Jason Lewis is an award-winning adventurer, author, and voice for global sustainability. He is accredited with being the first person to circumnavigate the Earth without using motors or sails: walking, cycling, and inline skating five continents, and kayaking, swimming, rowing, and pedalling a boat across the rivers, seas, and oceans. Taking thirteen years to complete, the 46,505-mile journey was hailed "the last great first for circumnavigation" by the London Sunday Times.
A frequent contributor to magazines (Men's Fitness, Sports Illustrated, Geographical) and travel books (Chicken Soup for the Traveler's Soul, HCI, 2002; Flightless, Incredible Journeys Without Leaving the Ground, Lonely Planet, 2008; The Modern Explorers, Thames & Hudson, 2013), Jason has set three additional records: the first crossing of the Atlantic Ocean from mainland Europe to North America by human power; first crossing of North America on inline skates; and first crossing of the Pacific Ocean by pedal power. He is a Fellow of London University, the Royal Geographical Society, and The Explorers Club, and has appeared on numerous television and talk shows, including The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (NBC), Good Morning America (ABC), and CBS This Morning.
HOPE ORPHANAGE, East Timor
RUMAH SOLEHAH, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
FATHER JOE's MERCY CENTRE, Bangkok Thailand
SAHAJ SANKALP, Mumbai, India...
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