Posts by mikael

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Gear and Kit Review; Berghaus Bioflex 45 Rucksack

On review; Berghaus Bioflex 45 Rucksack – Rating; 7 out of 10 A 45 liter backpack is a day pack on an […]

Equipment, training, treatments and disease

Being a dad for two toddlers and an explorer preparing for one of the toughest Expedition anyone can imagine coldwise, well, it is difficult. For three reasons; First of all, even though I want to spend all my time with these the two most lovliest…

Happiness, but still insecurity if it will happen or not

We did get our papers last Friday. The Invitations. What a relief! I didn t sleep a lot during that week. Or during the the last 2 weeks. Terrible, terrible time just waiting like this, your whole life is on hold! However, having this permit, eve…

Erden Eruc; Dolphin Meat, Whale Meat, Who Cares?

 In a world where far too much glitz and short term thinking is dominating, Erden Eruc stands apart. I have to admit, […]

Africa; A shocking letter from Bukavu, Congo-Kinshasa

When I entered the plane from Nairobi to London a bit more than a week ago I was filled with energy and […]

The Gentlemen´s Expedition; Chilling in Zanzibar

A Gentlemen´s Expedition in the eyes of Kensington Tours owner, Jeff Willner, is full of dramatic challenges. Like now, when we have pretty much […]

Still no visa……I am getting so fed up with living in this unknown area of life……

Less than two months to go…..I have absolutely nothing in order. I cannot do anything until i have the permits to enter the Russian federation and Yakutia. Why in earth does it take such a long time? Maybe I should have gone through Dmitry Shpar…

The Gentlemen´s Expedition; A pride of lions at Loisaba

A Gentlemen´s Expedition in the eyes of Kensington Tours owner, Jeff Willner, is full of dramatic challenges. Like now, when we have pretty much […]

The Gentlemen´s Expedition; A birds perspective of Masai Mara

A Gentlemen´s Expedition in the eyes of Kensington Tours owner, Jeff Willner, is full of dramatic challenges. Like now, when we have pretty much […]

Two months to go…..

….but still no permits. This is just a bit too nerve racking. I just came back from East Africa, started to edit the Yemen film and nothing has happened on the Siberian journey. Nothing. And this worries me. I started to train yesterday again, 5…