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Epic journey to Africa – the most adventourous trip of my life

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Epic journey to Africa – the most adventourous trip of my life
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Hi, my name is Lilly and I like spending time in nature to practice my survival and bushcraft skills. This is a holistic survival channel which means that besides wilderness survival I also do modern survival videos. Sometimes I use modern tools which people might have at hand in a real survival situation. Also all of my videos are pre-recorded, which mean that they do not get released immediately after I film then. That is why seasons in the video can differ from actual seasons. Thanks for watching ~ Survival Lilly

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11 thoughts on “Epic journey to Africa – the most adventourous trip of my life

  1. If you want to help Julian’s family you can donate here: they need money for basic needs like milk powder, rice, clothing, medical kits and so on. Every dollar counts! Even 1 dollar helps them out. Also if you want to book a Gabon tour with Julian you can do it here:

    1. +Aleksander Sever
      What on earth moved you to publicly announce that? Just had to be entirely sure everyone knows you’re a nationalist idiot?

  2. That is great. I’ve never been to Gabon; only Burkina Faso and Mali. Now I want to see Gabon. Looks like you got seasick. I don’t know if this will help you but it works for me: I try to keep my eyes on the horizon as much as possible when I’m in the boat. Safe travels.

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