The Put Foot Rally bills itself as the "the greatest social rally on the face of the earth”, promising 7 countries, 7 checkpoints, 7 parties and 7000 km in 17 days. Quite a challenge, you think? You choose your wheels (which can range from a Toyota Corolla to a classic Range Rover), name your team and make your way through the checkpoints, which include the Fish River Canyon, Victoria Falls, Etosha, Caprivi Strip, Kariba Dam and Vilankulos. Teams of The Put Foot Rally automatically support charities of their choice annual favorites are Project Rhino and the Bobs for Good Foundation Following the inaugural 2012 event, minor changes have been effected to make it that much more brilliant, as if it needed to be!
After completing his first assignment which he started in Washington DC on November 24th, 2011, Liam has begun the next chapter of his worldwide peregrinations - his trek accross North America. (Just a little background though: You will recall that What's Up Cape Town and What's Up Jozi supported this (then) 19-year-old Cape Town student in his efforts to beat 4000 others Countrywide to win the experience of a lifetime in a national 2012 World Explorer competition run by STA Travel South Africa (www.statravel.co.za). We did it here). This is the first for South Africa, with all the previous World Explorers chosen from other Countries around the world. His successful entry was based on four competition steps: a motivational