We haven’t abandoned you, it is just impossible to find a decent reception or wifi on the north coast. But the stories are being written. Today, due to strong wind we had to stop a few miles short of Thurso. Having a great view of the Orkneys.
Yesterday, I received a text from Michal saying that Natalie’s mobile is not working.
Please, use Michal’s number if you need to contact them. 07980 794018
JC came to our help with our fully loaded kayaks to take them down to the water at Newquay Pembrokeshire. He is one of many people that have helped us so far on our journey and have made our trip worthwhile. Thanks to everyone that have helped us in our expedition so far.
Congratulations to DAN ABEL the winner of our first competition, the prize is on the way to you.
We will be starting a new competition soon.
Visit the competition page . Today is your last chance to enter the competition as it closes at 7pm
The book “Sea Kayak Navigation ” could be yours
Today Natalie & Michal paddled from the Isle of Man to Northern Ireland and arrived there at 18:04. Natalie will post an update as soon as she can.
Natalie & Michal landed on the island at around 9:30 pm and they are now looking for a place to pitch their tent.
I received a text from Natalie at 16:20. She wrote ” the last time we saw land was at 9:30 this morning and we don’t expect to see land for another 6 hours due to moderate visibility.please don’t forget to donate, a pound per hour would be great.”
They have just started the crossing from Amlwch in Wales to the Isle of Man, around 80 km an estimated 14 hours paddling. Please donate 10 p per km or £ 1 per hour to cheer them up on this very demanding crossing. To follow their progress click on ” our position ” button or follow the link below