7 Apr 2014

Doctors, paramedics and nurses from The Royal London Hospital are racing 3,500km across India in rickshaw for our charity. The event, taking place 3rd - 16th April sees them venturing between the two ends of India across the desert, jungle and urban sprawl, using possibly the most unsuitable motorised vehicle for the job at hand - a 140cc Rickshaw with a top speed of 55kmph (when going downhill). 

Follow the team "Thank Godness for Cipro" online for insights from their pan-Indian fundraising adventure. The latest updates include an observation about the Indian street goats and a report on their crash with a cow (everyone is well). Must read!

Check out their blog or trace the team's progress on the adventurist website.

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