A few years back Andrew and Richard James, brothers from Sydney (although Andrew is now a Bass Strait beef farmer), travelled from Capetown to Casablanca, traversing the entire west coast of Africa. They turned that epic trip into the equally epic film, Thirty Thousand.
"To realise one's destiny is a person's only obligation." - Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist.
In 2010 Andrew James, his bro Richard, and friend, Tristan Fitzherbert-Smith, drove 30,000 kilometres from Casablanca to Capetown surfing all the way. They discovered an array of incredible waves and met amazing people, the result being the extraordinary surf travel film, Thirty Thousand.