Many cultures have called Jordan home, but is the country ready for a busload of awe-struck Albertans
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In the 1850s, a wave of English adventure tourists followed the lead of their upper class and crossed the Mediterranean — drawn by reports of lost civilizations, strange peoples and even stranger customs in North Africa and the Middle East.
In this oddball motor challenge, the goal is not to be the first to cross the finish line but to survive the 16,000 km between London and Ulaanbaatar. Team Saskatchewan, comprised of 37-year-old insurance broker Jason Minvielle and 36-year-old waste-management sales manager Michael Vaughan, are on track to do just that in a 1993 Geo Metro “Hosermobile.”
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