that started on the London Underground carried me to the most
remote corners of the Sahara. I set out on a cold December day
in 2002, and travelled by train from England, through France,
to Italy, where I took the ferry to North Africa.
Tunisia, I travelled by road through the diverse desert landscapes
of Libya, Algeria and Niger, which make up the Central Sahara.
After exploring Mali I continued through Guinea, before ending
my trip in Freetown, Sierra Leone – a city located on a
peninsula jutting out into the Atlantic Ocean.
on the camels below to follow my journey...