Walking The Extreme

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November 1st 2011
Published: November 9th 2011
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Is walking into the world’s most dangerous city something to be proud of? How about walking into the middle of a conflict zone? Why not hire Congolese soldiers and climb on one of the world’s most deadly volcanoes? Sod it, why not camp in a war-torn area next to a lava lake? It sounds extreme, almost insane, but it is all a load of hellfire and brimstone to me. “Nyiragongo is a two-mile-hi... Read Full Entry

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16th November 2011

Hmmmmm interesting
Great read and we are planning to do the same in four days! Thanks for the contact :)
13th August 2020

Great read
Really enjoyed reading this , the volcano must have been a captivating site to see , and while reading it I can only visualise what it was like ,most importantly there’s a lot of information for others that also wish to travel and share the same experience and how to go about it safely, which would be the key part form me . Beautiful photos help bring the story to life even more so , reading such an experience just makes you realise on how much there is to be seen on this planet of ours .

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