Even after 100 years, the term “No Man’s Land” is still intimately associated with the tract of mangled earth between the front lines of the opposing armies during the Great War of 1914-1918.
No-man’s lands are commonly associated with destruction, danger, walls and barbed wire. Can they also be sites of reconciliation and peace-building?
For contemporary geography, the idea of an expedition seems a remnant from a bygone era. Heroic portrayals of explorers overcoming physical hardships and extreme conditions in search of fame and fortune are now the subject of adventure films rather than scholarship.
Back in May, Noam and Alasdair were lucky enough to visit the Land Rover Experience Centre at Eastnor Castle in Herefordshire, where we were introduced to our expedition vehicle, the Land Rover Discovery Sport.
Today we were filming content as part of our partnership with the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG). Keep your eyes peeled for more information coming soon!
We have just commissioned a new website to be built. We hope that this can become the home for all of our content that is produced throughout the expedition.