Namibia: Survival of the fittest

The Royal Geographical Society in Hong Kong have a talk this evening entitled Namibia: Survival of the Fittest. This is about a 7 day foot race over some of the most harsh but beautiful terrain on earth. Three of the participants were Joanna Eades, Michael Wellstead, and ex-SCDC member Keith Futcher. Keith was one of the people who helped to teach me to dive in the early 90′s. And I needed a lot of help!

Anyway the talk is tonight (Monday, 20 July 2009), at the Pacific Place Conference Centre, 5/F One Pacific Place, Admiralty. There is a Drinks Reception at 6.30 pm, followed by the Lecture at 7.30 pm

More information from the Royal Geographical Society (HK)’s Website.

About Neil Hambleton

I am a British Sub-Aqua Club (BSAC) Advanced Diver and an Open Water Instructor. I have been diving since 1992, after joining South China Diving Club (SCDC), which is a Hong Kong-based branch of the BSAC. Having moved to New Zealand, I am now a member of BSAC New Zealand.
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