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Veyt’s Next Phase: Through Africa to Kilimanjaro

November 15 marks another phase in adventurer Jelle Veyt's attempt to climb the Seven Summits by cycling, hiking and rowing to all of them from his home in Belgium. He has just finished 10 weeks of handbiking and kayaking to the tip of North Africa. Now he hops back on the bike for a further 15,000k...

Kristine De Abreu

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