Speaking this month we have:
Mary Fogarty – ‘Life and love in the Alpujarras’
Life and love in the Alpujarras: time spent in the foothills of the last home of Boabdil the Moor, before he was expelled from Spain. Memories of time spent amidst the oranges and olives and pomegranates – and walks in the hills and travels around towns and adventures with madmen.
Find out more about MARY at marrakechtailormade.com and hoteltaray.com.
Ian Packham – Encircle Africa: the first solo and unassisted circumnavigation of Africa by public transport.
Ian’s biggest adventure to date – a 396 day, 25,000 mile journey – took Ian on the first solo and unassisted circumnavigation of continental Africa by publically available transport. Using this mode of transport ensured reliance on, and therefore greater interaction with, local populations on the coast of Africa.
London branch meetings are held at The Church of Scotland, Crown Court, behind the Fortune Theatre in Covent Garden the first Saturday of each month, unless there is a UK public holiday that weekend.
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There is no London meeting in August, but we start afresh each September.
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