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Funny story: Sir Ranulph Feinnes becomes first man to reach Dorking by dogsled in winter

Sir Ranulph Feinnes becomes first man to reach Dorking by dogsled in winter

It was perhaps one of the greatest voyages imaginable which remained as yet unconquered - travelling by dogsled from London to Dorking in the very brief British winter. It was a dream of many men and had claimed more lives than can be counted. But this week Britain's greatest living explorer Sir Ranulph Feinnes finally achieved it on his twenty-fifth attempt. Upon realising that this weekend th...
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Funny story: Tales from the journal of seminal explorer Dr David Livingstone

Tales from the journal of seminal explorer Dr David Livingstone

Feb 23 1853 After a great journey through the jungle, we finally laid eyes on the most splendid water-fall I have ever seen. It stands over 100 yards high, and I have named it after our glorious Queen. We took a brisk lunch of crumpet and tinned marmalade, after which I ascended the great watery cliff face. How joyous it was to observe the view from such a height, and to feel the breeze from so...
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New York now belongs to the Polar Circle!

The deep freeze hitting northeast US has forced Google Maps to enter the area into the Polar circle. Eskimos and Polar Bears were seen playing in the snow after deserting their global-warmed homeland!
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