Cereal traveller's search for the perfect bowl of cornflakes
He's had 4,000 bowls in 60 countries but he still hasn't found the perfect cornflake
We're always telling you to travel the world and pursue your dreams no matter how strange and farfetched they are; well this one's come straight from the top shelf.
Mick Hobday has been travelling for the last 11 years in search of the perfect bowl of cornflakes.
He first came up with the idea in Mexico in 2002, and since then he's been to 60 countries and has spent £36,000 on his quest.
But after 4,000 bowlfuls he's yet to find la crème de la crunch, and his search continues with a trip to India later this year.
Mick said: "I want to visit every country in the world and make my journey unique.
"It has not been too difficult finding cornflakes in shops around the world as they are a basic cereal. However, the quality has varied, and I am still on the hunt for my perfect flake."
The Eiffel Tower in Paris, Times Square in New York and the pyramids in Egypt feature among his spectacular backdrops.
His favourite time was on the Giza plateau in Egypt and his worst experience was ruining his flakes with 'awful' camels' milk in Mauritania.
In fact, he has gorged himself on the cereal so much while travelling he prefers branflakes when at home in Fareham, Hampshire.
How will be know when he's found his flawless flake? "It will be dark, crunchy, organic and locally grown." he said.
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