Former Large Minority adventure challengers, travel bloggers and just about anyone intrigued by the prospect of awesome experiences converged on London last week.
The Road Trip Bar in Shoreditch was the scene of this epic reunion on Friday (April 15th), with some challengers even making it all the way from Denmark to join in the fun. Reggae artist Horseman was on hand to perform two sets to the crowd in the basement bar and boy did everyone get in the spirit of the evening.
As well as lots of reminiscing about the incredible memories challengers have from previous trips, Large Minority also launched its newest adventure. This is the Philippines Challenge, which will let teams take to the high seas in this awe-inspiring archipelago.
Julian Carnall, co-founder of Large Minority, talked a little bit about the latest addition to the fab range of challenges on offer and introduced a video about the new experience.
It’s safe to say that many of those who have completed the Lanka Challenge or Cambo Challenge in the past were intrigued by the idea of tackling such a sailing trip. Even those who have never been on a Large Minority challenge before could see how exciting sailing around the Philippines on an action-packed adventure would be.
Among those at the reunion were Mark and Emma, who completed the Lanka Challenge for their honeymoon and were winners of the Cambo Challenge in 2015. They said they’d be keen to take part in the Philippines Sailing Challenge at some point in the future. Once you get the Large Minority bug it seems, it’s hard to resist taking part in more challenges.
The free drinks were flowing, but more excitingly, each person was given a raffle ticket when they arrived. This gave them the chance to win a trip to the Amazon with Large Minority – another challenge to be launched soon. It was Nichola Richards who won the prize and will be able to take up her spot on the Amazon Challenge in 2017.
For more information on the adventure challenges run by Large Minority and to become part of the great bunch of people who have been involved, click here.