The road chose me Going where others don't dare

At times the dirt road is in really good condition 3

Across The DRC Day 2

In the morning we are up and moving before the heat of the day, and before our curious neighbors can return to resume their endless staring. Immediately the “highway” picks up where it left...

The swarm of kids around the Jeep when I arrived at the more major road 3

Across The DRC Day 1

From the second we move away the border, the road is barely a road. It’s really more of a walking / motorbike track. The track is so overgrown I am scraping through brush on...

The welcoming party 0

Into The DRC

Mercifully the heat and humidity drop overnight, and so I sleep soundly, happy to be less than ten yards from a Policeman. In the morning I share around sugary tea before bidding farewell and...

The green rolling hills of Congo have been staggering. This is South, getting close to DRC 1

Congo Concludes

Lazing about enjoying my beach side paradise one afternoon, Pascal gives me the good news – get to the Angolan embassy as fast as possible. It turns out a one month visa costs the...

Beach side camping, Pointe-Noire 12

Pointe-Noire, Congo

The highway to Pointe-Noire winds it’s way up and over a genuine mountain pass – at times steep enough for 2nd gear in the Jeep. Technically the road is two lanes in each direction,...

I installed a couple of Blue Sea Dual USB Sockets in the Jeep to easily charge gear. From $18.71 on Amazon