Previous London meetings.

  • London Meetings, Saturday, June 3th, 2017

    Speaking this month we have Paul Hughes – Rare Escapes – Adventures nearby and Duncan Gough – Travelling in Spain & how to write about your travels.

  • London Meetings, Saturday, May 6th, 2017

    Speaking this month we have Kendra and Michael Ansley – Burma and André Brugiroux – Traveling the world.

  • London Meetings, Saturday, April 1st, 2017

    Speaking this month we have Charlie Knight – Walking solo from Mexico to Canada and Jacki Hill Murphy – Amazon old route.

  • London Meetings, Saturday, March 4th, 2017

    Speaking this month we have Darren Axe – Treading lightly… Journeys among the mountains of Europe by boot, snowshoe and train; Tim Holland – Russia and Philip Bichon – Yemen

  • London Meetings, Saturday, February 4th, 2017

    Speaking this month we have Sam McManus – The Pale Tablelands: Travels through the mountains of Ethiopia and Alistair Mclean – Hurtigruten – a bygone era of sea travel.

  • London Meetings, Saturday, January 7th, 2017

    Speaking this month we have Rosemary Alexander and Adam Lang talking about Beijing and Hilary Clark and Hemant Amin -traveling from London to the Mezzogiorno by train

  • London Meetings, Saturday, December 3rd, 2016

    Speaking this month we have Brian Anderson – Tierra del Fuego – ‘The Land of Fire’ and Richard Evans – Laid Back around the World in 180 Day

  • London Meetings, Saturday, November 5th, 2016

    First we have the clubs AGM , then at 2.30 the meeting begins.
    Speaking this month we have Jeremy Perrin – All you need to know about the Camino de Santiago and Jon Beardmore – The Great Game – 30,000 miles across Central Asia

  • London Meetings, Saturday, October 1st, 2016

    Speaking this month we have Tom Fremantle – A thousand mile walk along the US-Mexico border – and other stories and John Gimlette – Elephant Complex – Travels in Sri Lanka

  • London Meetings, Saturday, September 3rd, 2016

    Speaking this month we have Denise Heywood – Sir Stamford Raffles Art Collector & Discoverer Of Singapore and Alan Palmer – Travels in India’s North East Frontier Agency (Part 1) – Amongst the Headhunters of Nagaland

  • London Meetings, Saturday, August 6, 2016

    There is no meeting this month.

  • London Meetings, Saturday, July 2, 2016

    Speaking this month we have Members Slides : Around the world in eighty minutes. 10 presentations of 10 slides

  • London Meetings, Saturday, June 4, 2016

    Speaking this month we have Jeanie Copland – on to Ho Chi Min (Trans Siberian Part 2) and Russell Maddicks – Ecuador: Where to Visit After April’s Earthquake

  • London Meetings, Saturday, May 7, 2016

    Speaking this month we have Elizabeth Gowing – The Rubbish-Picker’s Wife: an unlikely friendship in Kosovo and John Pilkington – Europe & Russia: What Next?

  • London Meetings, Saturday, April 2, 2016

    Speaking this month we have John Hare – Three wild camel surveys in the Gobi desert undertaken in 1999, 2005 and 2011 and Charlie Walker – A Long Way Home

  • London Meetings, Saturday, March 5, 2016

    Speaking this month we have Daniel Evans – Footsteps Beyond the Pond and Jacqui Trotter – Israel

  • London Meetings, Saturday, February 6, 2016

    Speaking this month we have Nathan Millward – From Sydney to London and beyond. Dorothy Revisited and Adam Lang – Sea and Sardinia – D.H. Lawrence’s Hidden Sardinia

  • London Meetings, Saturday 9th January 2016

    Speaking this month we have two Mini Talks by Mary Fogarty – Djibouti: in search of the whale shark and Dan Bachmann – Why we travel and a talk by Brian Anderson – Images From The Edge. Brian Anderson

  • London Meetings, Saturday December 5, 2015

    Speaking this month we have Tomislav Perko – How to travel the world with almost no money and Barbara Brooks – a quick trip across Canada & North America.

  • London Meetings, Saturday November 7, 2015

    Speaking this month we have Ashley Butterfield – Tales of a bogieman: Round India on a railway carriage (100 times) and Andrew Lyndon-Skeggs – 1,300 km walk from Auch to Dieppe.

  • London Meetings, Saturday October 3, 2015

    Speaking this month we have Denise Heywood – Legend and Lustre: Jim Thompson and Thai Silk and wo Mini talks of 15-20 minutes by Marion Bull – Devil’s Island and Basia Filzek – Mongolia.

  • London Meetings, Saturday September 5, 2015

    Speaking this month we have Kevin Brackley – Mysore beyond the bubble – Part 2 and Gavin A Fernandes – Summer in North America.

  • London Meetings, Saturday August 1, 2015

    There is no meeting this month.

  • London Meetings, Saturday July 4, 2015

    Speaking this month we have Members Slides : Around the world in eighty minutes. 10 presentations of 10 slides

  • London Meetings, Saturday June 6, 2015

    Speaking this month we have Graham Hoskins – An Amazing, Life Changing Travel Adventure in Just Two Weeks and Jacqui Trotter – Japan – three weeks in cherry blossom season

  • London Meetings, Saturday May 9, 2015

    Speaking this month we have Karen Neale – A Fellow Traveller and Zara Taylor – Antarctica – Shackleton’s World

  • London Meetings, Saturday April 11, 2015

    Speaking this month we have Jon Tindale – Squashed Possums – New Zealand and Russell Maddicks – A Culinary Trip Round Ecuador in 5 Iconic Dishes (including guinea pig)

  • London Meetings, Saturday, March 7, 2015

    Speaking this month we have Nathan Millward – Sydney to London at 37 mph and Sam Williams and Sam Gibbons – The Cordilleras and their Communities

  • London Meetings, Saturday, February 7, 2015

    Speaking this month we have David Illsley – The Ancient Kingdom of the Alpujarra of Granada and Mark Wainwright – Above the clouds.

  • London Meetings, Saturday 3rd January 2015

    This month we have Richard Wain-Hobson – Cornwall to Cape Town: My First Taste of Adventure and Z W Bates – Travelling by container ship with the poetry of Louis MacNeice

  • London Meetings, Saturday 6th Dec 2014

    Speaking this month we have Jason Lewis – To The Brink and John Pilkington – A Balkan Adventure

  • London Meetings, Saturday 1st Nov 2014

    Speaking this month we have Jeanie Copland – Trans-Siberian & beyond and Rosemary J Brown – Around the World with Nellie Bly

  • London Meetings, Saturday 4th Oct 2014

    Speaking this month we have Rob Self-Pierson – Twinned with…. An adventure through the twin towns of Europe and Nigel Watt MBE, Hannah Smith, Olivia Ng – three continents, 9000 miles, one idea.

  • London Meetings, Saturday 6th Sep 2014

    Speaking this month we have Christopher LeBreton – Become an Earth Partner: BE the Change with Active Hope and Robin Ratchford – From Souk to Souk.

  • London Meetings, Saturday 5th July 2014

    Speaking this month we have: Members Slides : Around the world in eighty minutes. 10 presentations of 10 slides

  • London Meetings, Saturday 7th June 2014

    Speaking this month we have: Mary Fogarty: ‘Life and love in the Alpujarras’ and Ian Packham – Encircle Africa: the first solo and unassisted circumnavigation of Africa by public transport

  • London Meetings, Saturday 10th May 2014

    Speaking this month we have: Neil Rees – Travels in the Republic of Congo: Guerillas and Gorillas and Jacqui Trotter – Short trip to Serendip Sri Lanka.

  • London Meeting, Saturday 5th Apr 2014

    Speaking this month we have: Leon McCarron – ‘On Foot Across China: a 3000 mile trek from the Gobi desert to Hong Kong’ and Dan Bachmann – Georgia: Good Morning Svaneti

  • London Meetings, Saturday 1st Mar 2014

    Speaking this month we have: Jan Meeks – Unfinished Business – The Arctic and Geoffrey Roy – Close Encounters with the Ice Bear

  • London Meetings, Saturday, February 1, 2014

    Speaking this month we have Sarah Begum – “Amazon Souls” – Living with the Huaorani Tribe and Philip Beale – Madagascar

  • London Meetings, Saturday January 4, 2014

    Speaking this month we have: Barbara Brooks – Chasing the Northern Lights in Norway, Agata Zborowska – travels in Africa, Dick Curtis – “Home & Away” – a [con]fusion of Emile-Romagna and London and Gavin Fernandes – a trip through the Baltic

  • London Meetings, Saturday December 7th, 2013

    Speaking this month we have: Mary Fogarty – Marrakech and Souira – from magical mayhem to sea and soul Derek Brown – Journey along the Mekong

  • London Meetings, Saturday November 2nd, 2013

    Speaking this month we have: John Pilkington – Pioneers and Bandits: A saunter round Patagonia and Jane Wilson-Howarth – Nepal adventures

  • London Meetings, Saturday October 5th, 2013

    Speaking this month we have: Sandra & David Reekie – Cambodia and Anna Hughes — 4000 miles by bike around the coast of Britain.

  • London Meetings, Saturday September 7th, 2013

    Speaking this month we have: Andy Madeley from the cycling double-act The Cycle Diaries – cycling between London and Sydney and Jenny Bower – Swaziland

  • London Meetings, August 2013

    There is no London meeting in August, the next meeting is September 7th

  • Saturday July 6th, 2013

    Speaking this month we have: Members Slides : Around the world in eighty minutes. 8 presentations of 12 slides

  • Saturday June 1st, 2013

    Speaking this month we have: Mary-Anne Bartlett – Art Safari and Carol Gyasi – Kayayo Girls of Ghana

  • Saturday May 11th, 2013

    Speaking this month we have: Francesca Jaggs – Volunteering, Ayurvedic medicine and exploration in Kerala, India and Barbara Brooks – Chile & Argentina

  • Saturday April 6th, 2013

    Speaking this month we have: Jason Lewis – Expedition 360: The First Human-Powered Circumnavigation of the Earth and Neil Harris – Ceremonies of Miao and Hmong tribes: SW China & Laos.

  • Saturday March 2nd, 2013

    Speaking this month we have: Linda Howard – A Very Long Train Journey: From Moscow To Beijing and Kevin Brackley – Mysore – Exploring outside the bubble

  • Saturday February 2nd, 2013

    Speaking this month we have: Alan Palmer & Lynda Corry – Trekking with mules through the High Atlas and Anti-Atlas Mountains of Morocco and Jane Wilson-Howarth – Travel Health

  • Join us at the Adventure Travel Show

    The London GT Branch are once again running a travel advice stand at the
    Adventure Travel show in London on 26th and 27th January 2013.

  • Saturday January 5th, 2013

    Speaking this month we have: two mini talks from Sylvia Pullen – Greece and Barbara Brooks – French Polynesia and Gavin A. Fernandes – Stories from the Silk Road the meeting is followed by our New Year Party.

  • Saturday, Dec 1st 2012

    Speaking this month we have Jonathan Kaplan — Surgical travels in Nepal and Michael Middleditch –Into the Klondike

  • Saturday, Nov 3rd 2012

    Speaking this month we have Derek Brown — Travels around Europe by Boat. and Hilary Clark — Dancing backwards in high heels

  • Saturday, Oct 6th 2012

    Speaking this month we have:Paul Archer – How to drive a black cab up Everest… and other useful tips and Eric Hayman – Up Africa ’74

  • Saturday, September 1st 2012

    We have two talks by Darren Winwood — St Helena – South Atlantic Ocean and Nick Hunt — Across Europe on foot: Walking from the Hook of Holland to Istanbul

  • Saturday July 7th, 2012

    This month we have 8 short presentations of 12 slides

  • Saturday June 9th, 2012

    Speaking this month we have Peter Cloudsley – Peru/Shamans and Doreen Taylor – George Orwell’s Police Postings in Burma, & Doreen Tayler’s Burmese Days.

  • Saturday May 12th, 2012

    Speaking this month we have John Pilkington – Georgia to Afghanistan and Delia Cardnell – Madagascar, Along the Route du Sud and road to Morondava

  • Saturday April 14th, 2012

    Speaking this month we have: Marion Bull – Upper Mesopotamia and Kurdistan and John Kenny – Sub Saharan Journeys: 6 years of visiting Africa’s remotest communities

  • Saturday March 3rd, 2012

    Speaking this month we have: Neil Rees – In the Footsteps of King Zog of Albania and Nadine Horn – Grateful for a spoon and getting trousers sewed by an Icelandic – Mission Spain

  • Saturday February 4th, 2012

    Speaking this month we have Neil Harris – “Ethiopia: A country of two halves; history in the north, tribal Africa in the south.” and Sarah Murray – From the Magnificent to the Macabre: Send-Offs for the Dead.

  • Saturday, January 7, 2012

    Speaking this month we have Phil Coley – Japan, Kevin Brackley – Mysore and Gavin Fernandes – Northern India

  • Saturday, Dec 3, 2011

    Speaking this month, James Willcox — Central Asia; Chris Weston — Animals on the edge

  • Saturday, Nov 5, 2011

    Speaking this month Andrea Orban and Laurence West — Libya; Jacqui Trotter — Summer in Southern Scotland

  • Saturday, Oct 1, 2011

    Speaking this month we have Russell Maddicks and Rona Cant

  • Saturday, Sep 3, 2011

    Speaking this month we have Mary Kinipple – Tibet and Jonny Bealby – Pakistan

  • July 2nd, 2011

    This month we have 8 short presentations of 12 slides

  • June 4th, 2011

    Justine Hardy: Paradise Lost? The Kashmir Valleys Justine Hardy has been reporting from Kashmir for much of the past twenty years. She is the author of six books about India, three of these being about Kashmir. The latest one, In the Valley of Mist, was a winner of the 2010 Dayton Peace Prize, and it was her third book to be broadcast on Radio 4’s Book of the Week. In addition to writing and reporting, Justine is also a conflict trauma therapist. She is running a suicide helpline and mental trauma centre in Kashmir. Tim Hannigan: Murder in the Hindu Kush Tim Hannigan is a freelance writer and photographer, originally … Continue reading June 4th, 2011

  • May 7th, 2011

    Speaking this month we have Liam D’Arcy-Brown and Ann McCarthy.

  • April 2nd, 2011

    James Littlewood & Tracey Dornan – Boy girl bike road She dreamt of seeing the world, but couldn’t justify the carbon. He had always dreamed of the challenge of cycling to Hong Kong. With no previous experience of cycle touring, lycra or life together this is the adventure of one couple and their view from the saddle on an attempt to circumnavigate the globe by bicycle and boat.  A cycle ride of 18,000 miles through 23 countries. Lord Ian Strathcarron – Byron and the Grand Tour Two hundred years ago, between 1809-11, Lord Byron completed his Grand Tour of the Mediterranean. He was 21 when he left London. After catching a … Continue reading April 2nd, 2011

  • March 5th, 2011

    Speaking this month we have Sarah Outen and John Gimlette

  • February 5th, 2011

    Speaking this month we have Alastair Humphreys and Mark Kalch

  • January 8th 2011

    This month we have four speakers to presenting 20 minute talks…

  • December 4th 2010

    Talking this month we have John Pilkington and Dick Curtis

  • November 6th 2010

    At 1.30ppm the clubs AGM (members only) Then at 2.30 the meeting begins Denise Heywood ~ A Cambodian Odyssey Part 2 Read many more details about Denise’s various south east Asian adventures on http://www.deniseheywood.co.uk/ Paul Archer ~ The It’s on the Meter Expedition: Heard Hearted Hannah- the Meanest Gal in Town! A brief overview of the expedition to break the world record for the longest ever taxi journey by driving a classic Black Cab from London to Sydney. Paul Archer will run through the origins of the trip, the route, the team, the plan, the cause and the preparations of the expedition before it depart early 2011 See Paul & … Continue reading November 6th 2010