My last blog from Walking the Amazon

Daily Blog 14 of 14…

Its over. Cho and I walked from 12 midday Sunday straight through the night and arrived at the Atlantic Ocean at 9am today local time. 85km in 21 hours.

Feelings? Almost impossible to convey. I’d prepared myself to be disappointed but I was close to tears looking out into the warm crashing waves with Cho at my side. A day I will never forget for the rest of my life. No-one will ever take that away from us.

Thank you to everyone who has helped Cho and me achieve this world first. Whether you’ve sent money, advice or support messages, thanks for joining in our madness and understanding why this expedition meant so much to us.

The cynics have been silenced – it is possible to walk the Amazon – we’ve just done it.

All future blogs will be send via www.edstafford.org. I now can’t wait to see my family and friends at Heathrow on Wednesday afternoon at 3:30pm.

Thank you all. From two very tired yet elated people.

Ed & Cho

Job Done

Its over. Cho and I walked from 12 midday Sunday straight through the night and arrived at the Atlantic Ocean at 9am today local time. 85km in 21 hours.

Champagne days...

Feelings? Almost impossible to convey. I’d prepared myself to be disappointed but I was close to tears looking out into the warm crashing waves with Cho at my side. A day I will never forget for the rest of my life. No-one will ever take that away from us.

Thank you to everyone who has helped Cho and me achieve this world first. Whether you’ve sent money, advice or support messages, thanks for joining in our madness and understanding why this expedition meant so much to us.

The cynics have been silenced – it is possible to walk the Amazon – we’ve just done it.

All future blogs will be posted via www.edstafford.org. I now can’t wait to see my family and friends at Heathrow on Wednesday afternoon at 3pm.

Thank you all. From two very tired yet elated people.

Ed & Cho