SOS Island | Choose Hughes!

SOS Island | Choose Hughes!

Tuesday 26th November 2013

So this is it. Crunch time.

This week I should find out if…

a) AJ Hackett will be building a bungee jump in Liverpool next year.

b) Guinness World Records are happy to verify my little jaunt to every country in the world without flying (you know, the one that took me four years).

c) I win SOS Island.

EVERYTHING is up in the air here. I have no idea what Guinness are going to say, and even though I’m ahead on votes at this moment in time on the SOS website, it’s a percentage game and challenge wins must be taken into account. Nothing, nothing NOTHING is set in stone.

So this Saturday night I could be celebrating.

Or commiserating.

I’m not feeling helpless, though… I’m voting every day at sos-island.com/voting and I’m encouraging everybody I know and love to do the same. I’m currently getting around 1,500 votes a day, which is amazing – I just hope it’s enough.

So, to you. We have three days left. Voting closes at midnight GMT on Thursday.

You can vote once a day from every email address you own and you can play the mini-game for extra votes (hint: ignore the birds, just go for the animals and the snakes with knots in them, go for headshots and don’t miss… build up your combo and you can get 90,000 fairly easily, which will multiply your vote by 5. Please note that playing the game again and again does not result in extra votes!!!) 

This last month has been a crazy roller-coaster… and don’t worry, I’ve been playing the game like crazy too!!

Not long to go now……

We will speak again at the end of the week. Whatever happens, I’ll be in the pub 🙂

Graham Hughes

Graham Hughes is a British adventurer, presenter, filmmaker and author. He is the only person to have travelled to every country in the world without flying. From 2014 to 2017 he lived off-grid on a private island that he won in a game show, before returning to the UK to campaign for a better future for the generations to come.

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