Natalie and Michal are a wife and husband team who share a passion for outdoors and sport activities such as skiing, climbing, cycling and kayaking. They are both constantly looking for and taking up personal challenges.
Natalie works as a teacher in a secondary special school for children with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties. She likes to make film reports from the undertaken trips and occasionally writes articles about them, too.
Michal works in building business and is a Fine Art graduate. He specialises in photography, www.michalmadera.com, and had many of his photos published in sports magazines. He writes articles mainly for climbing but occasionally for kayaking websites.
You continue to amaze us.
Matt and Rene Smit
I live in Menai Bridge on Anglesey. I have secure sea kayak storage right by the slipway and I live a short walk away. If I can be of any help on your trip please don’t hesitate to ask. I can offer floor space, warm showers and free beer. I can also pick you up and deliver within the area.
Hi Natalie and Michal, just wanted to say good luck for the trip. Our expedition starts on 29th April – we leave from the Cornish South Coast – so maybe our paths may just cross!
Will keep an eye on your progress!
Hi Michal & Nathalie,
we’re Mark & Sherril – members of Portsmouth Canoe Club and friends of Jason Cole.
We live in Farlington on Portsdown Hill behind Langstone Harbour, Portsmouth. We have plenty of room if you need somewhere to stay when you come through this week.
We can collect you & the boats and return you the next day. So anywhere from Selsey, Hayling Island, Portsmouth or the Solent.
Give us a call – Mark Spruce 07813 834564 Sherril Spencer 07909 728199
Sprucey & Sherril
Hi Natalie and Michal …… So glad you are finding out how special people are that don’t know you and are willing to help. Missing you in school Natalie xxxxx
Hi Natalie, sorry to hear about your dry suit I hope you can get a replacement …….The weather isn’t helping you too much but I guess it can get more rougher when you work yourselves around Scotland. I received your second postcard, thankyou. You take care.