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36 stone

For the love of a friend, 31 years old Jamie Brooks with a weight of about 36 stone was able to cut his weight to 14st 4Ibs.

Like everyone of us who have a chubby friend, Jamie, a Chef from Summerset was able to turn his life around to keep his friendship which he greatly appreciate.

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Jamie decide to start cutting down on his weight after his friend Neil send him some message to let him know the seriousness of how big he looks.

For six weeks Neil keep sending Jamie message like “you fat f***” and “You’ll be dead by the time you’re 40.” He was not sending these messages to mock his friend but to motivate him so that he Jamie can see the seriousness of his condition.

In no time Jamie was able to act and loose a lot of weight.

It took the full six weeks to motivate me to do something but I’m so glad I did. Neil has saved my life, I can’t thank him enough.
— Jamie Brooks

Wow since cutting down his weight, Jamie have fall in love and begin a romantic relationship.

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Lake Malawi, Malawi

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Lake Malawi, Malawi

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Lake Malawi, one of the largest lakes in the world, was dubbed “Lake of Stars” by Dr. David Livingstone, who trekked here a century and a half ago.

The lake has more tropical fish than any lake in the world — 1,300 species — and the freshwater diving is great.

The bio-diversity has been recognised by UNESCO, which has made Lake Malawi National Park, the world’s first freshwater park, a World Heritage Site.

More info at www.malawitourism.com

 

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Nyiragongo Volcano, Virunga National Park, Eastern Congo

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Nyiragongo Volcano, Virunga National Park, Eastern Congo

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A whopping two kilometers wide and usually containing a lava lake, Nyiragongo Volcano is one of Africa’s most active volcanoes, with an eruption in 2002 displacing half a million people.

More info at www.volcanolive.com

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Bazaruto Archipelago, Mozambique

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Bazaruto Archipelago, Mozambique

Mozambique

The 10-minute helicopter ride across the Bazaruto Archipelago to the Azura Retreats lodge on Benguerra Island is worth it in its own right. The destination is the icing on the cake.

This award-winning boutique hotel set on a remote desert island is set within a Marine National Park, giving the chance to see whales, dolphins and dugong.

More info at www.azura-retreats.com

 

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The Southern Cross, Zambia

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The Southern Cross, Zambia

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This iconic formation in the night sky is best seen from the Southern Hemisphere, and few spots offer better vantage points than on an open-air safari in Luangwa, Zambia.

The constellation has appeared in various cultures in various ways, not least with a reference in the Australian national anthem.

More info at www.normancarrsafaris.com

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Wonders of the Nile, Egypt

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Wonders of the Nile, Egypt

Wonders of the Nile Eygpt

A cruise down the Egyptian Nile, ideally on a romantic felucca rather than a crowded tourist boat, reveals relics of one of the world’s most ancient civilisations.

The highpoint is the Valley of the Kings, with its monumental statues, and the magnificent Kom Ombo Temple, north of Aswan on the east bank.

More info at www.gotoegypt.org

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Mount Mulanje, Malawi

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Mount Mulanje, Malawi

Mount Mulanje, Malawi

At around 3,000 meters, the Mulanje Massif is the highest mountain in central Africa. It’s split in two by the Fort Lister Gap, a broad pass eroded by the Phalombe and Sombani rivers.

The mountain is distinguished by giant basins of rock and narrow gullies cut by fast-flowing streams. A strenuous trek leads to magnificent viewpoints.

En route, expect to encounter monkeys, hares, voles and a carpet of enchanting wildflowers after the rain. Large numbers of butterflies are another feature.

More info at www.summitpost.org

 

 

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