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Room to Read libraries completed!

Keara and I are very excited to announce the completion of all three Room to Read libraries. Our libraries have been constructed in the following locations: Shree Amarjyoti Primary School, Pyuthan, Nepal Khelpur Primary School, Uttarakhand, India Mamudpur Primary School, … Continue reading

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Khelpur primary school, Uttarakhand, India

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Shree Amarjyoti primary school, Nepal

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hostage crisis in Albania

by Pete We’re safely back together, and in beautiful Venice, but here are a few tales from my days in Albania…. Crossing the border  felt like I’d travelled back a few decades, the road turned to gravel and remained that … Continue reading

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Greece …and a clash with Zeus

Greece and a clash with Zeus… We took the overnight ferry from Rhodes and rode into Athens, the birthplace of democracy, home to the ancient philosphers and today, a few anarchists . We spent the day strolling the Acropolis, and … Continue reading

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turkey…touring paradise

by Pete We’ve done it, we’ve reached cycle touring heaven….pheeeow! The Turkish coastline is stunning with lush and craggy valleys, white sandy beaches and that clear turquoise mediterranean that Keara has been dreaming about for weeks. The luxuries that we … Continue reading

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Delhi……through the lens

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A day in the life of Pete & Keara

A day in the life of Pete and Keara 0630 – alarm goes off, hit snooze, it’s freezing cold and still dark outside 0700 – start morning stretch routine whilst still in sleeping bag……the sun is just coming up 0715 … Continue reading

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Ranthambore Safari photos

         

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How to send a parcel in India

How to send a parcel in India…. The following is an account of the complexities involved in mailing a parcel from India to Ireland. The story illustrates the frustrations of India but also the extraordinary friendship and assistance provided by … Continue reading

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