Apologies for being incommunicado so much, unfortunately my laptop didn’t survive the return trip from Chile so I have resorted to pretending to be a University Student again to gain computer access!
There have been some lovely write-ups about the expedition, in particular Frank Hughes’ in the Melbourne Village Voice (this month’s issue is here) based on almost two hours of my ramblings in our local coffee shop.
I was also warmly welcomed by the staff and students of Trent College, Nottinghamshire for a post-expedition talk last week. They were great supporters of the South Pole expedition and it was a pleasure to share my experiences with them.
In addition I am hosting another public presentation on my record-breaking achievement in Melbourne, Derbyshire on the 21st March. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are a business, club, scout group, school or indeed, any other organisation and would be interested in my public-speaking, please don’t hesitate to be in touch as I would love to hear from you. It was a talk to my Scout group by the previous record-holder that inspired my own expedition so you never know who may break mine….
Best wishes to everyone,