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Tim Moss

Tim Moss has supported over 100 expeditions across all seven continents. He has climbed new mountains, crossed a desert on foot and recently cycled 13,000 miles around the world. He is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society London and a Guinness World Record Holder. He aims to encourage more people to live adventurously. Read more...


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    lee hughes

    Yeah £100 is loads!

    I hitch hiked to Prague in 2 two days from England, that cost me just food which now thinking I could have brought from home!

    Get yourself in Calais asking bus drivers and hitch as far as you can..

    Then you can include all of the above at some point :D

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    seriously, mate, £100 for a week? that’s tons!!! that should get you across the country and back! and hitch hiking is ace but doesnt work in birmingham… but it’s an adventure to crash at aston station for the night ;)

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    Steve Blethyn

    1. Climb a mountain
    2. Sleep under the stars
    3. Swim outdoors
    4. Hitch-hike
    5. Leave England
    6. Stay in the UK
    7. Take some new photos for this blog
    8. Avoid familiar areas, aim for new ones
    9. Get back in time to give a talk on February 23rd
    10. Have an adventure
    1-4. usually free and easy to achieve just be careful who you do no.4 with. (See Note Below)
    5. It is possible to get out of Blighty without spanding money, legally too. Try and do no.4 above with a group who have got a ‘car plus contents’ type of ferry ticket.
    6. can be done without leaving the bivvy used in no. 2 so I’ll move quickly to…
    7. This is a must do, remember, No Photo-It Didn’t Happen!
    8. There’s a lot of planet out there so this should be easy.
    9. Requires all the P’s (Prior Planning/Preparation Prevents Poor Performance)
    10. Life is what you make it! Enjoy!

    I’m going to add to this list, so without wanting to spoil anyones fun…

    11. Stay Safe!

    Now… What to do with that £100?

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    great idea – looking forward to the updates…

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    Reece Popplewell

    No 9. Going back in time is a bit audacious for £100!


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