My friend Rhys and I will be making an epic cross country journey from India to Portugal with the intention to touch and help as many beings along the way as we possibly can.
We aim to share food and water to as many people as possible in every country along the way, cooking simple, nutritious food. Sharing purified water and our own homemade kombucha - a powerful medicinal life elixir.
We will be travelling with a puppy we rescued from the streets in Kathmandu and a focus of ours will be to help as many dogs as we can, with food and simple medicines to treat things like mange and wounds.
We would also like to share any other essentials we can including blankets, clothing and stationary/ school equipment.
Simply sharing joyful experiences with humans young and old to make them smile and feel love. Playing the digeridoo and singing bowl, doing arts and crafts and more ...
Starting a journey in a slum in Delhi, to give some love back to India - as it has given us so much.
Then crossing the border at Amritsar into Pakistan, through Iran, Turkey, Greece and then through the south of Europe to Portugal to join a community based hemp and organic food farm.
Your donations will go towards covering the following essentials: A vehicle, cooking equipment and utensils, recyclable food containers, food/ water, medicine, a tent, a sat nav, visas and fuel.
We have connections in most of the different countries along the way who will give us places to stay and ensure safe passage, sponsor us for visas where necessary. We are also currently in contact with the different embassies and consulates to confirm the safest routes we can take.
Please contact us if you have anything you can offer to support this journey, we would love to hear from other travellers who have passed through these countries.
We will document the journey along the way and share on a blog/ social media. We have already started to share what we can here in India, giving out food, chai, clothing and medicine to dogs, please help us to help more.
Thank you for reading!