Overall we imagine we’ll be pretty hard to reach in most places.
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Why will be tough to get a hold of?
1. There is no point trying to mail us – we don’t have an address – and no – we don’t know where we will be staying anywhere in any country so you can’t be clever and send things ahead.
2. We can’t afford/don’t have satellite phones either so there isn’t any point trying to call.
3. We have only enough credit on our phones for emergencies so if you send us a pointless text, we receive it 3 countries and 4 days later and we have to pay to open it – we won’t be happy – this will impact our emergency call funds which we will need in the event of any potential desertion, yellow fever outbreak or Hippopotamus attack.
4. We don’t know when or where we will find internet. When we do find it who knows how reliable it will be.
If you really need us emailing us will be the best/basically only way to tell us anything apart from our blog but if we can only open 3 emails an hour, don’t get your hopes up with a speedy reply.
Yep – we called our website Amateurs in Africa for a reason.