach life in Miami before we fly back to London on Sunday. This is just a quick update to let you know how we got on during our final few days across the alligator infested swamps of the Everglades to Miami
Here’s the last in the Rhino Cam series of video diaries. I am going to have to get used to talking to actual people rather than the camera now! Photos from the last week are up too – click here to take a look.
I also spoke to the BBC World Service about our trip. You can listen to the interview here.
You guys should do a ted talk…
Well done guys, awesome character building journey, lifetime of memories, great charity choice, fantastic experience. Nicely done.
Impressive guys! Very well and safely done! And little envy you for your craziness
Congratulations! I was watching the winners of the BBC sport personality awards last night, and I think you two are in the same league! I’m sure many prayers have followed you. I trust that the impact of your journey will be two-way and significant in both directions. Martin.
Congratulation for the journey, If I get tired, I’ll think of you, thank’s for the spirit end hope you give to common human been. Love Zaira