Beau van Erven Dorens wants to live no more car for tv
Beau van Erven Dorens likes to stretch his limits, but without any experience of sailing the North sea to cross or climb the Mount Everest is the presenter, not more planning. “I’m never in my life car,” says Van Erven Dorens in Linda’s Zomerweek.
“I have learned a lot over the past year, so I am going to never do it again.” For his program Beaufort survived the presenter in the jungle, he got feet below the ground through narrow hallways and crevices, and he went on foot through the desert.
Also, he climbed the Aconcagua in Argentina, the highest mountain outside of Asia, and he tried from the Netherlands to Great Britain to sail.
“That boat was the worst of them”, commented Van Erven Dorens in conversation with Linda back on his waaghalsacties. “But it started with that mountain.” Before coming to Argentina was leaving for the climb he had to “very hard cry” when he said goodbye to his family.
“In the past, the children liked the fun that I came home with gifts. Now they find such a mountain and they see that the nickname ‘killer mountain’. At the end I thought: what am I for dick, that I now have two, three weeks leave and that I which children in uncertainty it leaves behind.”
Van Erven Dorens climbed the Aconcagua after his wife Selly him forbade the Mount Everest. Although the presenter is not planning his life on the game, it continues to tickle the world’s highest mountain to climb. “I don’t know if I’m that mountain on the go, but that sort of thing, I would still would like to do.”
The last half of the presenter, after his risky trip to Britain, and peaceably held. “That was a very tough call,” says Van Erven Dorens on the reaction of his wife upon returning home. “That was in march, the past six months I obediently remained at home.”
Still want the presenter on the lookout for challenges. “I still have very nice plans in that area. That pushing those limits for myself, completely broken and the than accomplish, that I find something very nice. I hope that I always will have.”