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New Zealand HeraldKiwi lads battle giardia and thousands of kilometres of road to raise money for cancer charity

Kiwi lads battle giardia and thousands of kilometres of road to raise money for cancer charity

From suffering the pains of having giardia for two weeks to experiencing the glory of the Himalaya Ranges in person, four Kiwi men have seen it all.The group is travelling from Bali to London by bicycle, raising tens of thousands...

Reported by New Zealand Herald • Wednesday, June 13, 2018

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