Sea salt & Chocolate

Pecha Kucha: Sea Salt and Chocolate – Sarah Outen. www.sarahouten.co.uk from alastair Humphreys on Vimeo.

On February 2nd I took part in a very cool Pecha Kucha ‘Night of Adventure’.  A Pecha Kucha evening is a series of talks, where each speaker gives a slideshow with 20 slides, each scrolling through automatically after 20 seconds.

It was organised by friend and fellow adventurer Al Humphreys, raising money for a great charity Hope and Hopes for Children

If you like the little 6 minute piece of the ocean, then please wing me an email and book me in for a talk 🙂 hello@sarahouten.co.uk

Saltiest,

Sarah

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8 Responses to Sea salt & Chocolate

  1. Pam Stocker says:

    Hi there, Outey-toot,
    Good you’re breaking radio silence. Perhaps we should break coffee abstention too! New plans sound great – and I like the way you’re writing about them – but then – I would!

    XPam

  2. Dear Sarah, another comment from another Pam (and Harry!) I loved listening to your commentary that went with the video, not sure I got all the slides, but I followed your progress every day whilst you were rowing, so I had a pretty good idea of what I should have been looking at!! London to London via the world sound intriguing – has your bum recovered enough for you to row again, have your feet recovered enough for you to run/walk/sight see around the globe, I’m all ears. Give our love to your mum, and good luck with your next adventure!!

  3. Jane Spence says:

    Hi Sarah,

    The Pecha Kucha night sounds wonderful,with so many like minds crammed into one place. Infinite riches in a little room. Anyway, much enjoyed listening to your Vimeo…
    A lot of us will follow you putting a girdle round the Earth – Sariel on a cycle. Swoosh! Hope you are going to keep us in the global loop with a sat-hat for tracking, and a sat-pen for blogging. We don’t want to miss a beat after all the fun of the last wheeze. Especially the April fool about taking the engine – that was a definite crowd teaser, then a pleaser once we all got the joke….

    Keep us posted on the circumnav planning, you are probably documenting it all anyway so scribble it in cyber…..

    here’s to London to London (via The World)

  4. belinda dade says:

    Hi Sarah

    Good talk! When do you hope to set off on the next trip?

    Love to Helen.

    Belinda x

  5. Sarah says:

    Apologies for the random timing of the slides – something seems to have gone wrong there.

    You get the jist though…lots of sea salt, lots of chocolate!

    Sarah

  6. Christine & Kathleen says:

    Great talk, wish I had been there to listen but this was the next best thing. Looking forward to following your journey again in due course.

    How many bars of chocolate will you need for your next trip.

    All good wishes

    Love to your Mum as well

    C & K

  7. Sorry Sarah that the timing of your slides went weird. You can blame my computer for that – it was exhausted by the time of your great talk. Sorry!
    You didn’t mention that you got a World Record!

  8. TERRY BRADLEY says:

    Hi SARAH
    You keep us amazed with your stories of your adventure
    it sounds so wonderful ,even with its up & downs
    You are so enthusiastic , it make it so pleasent.
    Cant wait for the next venture to follow you
    Thanks for the video it was great
    Cherrio for now ,waiting for our next chapter in this fantastic
    Journey
    Take care & keep in good health
    TERRY B West Aussie !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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