• Mongolia Charity Rally 2012

    1 van/ 3 girls/ 10 000 miles/ desert/ mountains/ regions/ religions/ from London to Ulaan Baatar/ Cooking Charity Chicks are preparing for the roadtrip of our lives!
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Follow us in English!

During our travel we have quite a lot of work to do; blogging, private work and newsletters to write. We have understood that we do not have the capacity of following up this page in a good way and have decided to let our main channel in English go trough Elin’s private blog. She has … Continue reading

Remember duct tape!

No matter how prepared one seems to be, the thing you needs is just not what you have a back up off. During a drive over 1/3 of the globe, at one moment (or 20) you will be unprepared, there is no chance you won’t! So what you must define is, how prepared are you … Continue reading

We are the proud owners of an ambulance!

Some time back we made a decision in our project: we want to get an ambulance to drive to Mongolia! Why? Because Go Help has an already existing ambulance project in Mongolia: they “lease out” the ambulances for free, and the institution who uses it pays for the operating expenses. However, Go Help cater the … Continue reading

Visas gets sponsored!

Working on our route, timeline and dates this week we also got the most positive email: PRIVJET will sponsor us! We are enormously grateful for then organizing our visas. Having the need for 8 visas requires a lot of work and a lot of patience. We will get back to the route and the dates … Continue reading

The hour of sun in late January.

Northern Norway – extraordinary exotic

It does not have to be warm and sunny to be exotic, it must be extraordinary. Northern Norway is exotic. Norway is a beautiful country. I think we Norwegians tend to forget it. We do not actually know, or we won’t discover it before we have travelled enough to look back at ourselves and appreciate … Continue reading

We met Øystein and Rune from Team Bachstad – Rally Mongolia 2011!

Monday this week we met Øystein and Rune, two funny guys who drove Rally Mongolia the summer of 2011. With great enthusiasm they told us about their experiences and we discussed happily as we asked question after question after question:) One sentence would overlap another. We loved talking to someone who actually has detailed answers to a lot of our questions. It was fantastic! We think the guys enjoyed talking with such enthusiastic girls … Continue reading

We have a new sponsor: Køltzow support our charity dinners and donate money for the project!

We have always had a good relation with our supplier Køltzow. Continuing this relation, they have now decided to be a part of our project, here in Oslo and all the way to Ulaan Baator! They donate money directly to the purchase of the car which we will donate in Mongolia in late August. We are very happy that they choose to support volunteer work and that we can do this together. They will also, despite of a somewhat unusual project … Continue reading

Norwegian TV show with Eyvind Hellstrøm

We can finally shout out that our own Nina is part of the prestigious TV show “Hellstrøm’s master chef” in Norway! (Hellstrøms mesterkokk) We are very proud to have our tough girl in this program. Nina is a woman with meanings and missions in life. The joy of cooking has its share, but luckily Nina has … Continue reading

Four-course dinner with Cooking Charity Chicks at Statholderens Mat og Vinstue.

We are ready for the first charity dinner by the Cooking Charity Chicks! If you are in Oslo and would like to enjoy a great four course dinner in a wonderful ambience, then you should join us! In addition to enjoy delicious food in great company by our family, friends and sponsors you can also … Continue reading

A new sponsor on the team!

BAMA is the largest supplier of fresh and ready-to-eat fruit and vegetables in Norway, and we are proud to have they on our team of sponsors! You can vitist their webpage HERE  (only in Norwegian) and you will also find them on Facebook. BAMA will support us with fruits and vegetables for the charity dinners … Continue reading