Six continents. Thirty countries. Two laptops. Come along on a trip around the world.
Over the next eight months, the Boston-based Longjaunt team will be traveling the world, and they're packing you in their bags for the ride. We invite you to share your photos along the way and tell your story.
Blog Taking flight
A rare day time flight gave the group a aerial view of the Nile River, the Sahara, and the Swiss Alps.
Blog Say goodbye to Kenya
With a couple more sights to see, Benard Langat takes our travelers around Nairobi and invites them to his home in the suburbs.
Blog Catch a Nairobi-bound bus
Barely able to count it a visit, the group leaves Tanzania after a mere day in the country and heads back to Nairobi.
Blog Mt. Kilimanjaro is revealed
A bumpy bus ride-safari brought Long Jaunt to Moshi, Tanzania and a chance to see a glimpse of Mt. Kilimanjaro.
Blog Stuck in Tsavo East
Deep in lion territory, the Long Jaunt crew makes one last effort to see some African wildlife -- but gets stuck in the mud.
Blog The red elephants
Get ready to go on safari at Tsavo East National Park and see lions, cheetah, giraffe and notably, the red elephant.
Blog Walking the streets of Mombasa
Stroll the streets of Mombasa, Kenya's second largest city, located on the coast of the Indian Ocean.
Blog Mombasa's beaches
Take the train from Nairobi to Mombasa with Long Jaunt and hit the beach with the natives.
Blog Mombasa bound
The crew spends a final day in Nairobi, exploring the lush arboretum and the nearby university before heading to Mombasa.
Blog Go on an urban safari
Long Jaunt suits up for another safari, this time on the outskirts of Nairobi, where zebras, giraffes, and monkeys aplenty await.
Blog Touching down in Kenya
Long Jaunt embarks on its African journey and touches down in Nairobi, Kenya with the help of a long distance runner, Benard Langat.