So I just drove from London To Mongolia to raise money for the Charlie Teo Foundation. 12,000 painful kilometres. Our Mongolian TV friends Oogii and Yalat used their Mongol contacts to get us on Tee Vee. The translations were a little hard so I hope we got it right. No, actually Im pretty sure we got it very wrong. Take a look.
Three Men, 15,000 kilometres, the distance from Sydney to New York, a crap car and some really silly outfits. Why? Well it’s for charity of course. Not just any charity, but the Charlie Teo foundation who are at the forefront of the fight against Brain Cancer. The interview is a chat with some pals who are coming on the Mongol Rally with me from London to Mongolia. Heres some photos of the car we just picked up in London. Doesn’t look promising does it. SIf you want to get involved in our trip, we have this thing called the “Golve box Challenge” where you make a donation and write a little challenge here.
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