Covering six countries, almost 8 000 kilometres over a period of 17 days, the 2012 Put Foot Rally has finally drawn to a close. These were the highlights along the route.
We spent Day 12 and 13 of The Put Foot Rally at Senga Bay on Lake Malawi preparing for the Almost Full Moon Malawi Checkpoint Party, which was an incredibly luminous affair
I thought that my post on Day 16 and 17 of The Put Foot Rally would be my last. It's not, thank goodness. We still have a few videos from the last few days of the rally to share with you.
On the last day of The Put Foot Rally crews started rolling in for the final checkpoint at White Sands on Praia de Barra in Inhambane, Mozambique. After 17 days on the road it was the prefect setting for the finish line, although I'm now left feeling more than a little sad that it's all over.
Day 15 of the Put Foot Rally was another day of fierce driving, however we still found time to stop along the road to hand out some more soccer balls to local kids, something we've been doing in each country along the way.
Tete is Mozambique's New York ... but dirtier, more frantic and inundated with a flaming sense of warped city dynamism that makes you feel uneasy but excited at the same time.
It's Day 17 of the Put Foot Rally and we're in Mozambique getting ready for the final Checkpoint Party. It's been an awesome adventure ... and with a good purpose. This video from the Shoe Drop in Zambia puts it all into perspective.
We spent Day 12 and 13 on the shores of Lake Malawi at Senga Bay enjoying some much needed chill time before the Almost Full Moon Checkpoint Party.
Checkpoint to checkpoint, covering 1 300 kilometres, Day 11 of the rally was set to be a beast of a drive. We headed for Lusaka, Chipata and then the Malawi border and I realised that I had left most of clothes in Zimbabwe ...
On Day 6 of The Put Foot Rally we got to chill with Bob Skinstad, who came up to Livingstone to show his support for the work that the rally and The Put Foot Foundation have been doing. Kim Hinrich, from Motion City Films was on hand to put it all together.