I thought it would be a good idea to see where past overlanders had been today in history:
Cyber Diary - (Agadir, Morocco) the ride back south on an already known road is about as boring as todays entry into this diary...
2002 - Can't find today listed on any website.
Jepps Overland - (Egypt) All up and ready by 5.30am (this is a very rare occasion) and we went and joined the rest of the convoy. The convoy set off at 7am with a police van leading the way followed by all the small minibuses, then the landrovers and then the very big coaches.
AfricanSnail - As the mid-day heat became too intense we retreated to a terrace cafe for lunch. Tried a cous-cous dish and a veggie tajine (stew cooked in a traditional earthenware dish). Then we sat and sweated for a while!
BigSky Adventures - On the road to Murchison Falls, Uganda
DuKs Journey - At 15:11 on 23rd September 2005, after 72,900km and over 20 months on the road, the DuK, Kat and I journeyed into the Suez tunnel pasing under the Suez cannal and in so doing left the continent of Africa.
Border-Crossings - The last 70kms out of Mali to Burkina were a rocky one, but the border-crossing was a breeze. We interrupted lunch for the officials, but they didn't seem to be too bothered by it, gave us our stamps, a wave and sent us on our way.
2007 & 2008 - proved to be difficult to find!
2009 - Today
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