Southpole is a journey by tractor.
A journey through Europe, through the Balkans, and through Africa. And from South-Africa, the Cape of Good Hope, by boat to the South pole. And on the South pole, by tractor to the Pole itself.
Southpole, besides a journey and expedition, is also a document. Above all, Southpole wants to give attention to special projects of NGO’s. (Non Governmental Organisations like The Hunger Project or War Child, but also small local projects..)
Initiatives which deserve attention because they show faith, courage, endurance and love.
Southpole needs media, so she can be followed, so she won’t travel alone. Southpole wants to inspire, wishes to involve.
‘Because it’s more inspiring to follow a dream to it’s realisation, than to report on a set record.’
This will also give me a chance to create a platform for the inspiring people and projects I meet or visit on my way…
Above all, Southpole hopes to generate a lot of positive energy. Bring hope to a world that is more and more being run by fear.
“As a child I’ll get on a tractor and drive all the way to the South Pole.
As an adult I’ll make sure I come home safe.”