On a cold, rainy afternoon in November 2013. I stood looking at a dilapidated Squiffy parked up in the driveway of my parents’ house. It had been almost 10 years since she had driven and the years had not been kind. She had numerous mechanical issues and her body was rusting away—her dreams of adventure […]
Expedition temporarily postponed.
We’re very pleased to announce our support for the Degree Confluence Project! Confluences are the points on the Earth’s surface where the lines of longitude and latitude intersect, and the aim of those participating in the Degree Confluence Project is to visit and photograph each one! Over 3,222 confluences have already been visited, but that […]
Our expedition brochure is now available for download!
Great news today: after her extensive engine overhaul, our van, Squiffy, is back on the road! As always, you can read all about the work we’ve been doing on her, and check out all our photos, in our diary.
We’re very pleased to welcome L.A. Performance to our list of sponsors. Lee at L.A. Performance has been tasked with preparing Squiffy’s engine for her epic journey. Why not follow its progress in our diary?
The London2Sydney diary is now online! We’re keeping a record of everything we’ve been doing as we prepare for our journey, and we’ve already made lots of entries. Squiffy’s been getting plenty of attention and you can see photos of all the work that we’ve been doing on her there too. Once we’re on our […]
London2Sydney.org is one year old today! So to celebrate we’ve given the London2Sydney expedition website a fresh new look, as we’ve got a lot more content we want to share with you! To start with, Andy’s posted an article explaining why a VW camper van was our vehicle of choice to take us all the […]
A big thank you to Lonely Planet for their donation of a number of their excellent guidebooks.
Pictures of our van are now online!