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Statistics update: 20,000km from UK to Livingstone

It’s nearly the end of 2010 and I’ve just hit 20,000km – time for some more statistics. Now according to my original plan, I should be in Cape Town by now, having covered that far. But the best thing about plans, like rules, they’re made to be broken. So Happy Christmas all. Greetings from Livingstone, […]

Statistics – UK to Congo Brazzaville

It’s been a while since I published any stats, so for those who like numbers – Kilometres cycled: 17,123 Kilometres paddled: 350 Days since first leaving the UK: 427 Nights spent in Africa: 339 Nights spent in Africa without paying for accommodation: 179 Most consecutive nights in a tent: 39 Days spent cycling: 198 Number […]

10 months of statistics – to Accra

It’s 10 month’s since I left the UK. I’ve made it to Ghana. And it’s time for a summary of the trip so far, by numbers. I’ve posted some statistics on my main sponsor’s, Webtogs, blog: Togblog I’m currently back in the UK getting a new passport, which I’m eager to fill up with lots […]

By The Numbers: Paddling the Niger River

For some numbers relating to our Niger River boat trip,  see the article posted over at The Travelers Notebook:

6 Months of Statistics – The Road to Freetown

I’ve been on the road now for 6 months (I can hardly believe it!), so I thought it was time for a little update in numbers. Total distance cycled: 9219 km Days since leaving UK: 178 Countries visited: 10 Longest distance cycled in a day: 178 km (in Western Sahara) Average daily distance: 52 km […]

Statistics from the first month

For those who like numbers, here are some stats since leaving UK to my current location in Cordoba…. Days since leaving UK: 32 Nights in a tent: 27 Days spent cycling: 26 Days when it rained: 7 Rest days: 6 Nights spent wild camping: 4 Total distance: 1564 miles Longest distance cycled in a day: […]