Everyone loves to travel and the British are no exception. But why not travel by taxi? And especially if it is a real London cab. So, apparently three friends from England went round the world trip, along the way to raise money for the British Red Cross. For 13 months the three Englishmen traveled more than 32 000 miles on the London cab named Hannah.

The classic London taxis sporting color – half yellow and half black, is an unusual sight in Times Square in New York. (Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal)

In the front seat sat the British 25-year-old Paul Archer and 24-year-old Lee Purnell. The two of them with his university friend, 28-year-old Jono Allison, traveled over 32,000 miles around the world by 2.7 liter diesel LTI FX4TK 1992 release, which they named Hannah. (Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal)

The British were fearless in front of congestion of cars, taxis, handcarts in Times Square. “We have seen even worse” – said Mr.. Archer of Gloucester. (Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal)

Like most taxi drivers, they chose a panoramic ride. They want to set a new world record for the longest trip in a taxi, in parallel to raise money for the British Red Cross, mostly through corporate sponsorship. (Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal)

Earlier that month, they visited Hollywood, California. (Johno Ellison)

In February, they stopped for a photo in front of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. (Johno Ellison)

In July 2011, children from the city of Agra in India join the team on a photo in front of the Taj Mahal. (Johno Ellison)

A few months later, in October 2011, they were in Angkor in Cambodia. (Johno Ellison)

In February 2011 Hannah and Her drivers were near the Eiffel Tower in Paris. (Johno Ellison)

Travelers from France, moved to Italy, photographed passing taxi in front of the incident Leaning Tower of Pisa. (Johno Ellison)

In the same month later Hannah visited Moscow near the Kremlin. (Johno Ellison)

In April 2011 during the passage through the mountains of Kosovo, the team fell into a snow storm. (Johno Ellison)

In the same month on the military road in Georgia travel slowed down sheep. (Johno Ellison)

In May, the team stopped to take pictures at the Iraqi border in the northern region of Kurdistan. (Johno Ellison)

Hannah went to the store in the car market of the city of Erbil in Iraq. May 2011. (Johno Ellison)

The team stops for a photo on the border of Pakistan. (Johno Ellison)

In June 2011 the team was in the desert of Iran. By the end of the trip, Mr. Archer and his team traveled nearly 50,000 miles and 39 countries, 4 continents and 10 different time zones, and also crossed 40 international borders. (Johno Ellison)