Having just returned from one amazing adventure, I have never felt more privileged to be living on such a wonderful planet. Memories of my American experience will remain with me forever, and just in case you want to visit some of my favourite days, below on the right hand side is a list of my 'best bits'. This year sees another very busy year for me as I start a motivational speaking programme around the country, film for a brand new series, and work on writing my first book. In September, I leave Norfolk to study Physical Geography at the Royal Holloway, University of London. I'm really looking forward to it all, and you can follow my every move on this site. Since it's launch, Geography with Dan has received over 50,000 views. Please do come back and see what I'm getting up to.
Friday, 23 December 2011
Freezing temperatures are not the only things I will have to "bear"
With the best nose in the world and one of the "biggest predators since the dinousaurs", the programme describes the bears in a way that does nothing to soothe the uneasy traveller, but at least it highlights the fact that just like the permafrost, the future of the bears is unstable aswell.
Watch the programme here