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Antonia Bolingbroke Kent talk at Kendal Mountain Festival 2020

Hear from award-winning travel writer Antonia Bolingbroke-Kent, recently returned from Nagaland, who joins the Kendal Mountain Festival in Harrogate on Friday 7th February to share tales from her particular love for embarking on difficult journeys through remote regions. 

Antonia was the recipient of the Royal Geographical Society's 2019 Neville Shulman Challenge Award and will be speaking about her latest journey, a two month expedition through the Naga tribal territories of the Indo-Myanmar border.

Travelling by foot, motorbike, boat and local transport, she met former head-hunters, shamans, Baptist preachers, opium farmers, hunters and Naga insurgents engaged in the ongoing struggle for independence from India and Myanmar. 

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