A Two Year Journey, From Cape To Cairo
Peter decided that after hiking much of his homeland and the neighboring nation of Mozambique, he would journey by foot wherever possible. He would see more from the road, go to more places, meet more people and possibly find the difference that lies between imagination and reality.
He trekked several thousand miles during his two-year journey. He paddled the piroque on great rivers, crossed deserts by camel caravan, journeyed over mountain ranges and through the Great Rift Valley. The sights, sounds, smells and tastes of Africa are indelible in his stories — they are rich with vivid details.
Night after night, in the wild, he lay down on his African earth to sleep beneath a canopy of stars. He hunted and fished for food; made friends on the road with strangers who welcomed him as a traveler. They ate together, they asked him about the things he had seen, where he had been, where next, why and enjoyed his story telling.
From his African soil he traveled into the Middle East, across Europe finally to London, England where he joined colleagues on the London Stock Exchange. This exciting work would take him to Europe, India, the Far East and Australia.
And yes, he still travels.