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What have 'Sailing the Atlantic', 'Expeditions to Antarctica', and 'Life as a humanitarian aid worker in Afghanistan, Iraq, Kosovo and Africa' have in common?

I wrote a blog about the people I met in my travel, about living under the threat of a gun, sailing across the Atlantic, deserted islands in the Pacific, being ambushed in Burundi, and lovely sailing days in the Caribbean. About the road which is more important than the journey...

I would love to have feedback.

The travel blog (including several log entries about the ARC2006 transatlantic crossing) you can find on:

http://theroadtothehorizon.blogspot.com/

For those interested, raw video footage and some pictures of a 2-months yacht delivery trip with Persuader Too (a Beneteau 57), from Port Hamble (UK) to the BVI can be found on:

http://www.youtube.com/results?searc...&search=Search
http://theroadtothehorizon.spaces.live.com

If you still did not have enough, the following link contains my Dutch eBook (free!) about the expeditions to the islands of Clipperton, Howland and Peter I .. Even if you do not understand Dutch, the many pictures speak for themselves.

http://verslaafdaandehorizon.blogspot.com

Enjoy and wishing you safe journeys,

Peter

peter.casier(at)pandora.be
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Peter..this is your third out of 4 posts where you simply promote you own sites. Enough already!
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He probably has a bulkhead on his boat dedicated to himself too...
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