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Wednesday, 17 April 2013

Education campaigners 1st to drive 'Tuk Tuk' the length of Africa

Two international educational campaigners are attempting a world record in a traditional Asian mode of transport the Tuk Tuk. They are also raising educational awareness on their travels and are the first team to drive a Tuk Tuk the length of Africa recording their achievement on the beach at the Cape of Good Hope. You can see some good photos of this and more photos of them in Africa here in a news item in Mailonline

International educational campaigners Richard Sears and Nick Gough the first to drive a Tuk Tuk the length of Africa at the Cape of Good Hope, S. Africa
While travelling they are visiting educational projects, raising awareness of the Global Campaign for Education and raising funds for inspirational educational projects around the world. Having passed through 27 countries, the pair have covered over 17,200 miles, closing in on the current world record for the longest journey in an auto-rickshaw. 

Here is a link to a slideshow of photos on the MSN website about Rich and Nick's exploits in Africa 

http://photos.uk.msn.com/slideshow/photos/tuk-tuk-world-record-attempt/2x6p8t0w#2

To read more click here

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