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But you can be sure my wife will be giving him a severe ticking off.' Mr Allen's agent Jo Sarsby said: 'At 5pm local time Keith Copley, the coordinating director for New Tribe Mission in Papua New Guinea confirmed in writing that Benedict Allen was safe, well and healthy.'He is presently located at a remote airstrip 20 miles northwest of Porgera, Enga Province.'Confirmation on exact location coordinates are now being confirmed in order to arrange evacuation as soon as possible.' Speaking to The Sun, Mr Copley said it will take 'at least a couple of days' for Mr Allen to get to a point where he can be rescued.'The problem we have is that communication is really bad so I can't physically speak to him, so the locals he is with are trekking two hours to make calls to me.But when you are a mother, it seems you are no longer a person in your own right.What’s true for women scaling mountains is true also of those who have the (equally treacherous) corporate summits in their sights.
I asked the adventurer – who fathered a daughter later in life with his second wife – if becoming a dad made him less gung-ho.
The stupid man went in search of a lost tribe (no irony there) without any GPS equipment or a phone. A friend told a newspaper: ‘For people like Ben it’s about finding out more about yourself.’Oh, for pity’s sake!
He probably didn’t take a phone as he didn’t want to be given a shopping list while kicking his heels at the airport.
Missing British explorer Benedict Allen may have gotten lost in the Papua New Guinean jungle because he was forced to flee 'an outbreak of tribal infighting', a close friend said today.
The 57-year-old was been found 'alive and well' near an airstrip 20 miles northwest of Porgera, Enga Province, four days after he was reported missing.That we are we are doing it because we have no family, no real home.