World Reviewer was recently approached by Steve Chambers, who's planning to trek the Great Wall of China, hoping to raise £6,000 for the Institute of Cancer Research UK. Steve's taking his best mate along with him, and to help them publicise their trip and reach their target amount they're keeping a blog about their preparations and training.
We're not all about the experts and experienced travellers at World Reviewer and it will probably be equally inspirational to hear about the preparations for this trip... they're at the boot buying stage... Here's their first blog post and you'll be hearing more periodically - good luck guys!
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